May 19, 2009 Nguyen Van Be, an Australian citizen and member of Viet Tan, was expelled from Vietnam on May 18, 2009. He and his
May 5, 2009 Ahead of Vietnam’s date of review of its human rights record on May 8, 2009, leaders of Viet Tan and Cosunam will
April 22, 2009 Today, on Earth Day, Viet Tan is launching the Save Tây Nguyên campaign against bauxite mining in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. The mining
March 20, 2009 In recent decades, many countries have to come to regret economic development projects that ignored consequences to the environment. Various adverse health
December 10, 2008 Three months after their arrests, at least eight Vietnamese democracy activists continue to be held without formal charges for protesting government policies
October 2, 2008 Viet Tan welcomes the introduction of the Vietnam Human Rights Act in the Senate. Led by Senator Barbara Boxer, S. 3678 is
September 10, 2008 Communist authorities in Vietnam have arrested several democracy activists in the middle of the night and placed many others under house arrest.
May 13, 2008 Today in Saigon, in a trial lasting less than six hours, Vietnamese communist authorities convicted a member and two supporters of Viet
May 6, 2008 Communist authorities in Vietnam will bring to trial American citizen Nguyen Quoc Quan, Thai resident Somsak Khunmi and Vietnamese citizen Nguyen The
Viet Tan’s Trip for Human Rights and Democracy Continues in Norwegian Foreign Department and Nobel Peace Center
The human rights talks continue when a delegation of human rights organizations met with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Section for Human Rights and
April 23, 2008 Amidst the international attention on the Olympic and Beijing’s human rights violations, Norway is having human rights dialogue with Vietnamese pro-democracy forces.
April 8, 2008 Vietnamese authorities free Nguyen Viet Trung while still detaining Nguyen Quoc Quan, Somsak Khunmi and Nguyen The Vu On April 7, communist