The workshop attracted more than 100 international delegates, representatives of ministries, sectors and units from the central and local level and representatives from a number of diplomatic missions, consulates and international organisations in Vietnam. The workshop focused on discussions, sharing experience and solutions to implement policies on human rights and various issues related to people with disabilities, as well as the practice of human rights in Vietnam, the experience of ensuring the rights of women and children and support for the disabled, women and children in certain localities. Vice Chairman of the Da Nang People’s Committee, Ho Ky Minh, said that the contents shared at the workshop will be the basis for the Party committees, authorities and mass organisations to study, apply and implement the policies related to human rights. Da Nang will continue to improve and implement policies related to human rights, as well as placing people at the centre of all policies to enhance the realisation of human rights, ensuring social equality and inclusive development, he added. The workshop also provided an opportunity for Da Nang to introduce international partners to the efforts and achievements in protecting and promoting the human rights of Vietnam in general and the city in particular, while step by step creating a forum for exchanges in the spirit of sharing and cooperation on the enforcement of human rights in accordance with the objective conditions of economic, political, social and cultural aspects in each country, he noted.