The Party Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation on September 14 held a seminar on Japan’s human resources policy during the Meiji Restoration period and its significance and impact on Japan’s development.
|JICA President Shinichi Kitaoka (Source: internet)
The event, with the coordination from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam, was an activity in the framework of the Vietnam-Japan project on administrative reform, which has a component on human resources development.
JICA President Shinichi Kitaoka, who is on a visit to Vietnam, was the main speaker at the online talk, with the attendance of officials of the Party Committees of 63 provinces and centrally-run cities; the Party Committee of the centrally-run business bloc, the Party Committee of overseas Party organisations, and the General Political Department of the Vietnam People’s Army.
In opening the seminar, deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation Mai Van Chinh stressed the aim of the event, which was to study Japan’s experience to draw lessons for Vietnam’s human resources policy in the current stage.
Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Umeda Kunio said he hoped Vietnamese officials can obtain useful information from Japan’s experience.
Human resource training is an important part in personnel work and receives special attention from the Party and State of Vietnam.