Staff

Dr. Do Quynh Chi – Founder, Director

Dr. Do Quynh Chi founded VietLabour in 2007. She got her doctorate in industrial relations from the University of Sydney, Australia. Before that, she earned her Master degree in International Relations from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Dr. Chi has almost 15 years of experience researching, consulting and training in industrial relations, labour migration, labour market, CSR, international labour standards, and labour laws. She has been working with the International Labour Organisation (ILO), Oxfam Great Britain, FairWear Foundation, the IFC, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI). She also provides frequent advice to such multinational corporations as ManpowerGroup, Caden Corporation, and Unilever.

Dr. Chi published various books, book chapters, and refereed journal articles both in Vietnam and overseas.

Tran Thanh Ha, Labour Psychology Specialist

Ms. Ha used to work for CSAGA and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). She has 13 years of experience in studying psychology of labour, particularly migrants from rural areas to industrial zones and labour migration, both domestic and cross border.

Do Ngoc Diep, Environmental Standard Specialist
Graduated as a biologist from Warwick University, United Kingdom, Ms. Diep has worked for Vietnam Green Building Council and the IFC before joining ERC team. She is in charge of research on environmental standards and occupational safety standards

Le Thi Tan, Researcher
Ms. Tan has over 10 years of experience in human resource management. She is engaged with labour studies in the southern provinces.

Huynh Thu Nga, Researcher
Ms. Nga has 15 years of experience in social auditing. Her expertise is on OSH standards in garment factories, wages and social security system.

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