Three Dialogues on Youth Employability by The Vietnam Chambers of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and UNICEF, Sep 15-17

The Vietnam Chambers of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and UNICEF Viet Nam are co-hosting three Virtual Dialogues with the theme “Let’s join hands to improve employability skills of boys and girls for jobs of the future”.


The objective of three dialogues is to provide a platform not only for youth (15-24 years old) to raise their voice on the demand of improving employability skills, but also for businesses, key business stakeholders and related organisations to discuss and share international and national good practices to improve and create decent job opportunities and enhance employability skills for young people. The highlight of the three dialogues is the sharing of three key experts on opportunities and challenges on meeting the demands of jobs of the future on transferable and digital skills as well as career orientation.


The event will bring together youth, businesses, key stakeholders and partner organisations. It is also a channel for participants to expand their network.


The Centre for Child Rights and Business is pleased to be taking part in the panel discussion on “Developing business transferable skills for jobs of the future” under Dialogue #1 on Wednesday 15 September 2021 at 8:30am Vietnam local time.

Introducing the speakers:

  • Ms. Ines Kaempfer, CEO, The Centre for Child Rights and Business

  • Mr Kanwarpreet Singh , Sustainability Compliance Manager, South East Asia & Australia , IKEA 

  • Ms. Tran Lan Anh, Director, Bureau For Employers’ Activities (VCCI) 

  • Ms. La Yen Nhi, Student, Business Law Department, Economics University 

The event will be livestreamed via Zoom and Facebook. Please click here to register:

For more information about the event, please click here.

Published on 06/09/2021

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