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"Dating violence among youth is a serious problem in Viet Nam.

Young women suffer from physical injuries and emotional stress.

You can sip a glass of wine and watch the sea from the room window, enjoy a special welcome cocktail party at sunset on the deck, or together on a deserted beach, prepare and have lunch with the famous seafood of Halong Bay.

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The year-round cool climate, the cold of the mountains and fog, and romantic landscapes of Sa Pa make people want to be close.

With a thin coat, a warm hand, you and your partner can take a stroll along the streets, go shopping, enjoy yourself in the love market on Saturday, visit French villas and Love Waterfall, which is known as the most beautiful waterfall in North Viet Nam, or the villages of ethnic minority groups to learn their unique culture. Many couples confided that, for them, the most interesting thing to do in Sapa in the evening is getting into a warm blanket.

"Dating violence is closely linked to gender stereotypes and social norms that normalize and condone controlling behaviors and violence by partners.

Often, the same norms also place the blame on the women,” says Shoko Ishikawa, Country Representative of UN Women in Viet Nam.

Night in the Ha Long Bay is wonderful, especially on the day of the full moon.

There are many cruises in the bay and they have special rooms for couples to enjoy their honeymoon.

Change, presented the findings of the survey to the CEDAW Committee—a group of independent experts who monitor the implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), which Viet Nam has ratified—during its 61st session in Geneva, Switzerland.

Their successful advocacy led to the inclusion of dating violence in the Committee’s concluding observations, asking the Government of Viet Nam to review the criminal law and penalize all forms of violence against women, including dating violence. Change survey and advocacy has been supported by UN Women’s Fund for Gender Equality, as part of a project on strengthening the voices of young women as gender equality advocates in Southeast Asia, implemented by International Women Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW-AP) in close cooperation with the Research Center for Gender, Family and Environment in Development (CGFED) in Viet Nam.

The first survey conducted by youth activists on dating violence in Viet Nam shows almost 59 per cent of young women have experienced violence.

Presented with the findings, the CEDAW Committee recommends revision of the national law to penalize all forms of violence against women, including dating violence.

Each of our activity is a single step forward towards a world where there is no violence against women, and both genders have opportunities to fulfill their potential as full and equal members of the society.

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