VWUVietnam Women's Union
VWUVictims and Witnesses Unit (International Criminal Court)
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According to VWU Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Thu Ha, more than 8,500 women had received support from women's unions at all levels to start businesses in 2017 and 2018.
Within the VNAP five-year implementation, the VWU, in cooperation with national credit funds and banks supported trafficked women with short-term loans.
ICC-01/04-01/06-2582, Judgment on the appeal of the Prosecutor against the decision of Trial Chamber I of 8 July 2010 entitled "Decision on the Prosecution's Urgent Request for Variation of the Time-Limit to Disclose the Identity of Intermediary 143 or Alternatively to Stay Proceedings Pending Further Consultations with the VWU," [paragraph][paragraph] 55-61 (Oct.
(18) Additionally, article 68(4) of the Statute specifies that the VWU may advise the Court and the Prosecutors on additional 'appropriate protective measures, security arrangements, counselling and assistance' as detailed in article 43(6).
(1) From 1998-2008, approximately 5,700 Vietnamese women and children were trafficked, 8,000 were absent from home and assumed to have been trafficked, and another 11,000 women may have been victims of the illegal bride trade (VWU, 2008a).
It held that disclosure of the identity of an intermediary would involve a case-by-case determination, and that the "threshold for disclosure is whether prima facie grounds have been identified for suspecting that the intermediary in question had been in contact with one or more witnesses whose incriminating evidence has been materially called into question." (176) Once this threshold was met, disclosure of the identity would take place after an assessment by the Victims and Witnesses Unit ("VWU").
The government's Vietnamese Women's Union (VWU), in partnership with NGOs, continued to operate three trafficking shelters in Vietnam's largest urban areas, which provided counseling and vocational training to female sex trafficking victims.
The research done by VWU shows that most of women perceive the interaction with local authorities is not a women's job (Vietnam Women Union, 2008).
Vietnamese Women's Union (VWU), in partnership with NGOs, ran eight shelters in three provinces that provided counseling and vocational training to female sex trafficking victims.
Last week the ICC prosecutor sent an urgent notification to the Judges after which they met with him on Tuesday in a closed session along with the court's Registrar Silvana Arbia along with representatives from the Victims and Witnesses Unit (VWU).
The Vietnam Women's Union (VWU), with the assistance of NGOs, continued to run four shelters which provide psycho-social counseling and vocational training for female victims of sex trafficking.