Stanford Law School’s Allen Weiner Reports to United Nations on Ongoing Human Rights Violations by Vietnamese Government

Stanford Law School

Allen Weiner, director of the Stanford Program in International and Comparative Law at Stanford Law School, today filed an update concerning the petition initially submitted to the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (UNWGAD) in Geneva in July 2012 contesting the illegal arrest and ongoing detention of 16 Vietnamese social and political (...) (22/10/2014)

Vietnam Today

Open Letter regarding Mr. Dang Xuan Dieu and other prisoners of conscience

(Vietnam Interfaith Council) - On January 9, 2013, Vietnamese people inside the country and abroad as well as many international human rights organisations were outraged over the sham and unfair trial that the Vietnamese Communist government propped up to sentence 14 Catholic-Protestant youths of Nghe An. They were charged (...)

Viet Tan in the News

Vietnamese Engineer-Activist Treated Like a ‘Slave,’ Humiliated in Jail

(Radio Free Asia) - A Vietnamese engineer imprisoned for his activism has been beaten, humiliated and treated like a “slave” in jail after refusing to wear prisoner uniform, his brother and a former inmate said Wednesday, calling for pressure on the authorities to bring him out of (...)