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Thông Cáo Về Tin Đồn VOICE Là Tổ Chức Của Việt Tân

Download bản PDF tại đây. 21/4/2016 Thời gian qua, một số cá nhân và cơ quan an ninh Việt Nam đưa tin đồn rằng VOICE là một tổ chức của đảng Việt Tân và ông Trịnh Hội, Giám đốc điều hành của VOICE, là một thành viên của Việt Tân. Để phản hồi trước những tin đồn vô căn cứ … Continue Reading →


Tuyên bố chung kêu gọi trả tự do cho Nguyễn Văn Đài và Lê Thu Hà

Ngày 16 tháng 12 năm 2015, một luật sư nhân quyền nổi tiếng, ông Nguyễn Văn Đài, 46 tuổi, và đồng nghiệp của ông, bà Lê Thu Hà, 33 tuổi, đã bị bắt giữ tại nhà riêng và văn phòng của họ ở Hà Nội, Việt Nam. Cả hai người bị khởi tố về tội “tuyên truyền chống Nhà nước … Continue Reading →


Joint Statement Calling for the Release of Vietnamese Activists: Nguyen Van Dai and Le Thu Ha

On 16 December 2015, prominent human rights lawyer, Mr. Nguyen Van Dai, 46, and his colleague, Ms. Le Thu Ha, 33, were arrested at their home and office in Hanoi, Vietnam, respectively. Both have been charged with “conducting propaganda against the Socialist Republic of Vietnam” under Article 88 of the Vietnamese Penal Code, a law that has been routinely and … Continue Reading →


Civil Society and the TPP Negotiations

VOICE, together with civil society leaders from Vietnam, visited the Washington Post in D.C. to give their thoughts on the current situation in Vietnam and how “Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal presents both peril and opportunity.” As noted, “journalist Nguyen Van Hai, one of the political prisoners released last year after six years behind bars, told us, Vietnam’s communists also relaxed … Continue Reading →



Voice from our Homeland

Please join VOICE in supporting Tiếng Nước Tôi (“Voice from our Homeland”) a charity night hosted by us –  the Vietnamese Overseas Initiative for Conscience Empowerment. VOICE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to develop civil society in Vietnam and to resettle the last remaining boat-people left stateless in Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines. This night will feature an 8-course dinner … Continue Reading →


11 Vietnamese Refugees Arrive in Canada from Thailand

On April 24, a third group of Vietnamese refugees arrived in Toronto, Canada. This is part of the group of the last Vietnamese boat people who had arrived in Canada last November 2014. This group consisted of 3 families made up of 11 people. After being stateless in Thailand for 25 years, they have been accepted into Canada to start … Continue Reading →


VOICE’s activities in January 2015

VOICE AUSTRALIA In conjunction with the Vietnamese Community and the Australian Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (AASRC), VOICE Australia held an information session for Vietnamese asylum seekers who were recently released into the community on Bridging Visas. Over 50 asylum seekers were in attendance. VOz, AASRC and the Vietnamese Community will continue to provide information and legal assistance as necessary to … Continue Reading →


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Việt – Phi ten years reunion

In 2005, nearly 2000 stateless Vietnamese boat people were resettled in the US under a special humanitarian program designed to end their statelessness after languishing for over 16 years in the Philippines. On January 18, 2015, on the 10th anniversary of their resettlement in the US, over 200 former refugees gathered at VOICE’s Executive Director, Hoi Trinh’s house to commemorate … Continue Reading →


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Việt – Thái Refugee recap

40 years since the end of the Vietnam War and over 20 years after being stranded in Thailand, the last remaining Vietnamese Boat People have been accepted into Canada! The group is to be resettled in Vancouver, Edmonton, Ottawa, Calgary and Toronto – on 13 November 2014, the first group of 28 individuals arrived in Canada, the second group of … Continue Reading →