Vietnam

07/25/2005

MONTAGNARD CHRISTIAN REFUGEES BEATEN AND DEPORTED TO VIETNAM DURING PEACEFUL PRAYER RESISTANCE: DETAILS OF THE BRUTALITY EMERGE AS UNCHR DID NOTHING

Media Release 25 July 2005 Spartanburg USA
On 20 July 2005, numerous wire services reported Cambodian authorities forcibly deported approximately 100 Degar Montagnard Christians back to Vietnam. Various human rights groups denounced the move as Mo
07/21/2005

FORCED DEPORTATION OF MONTAGNARD ASYLUM SEEKERS: ANOTHER DARK DAY FOR THE UNITED NATIONS AND ALL DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENTS

Spartanburg, July 20, 2005

In the morning of July 20, Cambodian troops and police officers equipped with electric batons entered Camp 1 of UNHCR in Phnom Pen to confront unarmed and defenceless Montagnard asylum seekers to forcibly deport them
07/08/2005

VIETNAM’S “ALLEDGED” RELIGIOUS LEADERS HAVE PERSECUTED MONTAGNARD CHRISTIANS: INCLUDING THE INFAMOUS CHURCH BURNING AT PLEI LAO

Media Release 7 July 2005, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
BACKGROUND: Recently the Vietnamese government presented several “alleged” religious leaders to US religious representatives and touted them as legitimate representatives of the Montagna
07/04/2005

When the Vietnamese prime minister came to the United States, he heard from Vietnamese Americans

Relatively few Americans spend their time thinking about the plight of the millions of people living under Vietnamese Communism. The visit of Vietnamese prime minister Phan Van Khai to the United States last month provided an opportunity to change th
07/04/2005

Remember Hanoi. Another test for President Bush's commitment to democracy.

On Sunday Vietnamese prime minister Phan Van Khai arrives in the U.S. at the head of a 200-member trade delegation. He will meet with Bill Gates, with Boeing to sign a $500 million aircraft deal, and, on Tuesday, with President Bush. He will also pr
07/01/2005

Human rights violations against the Montagnard people of the Vietnam Highlands

WRITTEN QUESTION E-1937/05
by Marco Pannella (ALDE) and Emma Bonino (ALDE)
to the Commission


According to the 16-page report published by Human Rights Watch on 12 May 2005, the Vietnamese Government is continuing to force Montagnard
06/21/2005

Mixed feelings on Viet visitor

The ironies are abundant in this week's itinerary for Vietnamese Prime Minister Phan Van Khai, who yesterday became his nation's highest-ranking official to visit the United States.

At his first stop on American soil 30 years after commun
06/21/2005

Vietnam and Human Rights

PRESIDENT BUSH meets Vietnam's prime minister, Phan Van Khai, today at the White House, a mark of the transformation in U.S.-Vietnamese relations since the war that ended 30 years ago. Mr. Khai is visiting the United States with a large entourage of
06/20/2005

HUMAN RIGHTS AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN VIETNAM: Testimony before the Committee on International Relations U.S. House of Representatives Washington D.C., Monday 20th June 2005 by VO VAN AI

HUMAN RIGHTS AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN VIETNAM
Testimony before the Committee on International Relations
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington D.C., Monday 20th June 2005
by VO VAN AI
Overseas Spokesman of the Unified Buddhist Church
06/20/2005

Africa, Global Human Rights and International Relations Subcommittee (Human Rights In Vietman)

Representative Christopher H. Smith - (NJ04) - Africa, Global Human Rights and International Relations Subcommittee (Human Rights In Vietman)

(Washington, DC) — The Committee will come to order. Today we are meeting to examine th
06/19/2005

THE TRANSNATIONAL RADICAL PARTY JOINS THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES TO DEMONSTRATE FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY IN VIETNAM ON THE OCCASION OF THE MEETING BETWEEN THE US PRESIDENT AND THE VIETNAMESE PRIME MINISTER

On June 21, the Transnational Radical Party (TRP) will join the demonstration convened in Washington by four groups of indigenous peoples living in Vietnam, on the occasion of the meeting between the US President George W. Bush and the Prime Minister
06/18/2005

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATIONS DEMONSTRATE FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY IN VIETNAM IN WASHINGTON ON TUESDAY JUNE 21

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATIONS DEMONSTRATE FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY IN VIETNAM IN WASHINGTON ON TUESDAY JUNE 21

On Tuesday, June 21, hundreds of demonstrators belonging to four organizations representing indigenous peoples living in Vietna
06/14/2005

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S ORGANIZATIONS DEMONSTRATE FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY IN VIETNAM IN WASHINGTON ON TUESDAY JUNE 21

On Tuesday, June 21, hundreds of demonstrators belonging to four organizations representing indigenous peoples living in Vietnam, will organize a demonstration at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC, from 11.30 am to 2.30 pm, to call for the respect of f
05/29/2005

Viet Nam - Covering events from January - December 2004

The human rights situation worsened in the Central Highlands following demonstrations by members of ethnic minority groups (Montagnards) in April. The ensuing government crackdown resulted in the deaths of at least eight protesters and many injure
05/27/2005

UN PERMANENT INDIGENOUS FORUM: VIETNAM EXTENDS ATTACK TO OTHER INDIGENOUS GROUPS


On May 24, The Vietnamese Government took the floor at the Fourth Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues to attack, once again, the right of independent NGOs to participate in the works of the UN.

Vietnam, who m
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