A coalition of Vietnamese and international organizations made a submission to the UN for consideration of the 32nd session of the Universal Periodic Review in
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8 Members of Congress Send Letter to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc Regarding Brotherhood for Democracy Trials
His Excellency Nguyen Xuan Phuc Prime Minister of Vietnam 16 Le Hong Phong Street, Ba Dinh District Hanoi, Viet Nam May 15, 2018 Dear Prime
The Honorable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 May 5, 2018 Subject: Raising
Published April 5, 2018 By Kathy Triệu – Web Exclusive Six Vietnamese activists were sentenced between seven to fifteen years in prison on charges of
April 3, 2018 Vietnamese authorities must immediately and unconditionally release six human rights defenders who are due for trial in Hanoi on April 5, 2018.
The Swiss-Vietnam Committee (COSUNAM) sent an open letter to the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) calling on Swiss officials to closely monitor the
March 29, 2018 Viet Tan strongly condemns the arbitrary charges by the Vietnamese authorities against leaders of the Brotherhood of Democracy (BFD), a pillar of
February 20, 2018 Ladies and gentlemen, Thank you for the opportunity to share my story. My name is Nguyen Trung Trong Nghia, a Vietnamese national.
Days before International Human Rights Day, activists including Nguyen Trung Trong Nghia, the son of detained human rights defender and pastor Nguyen Trung Ton, discussed the importance of integrating human rights within bilateral relations between Australia and Vietnam.
August 30, 2017 Vietnamese authorities have been continuing their crackdown on freedom of expression, detaining advocates and drafting cybersecurity laws which target online content critical
August 13, 2017 A snapshot of the ongoing crackdown on freedom of expression in Vietnam in 2017. 25 bloggers, human rights defenders and community organisers
June 30, 2017 The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has published an Opinion in June 2017 calling for the immediate and unconditional release of