22 March 2022 (Bangkok) – The Vietnamese authorities should immediately drop the politically motivated charges against the social commentator Le Van Dung and release him, Human Rights
March 08, 2022 Ambassador Giorgio Aliberti – European Union; Ambassador Hans-Peter Glanzer – Austria; Ambassador Paul Jansen – Belgium; Ambassador Marinela Petkova – Bulgaria;
DigitalReach, an organization dedicated to assessing the impact of technology on human rights in Southeast Asia released their 2021-2022 report. The report details the tactics
In recent years, Vietnam’s communist government has stepped up arrests of those it considers its opponents, including independent journalists, religious figures, land rights activists and environmentalists.
Australian MP Chris Hayes Calls for Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne to take Immediate Action to Release Mr. Chau Van Kham
4 February 2022 Senator the Hon. Marise Payne Minister for Foreign Affairs PO Box 6100 Senate, Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 Dear Minister I write
Le Dinh Luong was sentenced to 20 years in prison by the Vietnamese communist authorities in October 2018. The award honors the sacrifices and work of individuals or organizations who are fighting for the civil and human rights of the Vietnamese people.
Over the past decade, Vietnamese government officials have continued to tighten their grip on freedom of expression and target citizen journalists and activists. To combat the abuse of human rights occurring globally, the United States passed the Magnitsky Act in 2012, which places sanctions against human rights offenders.
September 1, 2021 The family of an Australian man detained in Vietnam for more than two and a half years are imploring him to
More members in the international community call on Vice President Kamala Harris to raise human rights concerns during her upcoming trip to Vietnam. 10 human
60 Vietnamese American Organizations Urge Kamala Harris to Address the Deteriorating Human Rights Conditions in Vietnam
With Vice President Kamala Harris’ upcoming trip to Vietnam, 60 Vietnamese American organizations have co-signed a letter emphasizing the importance of defending human rights. These
People infected or suspected of being infected with the novel coronavirus are not properly cared for and are rather seen as “pathogens.”
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam growing increasingly serious, the Vietnamese government continues to ignore the mistakes they have made without making appropriate adjustments.
Australian MP Chris Hayes Calls for Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne to Pressure the Vietnamese Government to release Mr. Chau Van Kham
24 July 2021 Senator the Hon. Maise Payne Minister for Foreign Affairs Minister for Women Senate Parliament House PO Box 6100 CANBERRA ACT 2600 Dear