Video: Vietnamese Girl Gets Access to Decent Work and Training Through Factory Youth Programme

The Centre has been working with IKEA Purchasing & Logistics Southeast Asia since 2018 to implement a youth development programme in its supplier factories in Vietnam and Indonesia. 165 young workers in 10 factories in Vietnam were given access to decent working conditions and training as a result of this programme.

My is a 17-year-old girl who joined the youth development programme in one of participating factories in Vietnam. In the video below, she discusses how the programme has impacted her life.

To read more about IKEA Purchasing & Logistics Southeast Asia's youth development programme, click here

Published on   28/05/2021
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