Report on results of Vietnamese Young Voices survey (Full edition)
The survey “Vietnamese Young Voices” was conducted by the Management and Sustainable Development Institute (MSD) and Save the Children in Vietnam (SCI) based on the survey framework “Young Voices” of Save the Children Sweden combined with the needs and context of the implementation of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Law on the Child 2016 in Vietnam. The survey was conducted with the participation of 1,740 Vietnamese children aged 11 to 16 years old in 7 provinces/cities in the North, Central, and South regions. The survey includes children’s participation in rural and urban areas; groups of children in school and groups of children outside of school; children of the Kinh ethnic group and children of ethnic minorities.
The overall objective of this survey is to collect children’s opinions and thoughts on issues related to them, thereby providing a perspective on the reality of children’s rights enforcement in Vietnam through the lens of the children themselves. The report’s findings also serve to inform children’s rights enforcement agencies and serve as evidence for a supplemental report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child in 2020.