Le Quang Binh

Binh is an accomplished trainer in gender equality, social inclusion, and preventing sexual harassment in the workplace, boasting a track record of delivering expansive training programs to managers and trade union leaders from a diverse range of corporations and organizations, such as LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics Vietnam Thái Nguyên, Decathlon, AES, PwC, alongside NGOs like GIZ and Oxfam.​

With over two decades of profound expertise in diversity and inclusion, serving as director and founder of Vietnamese think-tanks such as the Institute for Society, Economy, and Environment (iSEE), and social enterprises like ECUE, Binh has adeptly tackled the issues facing ethnic minorities, women, LGBTIQ+ communities, migrants, and farmers. This work has notably improved their living conditions, cultural engagement, abilities, and involvement in policy advocacy, grounded in a deep understanding of local cultures and aligned with international human rights standards.​

Binh’s consultancy services are sought after by a wide spectrum of international organizations (including UNDP, WB, ILO, GIZ, UNWOMEN, UNAIDS, the European Union, and various embassies), INGOs (such as Oxfam, CARE, and SNV), and governmental bodies (like the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Welfare [MOLISA], Vietnam Women’s Union [VWU], Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs [CEMA]). Binh offers strategic guidance on gender equality, diversity and inclusion, sustainable livelihoods, and policies on gender equality, non-discrimination, and social inclusion.​

Furthermore, Binh has authored and co-authored numerous seminal reports and publications on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), including notable works like Gender Equality at the Workplace: A Critical Analysis of Emerging Narratives and Measures (2023), Gender Norms and Employment: A Study on Contemporary Vietnamese Youth (2021), and A Snapshot on the Application of LGBT Non-discriminatory Policies in Vietnamese and Multi-national Firms (2018).​