Nick Baker | August 28 An Australian citizen has been languishing in a Vietnamese prison and Human Rights Watch wants Australia to act. Australia is
Sarah Martin | August 22 Human Rights Watch raises concerns of ‘dire’ human rights record, including at least 133 political prisoners Scott Morrison has been
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
Viet Tan Alert June 24, 2019 Democracy activist Le Dinh Luong faces reprisals for organizing fellow prisoners Vietnamese authorities have punished democracy activist Le Dinh
The number of prisoners of conscience unjustly jailed across Viet Nam has surged by one third to 128 in signs of a growing crackdown on
Dear Mark Zuckerberg: What do the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a Danish member of parliament, and a news anchor from the Philippines have in common?
Media Legal Defence Initiative (MLDI) has filed a Petition with the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (UNWGAD) calling for the immediate release of
David Gilbert | September 28, 2018 Vietnam sent a stern warning to dissidents this week: criticize the government online and you’ll end up in jail.
The Swiss-Vietnam Committee (COSUNAM) sent an open letter to the Vietnamese Ambassador in Switzerland and called for the release of blogger and environmental activist Le
Viet Tan Alert August 22 2018 A Vietnamese blogger and human rights defender was physically attacked and received death threats according to family reports. Tran
David Gilbert | August 17, 2018 A court in Vietnam Thursday sentenced an environmental campaigner to 20 years in jail for content posted to Facebook
Viet Tan Alert July 24 2018 Vietnamese authorities have set a trial date for blogger and community organizer Le Dinh Luong following a year of