On October 30th, the Honorable Judy Sgro in cooperation with Viet Tan hosted a luncheon “Vietnam and Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy” in the Wellington Building in Ottawa attended by parliamentarians and their teams. The event focused on how Canada can engage Vietnam to advance human rights and security in the Indo-Pacific. From addressing climate change to transnational repression to military capacity building.
July 11, 2023 Australian man Chau Van Kham has been released from a Vietnamese prison and reunited with his family in Australia. Mr Chau, a
Ahead of next week’s UN election of 14 nations to its highest human rights body, a coalition of non-governmental human rights groups from Europe, the U.S. and Canada today called on UN member states to oppose the election of Afghanistan, Algeria, Sudan, Venezuela and Vietnam, which were deemed “unqualified” due to their human rights records as well as their voting records on UN resolutions concerning human rights.
Angelique Lu and Erin Handley | January 17, 2020 The past year has taken its toll on Sydney woman Trang Chau and her family. “[I’m]
James Massola | November 12, 2019 Jakarta: Canberra’s reluctance to criticise a Vietnamese court decision to sentence Australian citizen Chau Van Kham to 12 years
Kathryn Diss and Erin Handley | November 11, 2019 A Sydney retiree has been found guilty of “terrorist activities” and sentenced to 12 years in
Ben Doherty | November 10, 2019 Retired baker Chau Van Kham, 70, to appear in Ho Chi Minh City court after more than 10 months
November 7, 2019 Embassy of Canada to Vietnam in Hanoi 31 Hung Vuong Hanoi Vietnam RE : Imprisonment and release of Chau Van Kham
(Sydney) – Vietnam should drop terrorism charges against three men accused of affiliation with an overseas political group that presently advocates for democracy, human rights, and political
Richard Finney | November 5, 2019 Authorities in Vietnam have set a trial date of Nov. 11 for three democracy activists, including an ethnic Vietnamese
UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention calls on Vietnam to release detained journalists Nguyen Van Hoa and Le Dinh Luong
In two decisions released this week the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has called on Vietnam to release detained journalists Nguyen Van Hoa and
Nguyen Dang Minh Man, 34, a Vietnamese photojournalist and social activist, was arrested and detained in 2011 after publishing photos she had taken of a