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Eight Years in Exile, Eight Years in Prison: Story of Nguyen Dang Minh Man, by Chieu Anh Nguyen

Nguyen Dang Minh Man is a former political prisoner who just completed her eight-year prison sentence on August 2, 2019. The Catholic activist and photojournalist was arrested in 2011 for recording peaceful protests and sentenced for subversion. Behind bars, she endured difficult conditions, went on hunger strike, and was also placed in solitary confinement. This […]


Pham Chi Dung, Former Party Security Officer, Chairman of the Independent Journalist Association, Arrested Under Article 117

Mr. Pham Chi Dung, a prominent dissident journalist and writer, was arrested on November 21, 2019 by the public security forces of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). He is charged under Article 117 of Vietnam 2015 Criminal Code for “producing, storing, and disseminating” documents opposing the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. While state media asserts that […]


Procedural Irregularities in the Detention of Doan Thi Hong: How Ho Chi Minh Public Security Violates Domestic Criminal Law

It has been a year since Ms. Doan Thi Hong was arrested and detained by the public security forces of Ho Chi Minh City. The “criminal activities” of which she was accused? Participating in the national demonstrations against the bills on Special Economic Zones and Cybersecurity in June 2018, being a member of a human […]


Vietnam Human Rights Report, January – June 2019: Crackdown on Facebook Users, Civil Society Groups, and Public Protesters Continues

Featured Image: Provisions of the 2015 Criminal Code Used Against Activists by Level of Authority in 2019 The crackdown on Vietnamese civil society activists that escalated in 2018 continues into 2019, as evidenced by 16 arrests in the first half of the year and harassment incidents against at least 33 activists.  Dang Ngoc Tan and […]


Human Rights Recap January 2016

In Hanoi this month, police detained ~30 people in a protest over land grabs. The entire protest drew about 100 participants and 200-300 police. Radio Free Asia notes that, “Land grabs in which government officials use their authority to confiscate and sell land to developers are a common cause of social unrest across Southeast Asia, […]


Human Rights Recap November 8th-December 20th

These past six weeks have been a whirlwind for us here at The 88 Project! We celebrated Tran Huynh Duy Thuc’s birthday on November 29th and raised awareness for his unjust imprisonment, we took part in Human Rights Day on December 10th, we also began planning for 2015. We also launched the beta version of […]