Danh sách ủng hộ đồng bào tỵ nạn tại Thái Lan – Cập nhật lần 3

VOICE xin cập nhật tới bạn đọc danh sách quý vị đã quyên góp ủng hộ đồng bào tỵ nạn tại Thái Lan. Đây là danh sách cập nhật lần thứ 3. Trân trọng.

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Vẫn còn lắm chông gai – Nam Lộc

Sau gần 30 năm miệt mài, cuộc hành trình tìm tự do đầy cam go và nhục nhằn của 97 người tỵ nạn VN cuối cùng tại Thái Lan vẫn còn gặp phải những chông gai, trở ngại vào giờ thứ 25! Mặc dù đã được chính phủ Canada cấp giấy phép nhập cảnh, mặc dù đã được Cao Ủy Tỵ Nạn LHQ … Continue Reading →

Call for Release of Vietnamese Human Rights Defenders

On 26 August 2014, three activists in Vietnam were sentenced to long prison terms for “disturbing the public order.” Ms. Bui Thi Minh Hang (DOB: 1964), an outspoken and long-time advocate for land-lost peasants and religious groups in Vietnam, along with Mr. Nguyen Van Minh (DOB: 1980) and Ms. Nguyen Thi Thuy Quynh (DOB: 1986) who are both religious workers … Continue Reading →

A short interview with Bo Trung, Bui Thi Minh Hang’s Son, seeking justice for his mother

-Mrs. Bui Thi Minh Hang (aka. Bui Hang, b. 1964, a resident of Vung Tau City, Viet Nam) is a famous human rights activist in Viet Nam. Bui Hang was one of the prominent protesters in the anti-communist China protest rallies in Hanoi and Saigon in 2011 despite brutal suppressions by the Vietnamese communist police. Bui Hang, along with other … Continue Reading →

Wu, special envoy of China's foreign ministry, addresses the Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review session at the UN in Geneva

Vietnam Prepares for UN Human Rights Review, Activists Lobby for Pressure

Tra Mi, Trung Nguyen/VOA – Representatives from the Vietnamese government will appear before the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva Wednesday for a review of its human rights record amid mounting criticism that Hanoi does not tolerate opposition voices. Rolando Gomez, spokesman for the council, told VOA’s Vietnamese service the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), which takes place every four … Continue Reading →


Vietnamese Activists Tour US, Europe for Human Rights

TRAMI/VOA WASHINGTON — A group of Vietnamese bloggers and human rights activists is touring the United States, Europe and Australia to advocate for pressure on Hanoi to improve its rights record. The delegation has been invited by the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and NGOs. It consists of representatives from groups such as VOICE, Vietnamese Bloggers … Continue Reading →


Press release: Activists start UPR tour around the world

12/1/2014 – Invited by the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and other INGOs, a delegation advocating for human rights in Vietnam will visit the United States, Europe, and Australia starting from 12 January 2014. The delegation consists of representatives from VOICE, Vietnamese Bloggers Network, Dan Lam Bao, the Vietnam Path Movement, Hoa Hao Buddhist Church, No-U … Continue Reading →


Project Freedom at Last

PRESS RELEASE First three of 100 Vietnamese refugee families stranded in the Philippines for almost 20 years arriving  in Calgary and Vancouver Three Vietnamese refugee families will finally arrive in Canada to begin their new lives after being stranded in the Philippines for almost 20 years: one family in Calgary on March 6, and two families in Vancouver on March … Continue Reading →

Vietnamese families given ‘chance to rebuild their lives’ in Ottawa

Jessey Bird (jbird@thecitizen.canwest.com), Ottawa Citizen Published: Thursday, April 17, 2008 Ottawa – Just after 11 p.m. Thursday night, Loan Thi Le stood at the bottom of the arrival escalator at the Ottawa International Airport. Tears streaming down her cheeks, she clutched a tissue and waited. She hadn’t seen her sister in nearly 20 years. The first of several Vietnamese families moving … Continue Reading →

Vietnamese families finally find homes

PRESS RELEASE Local association sponsors refugees after nearly 20 years stranded in the Philippines Jennifer Yang, The Edmonton Journal Published: 1:31 am EDMONTON – Nearly two decades after they climbed into boats on the coast of Vietnam and pushed off for freedom, three families found a new home Wednesday in Canada. After escaping persecution at the hands of Vietnam’s Communist … Continue Reading →