(Viet Tan) Rapid adoption of connectivity has provided unique challenges for the Vietnamese government, resulting in repressive technical measures and the haphazard application of restrictive laws. This paper analyzes how social media is changing Vietnam and offers recommendations to further its positive impact.
(Viet Tan) Vietnamese human rights lawyer Nguyen Van Dai was harassed and threatened by security officers (...) (16/03/2015)
(Bernie Ripoll) Dear President, I write to you in relation to Pham Minh Vu, Le Thi Phuong Anh and Do Nam Trung (...) (9/02/2015)
(Viet Tan) On January 23, 2015, La Viet Dung, the founder of the “I Don’t Like the Community Party of (...) (25/01/2015)
(L4L) - Vo An Don is an associate at the Centre for Government Legal Aid in Phu Yen province. He provides free legal service to poor people, members of the ethnic minorities and under-aged offenders. He has defended more than 200 court cases on a pro-bono (...)
(Do Hoang Diem) - Viet Tan’s Chairman appeared as a keynote speaker at a Parliamentary briefing on the democracy and human rights movement in Vietnam hosted by Wayne Marston M.P., Official Opposition of Canada’s Critic for Human Rights.
(Khanh Vu Duc) - The United States’ engagement with Vietnam is, in large part, a failure. Hanoi continues to ply benefits from the US while offering little in return. It is time for the US to demand what kind of relationship Hanoi is seeking with (...)
(Wayne Marston) - Ottawa — Members of the media are invited to attend a Parliamentary briefing on the democracy and human rights movement in Vietnam, hosted by Wayne Marston, M.P., Official Opposition of Canada’s Critic for Human Rights. The evening’s keynote speaker will be Viet Tan (Vietnam Reform Party) (...)