• Civil Society

    We assist in the creation and management of civil society projects in Vietnam, especially those engineered by our former and current interns.

Tình hình tự do báo chí đang xấu đi trên toàn cầu

Hai phần ba trong số 180 nước được Tổ chức Phóng Viên Không Biên Giới khảo sát có tình trạng đàn áp tự do báo chí tệ hơn trước đây. Báo cáo thường niên của Phóng Viên Không Biên Giới (RSF) cùng với bản Chỉ Số…

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Vietnam’s Quiet Human Rights Crisis

A dearth of coverage, competing global interests, and an omnipresent police state render violations largely unnoticed. Nguyen Chi Tuyen, a 43-year-old from Hanoi, was driving home after dropping his son off at school when he was attacked by thugs. Tuyen, a dissident blogger who…

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Blogger Mẹ Nấm – người luôn vắng mặt khi được quốc tế vinh danh

Giải Phụ nữ Can đảm Quốc tế của Bộ Ngoại Giao Hoa Kỳ năm nay vừa vinh danh 13 người phụ nữ hoạt động vì quyền con người từ nhiều nước trên thế giới, trong đó có Blogger Mẹ Nấm hay Nguyễn Ngọc Như Quỳnh của Việt Nam.

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

Tải 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…

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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,…

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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…

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VOICE Haiyan Relief Projects

” Following the devastation of Super-typhoon Haiyan in November 2013, VOICE and supporters all over the world led a fundraising campaign which resulted in over $500,000 USD being donated for the victims of the typhoon. After months of providing emergency relief, VOICE worked with local organizations to help rebuild schools,…

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Joint statement by Australian organisations and community groups 13 February 2015 NEVER AGAIN: LET’S END THE DETENTION OF CHILDREN ONCE AND FOR ALL

“VOICE Australia is 1 of over 200 groups to sign onto a statement to call for the cessation of detaining asylum children. This joint letter follows the release this week of the Australian HR Commission’s report on kids in detention.” The  report  of  the  Australian  Human …

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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,…

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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…

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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…

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