Anh Ngoc Vu

Anh Ngoc Vu
Newcastle University | NCL · School of Geography Politics and Sociology

Doctor of Philosophy
Researching delta sustainability and just transition in the Asian mega delta contexts in South and Southeast Asia

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August 2019 - October 2020
University of Sheffield
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  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Publications (7)
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The liberal-dominated civil society theory tends to obscure the dynamics and intricacy of state-society relations in authoritarian contexts. Existing accounts on Vietnam have not cast adequate light onto the struggles of ideology and positions between the state and civil society. Drawing on the most recent data from social media in Vietnam, the art...
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Summary ● River deltas are vital to achieving the SDGs in South and South-East Asia: they contribute to a range of economic, social and environmental SDG targets ● Deltas are also vulnerable, and SDG targets track a number of these threats and challenges ● Deltas are closely interlinked systems, making the indivisibility of the SDGs important, and...
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This article articulates and analyses the tension between universalism and national ownership in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It focuses on the context of Vietnam as a one-party state, committed to the SDGs, that combines socialist commitments and capitalist aspirations. The SDGs have been critiqued from many angles, and ‘national owne...
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There is a significant lacuna in the literature on civil society activism in authoritarian contexts. This research addresses this gap by providing an innovative conceptual framework that draws upon relational approach to civil society and mainstream social movement theories. The research focuses on legitimacy, autonomy as well as formality and info...
Technical Report
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Youth are the main foundation for a country. They represent the future of society, which they shape through their attitudes and behaviours. Transparency International shows that young people know that corruption is wrong, that they are willing to report on and expose corruption, and that they aspire to live in societies that are fair, transparent a...
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There are increasing signs that the space for civil society actions is slowly opening up in Vietnam. The existing studies have linked the changes in civil society action to the changing dynamics of state–society relations in one-party-ruled Vietnam. Yet, the majority of this literature has focused on the activities of NGOs. This article fills this...

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