January 16, 2012 After being unjustly imprisoned for 17 months, renowned blogger and mathematics lecturer Pham Minh Hoang has returned to his family in Saigon.
United Nations declares Hanoi’s use of subversion charges “arbitrary”; Urges release and compensation of seven democracy and land rights activists
November 29, 2011 In a victory for freedom of association in Vietnam, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has released an opinion finding
Update on October 14, 2011: Professor Pham Minh Hoang’s appeals trial, announced only three days before the scheduled date, has been postponed. No reason was
August 22, 2011 Beginning on August 13, hackers launched a sustained attack against www.viettan.org. A network of compromised computers, or botnet, consisting of 77,000 internet
August 17, 2011 Four imprisoned democracy and land rights activists will appear before an Appeals Court in Ben Tre province, Vietnam on August 18, 2011.
July 27, 2011 According to Vietnamese state media, Pham Minh Hoang will be brought to trial on August 10, 2011 in Saigon on charges of
July 8, 2011 Unsure how to handle the patriotic fervor sweeping the country, the Vietnamese communist regime has mobilized state media and the Foreign Ministry
Based upon: the history of Chinese expansionism against Vietnam, the recent orchestrated and repeated aggression by China in the East Sea, the incapability of the
Viet Tan challenges communist Vietnam’s arbitrary detention of seven democracy and land rights activists
June 9, 2011 In a petition filed today to the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, Viet Tan urged the UN human rights body
May 30, 2011 Viet Tan strongly condemns today’s travesty of justice in Ben Tre, Vietnam. The pre-determined sentencing of seven land rights and democracy activists
May 25, 2011 Just days before a major political trial, Vietnamese authorities continue to deny defense lawyers copies of basic documents relating to the case
May 20, 2011 In one of the largest political trials in Vietnam to date, communist authorities will try seven land rights and religious freedom advocates