Testimony on Vietnam’s Prisoners of Conscience before Canada’s House of Commons

(Trinh Nguyen) Appearing before the Canadian House of Commons, Trinh Nguyen - along with human rights activist Truong Minh Tam and Reverend Nguyen Manh Hung - raise the case of three imprisoned human rights defenders in Vietnam.



Popular Vietnamese Blogger Released From Jail After Two Years

(Radio Free Asia) A prominent Vietnamese blogger and rights campaigner serving a two-year prison sentence for (...) (30/05/2015)

 

Pastor Nguyen Manh Hung and Mr. Truong Minh Tam arrive in Canada to advocate for Vietnamese prisoners of conscience

(Viet Tan) Viet Tan has partnered with the Canadian law Firm Cambridge LLP and is launching an advocacy (...) (29/05/2015)

 

StoryMaker mobile app launched for Vietnamese netizens

(Viet Tan) To support Vietnamese citizen journalists, Article 19, Radio Free Asia (RFA), and Viet Tan have (...) (18/05/2015)


Vietnam Today

Vietnam Today

Human rights abuses in Vietnam make TPP unacceptable

(Chris Smith & Zoe Lofgren) - Among the potential partners in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), Vietnam is the only country that bans independent labor unions and religious groups. It’s the only country considered one of the world’s worst violators of Internet freedom. It harbors severe child labor and forced labor (...)


Press Releases

Press Releases

7th Annual Geneva Summit

(Viet Tan) - On the eve of the UN Human Rights Council’s 2015 session, courageous champions of human rights from around the world will unite to place urgent situations on the international agenda.


Articles & Speeches

Articles & Speeches

40 years on, the journey for freedom continues

(Phong Nguyen & Don Le) - Economic liberalisation doesn’t mean political reform, which is why Vietnamese refugees are still seeking freedom and democracy despite the war ending four decades ago, write Phong Nguyen and Don Le.


Guest Forum

Guest Forum

Vietnam: A not so happy anniversary

(Graham Cooke) - The Australian Navy’s treatment of 46 Vietnamese asylum seekers in sending them back to their home country last month after a hurried on-sea ‘assessment’ process, was without any real attempt to discover why the people were leaving and what would happen to them when they were (...)


Viet Tan in the News

Viet Tan in the News

Vietnamese use ’40 years too many’ tag to call for end to communism

(Al Jazeera) - Some Vietnamese citizens are tagging the country with "40 years too many" to call for an end to communist rule. April 30 marks four decades since the Viet Cong reclaimed Saigon and communism was established. Many are posting signs throughout Vietnam with ‪#‎40NămQuáĐủ ‬ ("40 years too many") to say (...)