Trainers

Hoi Trinh Advocacy Trainer Lawyer Hoi Trinh obtained his arts and law degrees in 1995 at Melbourne University (Australia) and master degree at Oxford University (U.K.). He is currently the Executive Director of VOICE. Khanh Nguyen Professional Journalism Trainer Journalist Khanh Nguyen…

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Nội dung Khóa Đào tạo Xã hội Dân sự VOICE

Với mục tiêu xây dựng một xã hội dân sự độc lập, mạnh mẽ và năng động tại Việt Nam, VOICE đã triển khai Khóa Đào tạo Xã hội Dân sự trong hơn 8 năm qua. Sứ mệnh của khóa đào tạo này là giúp các học viên…

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Học bổng Xã hội Dân sự VOICE lần thứ 10

THÔNG BÁO TUYỂN SINH HỌC BỔNG XÃ HỘI DÂN SỰ VOICE LẦN THỨ 10 VOICE trân trọng thông báo tuyển sinh cho Khóa Đào tạo Xã hội Dân sự lần thứ 10. Với mục…

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Trò chuyện cùng Giảng viên – Thạc sĩ Nguyễn Gia Dương

Xã hội dân sự (XHDS) Việt Nam đang phát triển ngày một mạnh mẽ và có đóng góp đáng kể trong nhiều lĩnh vực những năm gần đây. Các tổ chức này cung cấp từ những dịch vụ xã hội, phản ánh tiếng nói của người dân đến…

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Humans of VOICE: Jacklyn Phuong

Like many members of the VOICE family, I became involved with VOICE through Hoi Trinh. We have been friends for the past few decades, since our days working together in Hong Kong assisting Vietnamese asylum seekers. I joined VOICE Board of Directors in 2012. Through VOICE,…

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Humans of VOICE: Nguyễn Nam Lộc

Ông Nguyễn Nam Lộc, một trong năm thành viên của Hội Đồng Quản Trị VOICE, cũng được biết đến là người dẫn chương trình cho các buổi văn nghệ, sinh hoạt cộng đồng và cũng là một nhạc sĩ. Ở một vai trò khác, ông cũng được người…

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Official statements about Bach Hong Quyen’s case

On May 2, 2019, Mr. Bach Hong Quyen, a Vietnamese refugee activist in Thailand, and his youngest son, Joseph Bach (6 months old), boarded a flight from Bangkok to Canada for resettlement under Canada’s private sponsorship program. Below are statements of people who have helped Mr.

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Thông cáo về việc ông Bạch Hồng Quyền đi định cư tại Canada

Thông cáo về việc ông Bạch Hồng Quyền đi định cư tại Canada Bangkok, ngày 2 tháng 5 năm 2019 Vào lúc 10:40 tối ngày 2 tháng 5 năm 2019, ông Bạch Hồng Quyền, một nhà hoạt động Việt Nam tị nạn tại Thái…

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Humans of VOICE: Nguyen Thien Giang

“The things that make me proud are not the things which VOICE Australia and VOICE have achieved.  The things that make me proud, are the things which we, the Vietnamese people have: shared understanding, ideas, coming together from all over the world, and acting for the country.”
This week, we share stories from Nguyen Thien Giang who is a member and one of the founders of VOICE Australia.

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Humans of VOICE: Doan Viet Trung

“I believe that a civil society that is developed, independent, and dynamic will make the government listen to the voice of the people. Vietnam will have democracy; that is my dream for Vietnam in the near future.”
This week, we share stories from Doan Viet Trung, former President of the Vietnamese Community in Australia and former President of the Board of VOICE. He is currently one of the most active supporters of VOICE in Australia.

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The Vietnamese: EU Officials Raised Concern Over Worrying Human Rights Situation In Vietnam

“The human rights situation in Vietnam is worrying,” according to Commissioner for Trade of the European Union, Cecilia Malmström, after her meeting with independent Vietnamese civil society organizations on March 14, 2019. When announcing the adoption of the EU-Vietnam trade and investment agreements (EV-FTA) in October…

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Humans of VOICE: Tri Nguyen

“One day, Vietnam will have many leaders who will establish the civil society movement in Vietnam, solve societal problems themselves, and promote the democratic movement in Vietnam.” Today we talk to Tri Nguyen, the Event Manager at VOICE. ——-…

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The women of VOICE

On International Women’s Day, March 8, we wish “half of the world” strength, success and happiness. We would like to honor female activists, especially female prisoners of conscience, who have sacrificed so much to fight for a better society.

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Humans of VOICE: Shiwei Ye

“Currently there is a crackdown and some people say this is one of the worst cycles of crackdown that Vietnam seen in years.

I think this is precisely why it’s very important to continue to support civil society programs whether by VOICE or by any other independent civil society inside and outside of Vietnam.

To keep independent voices alive and to increase the skills and knowledge of civil society activists and human rights defenders. And to continue to engage the government and to make the government realize that an independent and vibrant civil society is actually good for the country in the long run.”

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Who is VOICE?

Through their collective efforts, they have shaped the vision, implemented the mission and deployed the daily and monthly activities of VOICE.
However, their stories have not been told yet. We now will start a series of stories called Humans of VOICE to help the public understand more about VOICE’s people and work.
These stories will be told every Friday, at 20:00, Vietnam time. Let’s wait and watch.
Would you consider yourself as a Human of VOICE? Please let us know!
#HumansOfVOICE

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