One in 10 women have experienced one or more kinds of sexual harassment in Vietnam, according to a UN report. Photo: Shutterstock One in 10 women have experienced one or more kinds of sexual harassment in Vietnam, according to a UN report. Photo: Shutterstock
One in 10 women have experienced one or more kinds of sexual harassment in Vietnam, according to a UN report. Photo: Shutterstock
Vietnam

Here’s why Vietnam needs to embrace #MeToo – right now, the fine for groping a woman is about the cost of a pizza

  • More sexual harassment cases are coming to light because of CCTV use, but sexual assault is not always considered a criminal offence in the Southeast Asian nation
  • One activist says the law is ‘impotent’ when it comes to protecting women

Topic |   Vietnam
One in 10 women have experienced one or more kinds of sexual harassment in Vietnam, according to a UN report. Photo: Shutterstock One in 10 women have experienced one or more kinds of sexual harassment in Vietnam, according to a UN report. Photo: Shutterstock
One in 10 women have experienced one or more kinds of sexual harassment in Vietnam, according to a UN report. Photo: Shutterstock
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