Promoting 21st Century Gender-Related Labor Reforms in Malaysia or Vietnam

The Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Office of Economic Policy, announces a new program whose goal is to support gender-related 21st century labor reforms in either Vietnam or Malaysia that will promote internationally recognized worker rights, broaden participation of women in those economies,


and build the capacity of workers organizations to support women in the workforce.

The program will support implementation of either the TPP U.S.-Malaysia Labor Consistency Plan or the TPP U.S.- Vietnam Plan for Enhancement of Trade and Labour Relations.
Related Programs

Office of Global Women's Issues

Department of State

Agency: Department of State

Office: Bureau of East Asian & Pacific Affairs

Estimated Funding: $396,000

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Promoting 21st Century Gender-Related Labor Reforms in Malaysia or Vietnam

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