Days before International Human Rights Day, activists including Nguyen Trung Trong Nghia, the son of detained human rights defender and pastor Nguyen Trung Ton, discussed the importance of integrating human rights within bilateral relations between Australia and Vietnam.
The signatories to this letter represent many Vietnamese and international organizations advocating for freedom of expression. We respectfully request you to urge the Vietnamese authorities to stop the crackdown...
October 16, 2017 A coalition of Vietnamese and international human rights groups are coming together to Stop the Crackdown in Vietnam - Ngưng Ngay Đàn Áp. Vietnam is in the midst of an unprecedented political [...]
September 18, 2017 A kangaroo court today sentenced Vietnamese human rights defender and blogger Nguyen Van Oai to five years prison followed by four years house arrest. In a four hour trial, 36-year old Nguyen [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 14, 2017 Contact: Duy Hoang +1 202 596 7951 Washington, DC — Vietnamese security agents attacked four activists of Vietnamese origin, including a senior member of Viet Tan, in Phnom Penh, [...]
August 30, 2017 Vietnamese authorities have been continuing their crackdown on freedom of expression, detaining advocates and drafting cybersecurity laws which target online content critical of the state. This is a worrying sign for Vietnamese [...]
June 24, 2017 Viet Tan condemns the Vietnamese government’s exiling of Pham Minh Hoang. A blogger and former university lecturer, Pham Minh Hoang was stripped of his Vietnamese citizenship and placed on a plane late [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 23, 2017 Prominent blogger and former university lecturer Pham Minh Hoang was taken by authorities on Friday evening in Saigon. According to his wife, police entered his home, initially refused to [...]
Editor’s Note: Ahead of Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc’s meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, Loa reporter Trần Minh Nhật provides this view from Lâm Đồng. The past few weeks have seen a flurry of [...]