Improving the Management of the Rule-of-Law State for Harmonious Social Development

February 28 Tuesday


February 28 - March 1 2017





Vietnamese experts of social sciences will analyse different aspects in central governance to ensure harmonious development. High on the agenda will be possible measures to improve the State's management for sustainable development and justice.

Ensuring social equality, democracy, managing social conflicts and boosting the role of social organisations and civil societies are among the main measures to ensure harmonious social development. The recommendation was made by Vietnam social scientists at the conference co-organised by the Institute of State and Law and KAS Vietnam. Vietnam has gained remarkable achievements in economic development. However, there are some emerging issues putting the sustainability of the development at risk such as a widening gap between the rich and the poor, between rural and urban areas, environmental pollution, inadequate measures to protect human and citizens' rights. These pose the risk of conflicts disrupting the balance of the society. Undoubtedly, the government has a major role in maintaining harmonious social development. Thus, this seminar addresses the questions relating to the state governance for harmonious social development.

Conference room

Presentation in the conference room

conference layout

Conference layout


Prof. Dr. Vo Khanh Vinh during his presentation


Participants taking notes

Head of KAS Vietnam Peter Girke in the discussion

Head of KAS Vietnam Peter Girke in the discussion

Contact person

Peter Girke

Head of KAS Vietnam

Peter Girke
Phone +84 24 37 18 61 94 /95 /96
Fax +84 24 37 18 61 97
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