HO CHI MINH’S THOUGHTS ON WOMEN'S EQUAL RIGHTS

Vo Van Dung

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From the viewpoint of Marxist - Leninist theory, Ho Chi Minh has associated the women liberation with the socialist revolution, considering the issue of women's liberation as both a goal and a motivation for the proletariat revolution. He believes that women not only have a role to themselves, in family life, but they also have a great role in all areas of social life. In order to bring about equal rights for women, first of all, each woman must have the will to overcome the thought of self-esteem and dependence. Secondly, women themselves need to unite, to help each other to progress, to fight against all sexual discrimination in their families and in society. Finally, the State needs plans, policies and laws to protect women's equal rights.

 

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equality, liberation, respect for men, sexual discrimination

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpss.v0i0.692

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