Vietnam

09/16/2005

UNPO Deeply Concerned at UNCHR Decision on Khmer-Krom Refugees

To the kind attention of: UN High Commissioner for Refugees,
The Hague, 15 September 2005
High Commissioner Mr. António Guterres,
On behalf of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), I would hereby like to bring the f
09/12/2005

The European Parliament holds Hearing on Cambodia-Laos and Vietnam


On the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War and the advent of Communist rule:
The European Parliament holds Hearing on Cambodia-Laos and Vietnam
The European Parliament will hold a Hearing on Monday 12th September
08/31/2005

Vietnam Committee welcomes the release of prisoners, but condemns Hanoi for “stealing the lives” of religious and political dissidents in Vietnam

The Vietnam Committee on Human Rights (VCHR) welcomes the release of four prisoners of conscience in an Amnesty on Vietnam’s National Day (2 September), i.e. Mennonite Pastor Nguyen Hong Quang, Roman Catholic priest Nguyen Thien Phung (aka Nguyen Vie
08/22/2005

KOK KSOR DECLARES VIETNAMESE COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT’S HUMAN RIGHTS WHITE PAPER AS “A DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO HOODWINK THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY”: HE STATES “OVER 200 MONTAGNARDS ARE UNJUSTLY ROTTING IN VIETNAMESE PRISONS.”

MEDIA RELEASE 22 AUGUST 2005

BACKGROUND: The indigenous Montagnards (Degar) Peoples have suffered decades of persecution by the communist government of Vietnam, namely; confiscation of their ancestral lands, torture, killings, unjust imprison
08/20/2005

CHAPTER IV: ABOUT A NUMBER OF FALSE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST VIETNAM IN THE AREA OF HUMAN RIGHTS. From the book "Achievements in Protecting and Promoting Human Rights in Vietnam"

The original document can be found at:
http://www.vnagency.com.vn/html/whitebook_En/index.asp


The book
"Achievements in Protecting and Promoting Human Rights in Vietnam"


[...]


CHAPTER IV

ABOUT A NUMBER O
08/18/2005

Vietnam says rights critics out to "blacken" image

HANOI, Aug 18 - Vietnam defended its human rights record on Thursday, saying those who accuse the communist government of suppressing religious and political freedom were merely trying to blacken the country's image.

Launching the southeast
08/11/2005

VIETNAMESE AUTHORITIES BANS CHRISTIAN HOUSE CHURCHES WITH THREATS OF TORTURE AND IMPRISONMENT

MEDIA RELEASE 10 AUGUST 2005

BACKGROUND: The indigenous Montagnards (Degar) Peoples have suffered decades of persecution by the communist government of Vietnam, namely; confiscation of their ancestral lands, torture, killings, unjust imprisonm
08/10/2005

UBCV Deputy leader Thich Quang Do sends message of solidarity and condolence to Hoa Hao Buddhists in Vietnam

Venerable Thich Quang Do, Deputy leader of the outlawed Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam (UBCV) has sent a message of solidarity to the Hoa Hao Buddhist sect [1] following the self-immolation of two of its members in a protest against religious per
08/01/2005

URGENT ACTION NEEDED. Montagnard Degars feared killed in custody as prisoners tortured and denied medical treatment - Prior to visits by US and UN inspectors to Vietnam's noctorious Ba Sao Prison

Kok Ksor, President of the Montagnard Foundation states, "the conditions inside Vietnam's prisons is medieval and so many of our people have been brutally tortured there."
Media Release 30 July 2005 Spartanburg USA
BACKGROUND: The indigenous Mo
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