Phuong was born in Vietnam in 1992. Drawing and painting were crucial activities in my early childhood. She studies graphic design at Hanoi college of Industrial Fine Art at the age of eighteen, this is the first step to afford me an opportunity to expose myself to the visual development industry and nurture many skills useful for my future profession. During my time at college, she took part in various events related to culture and social communication, she raises awareness of traditional culture preservation and take more responsibility of her country's history as well as helping people around her. Now she am working in various fields of graphic communication, researching and learning incessantly to broaden her knowledge and pursue her life goals.
A Quick Look at Articles of the United Nations Migrant Workers Convention that Phuong will be creating illustrations for
Working Conditions Matter!
Migrant workers & members of their families must receive the same treatment as citizens of the State as regards the working conditions (pay, hours of work, weekly rest & holiday, health, etc.). These provisions must be applied to public contracts, as well as to private contracts. States must undertake all appropriate measures in order to ensure to migrant workers these rights, regardless of any irregularity in their stay or employment. Similarly, employers’ obligations are in no way limited by irregularity in the stay or employment of migrant workers.
Diplomatic Assistance Matters!
Migrant workers & members of their families have the right to receive diplomatic assistance from the authorities of their State of origin or of a State representing it whenever the rights in the Convention are affected. This right to diplomatic assistance is particularly important in cases of expulsion & must be facilitated by the expelling State.