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Nguyen Thuy Hanh, a Champion of the Families of Political Prisoners, Faces Mental Health Issues and Indefinite Detention a Year After Her Arrest

It has now been over 13 months since police in Hanoi arrested Nguyen Thuy Hanh, a campaigner for the families of political prisoners. Hanh was detained at her home in April 2021 after the authorities charged her with violating Article 117 of the 2015 Criminal Code, an article commonly used to lock-up vocal critics of […]

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Update on Dang Thi Hue’s situation: BOT protester arrested and held on charges of “disturbing public order”

Protests against the improper location of and overcharging at BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) toll stations have taken place in many sections of highways and bridges nationwide. BOTs are owned/partially owned by private companies, which will recover their capital and earn profits by charging fees to drivers during certain hours of the day, according to the contract with […]

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Interview with Ha Thuy Nguyen

Ha Thuy Nguyen is a writer based in Hanoi. Born in 1986, she wrote her first novel when she was 14 years old. Two years later, after many publishers rejected the manuscript, doubting that a kid could do such writing, the book was finally published in hard-cover at nearly 1000 pages. It was acclaimed by […]

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Profile of Bui Thi Minh Hang

Occupation: Blogger and activist Arrest Date: February 11, 2014 Trial Date: August 26, 2014 Sentence: Three years Bui Thi Minh Hang, mother, popular blogger, and champion of land and religious rights, is currently serving a three-year prison sentence in Vietnam. For years, Hang has been involved in activism regarding freedom of religion, land rights, and […]

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Vietnam Free Expression Newsletter No. 19/2022 – Week of May 9-15

Greetings from The 88 Project.  We bring you news, analysis, and actions regarding human rights and civil society in Vietnam during the week of May 9-15. Two political prisoners were allowed to emigrate to the United States on the eve of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh’s trip to Washington. There was another arrest in the case of the […]

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Vietnam Free Expression Newsletter No. 28/2021 – July 19-25

Greetings from The 88 Project! We bring you news, analysis, and actions regarding human rights and civil society in Vietnam during the week of July 19-25. More Facebookers were arrested last week for their online posts. Trinh Ba Phuong finally got to see a lawyer after 13 months in jail. One woman had her sentence […]

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Vietnam Free Expression Newsletter No. 32/2018 – Week of August 6-12

Featured image: Huynh Thuc Vy and a search warrant, Source: Facebook / Huynh Thuc Vy, Radio Free Asia Greetings from The 88 Project! We are bringing you news, analysis, and actions regarding human rights and civil society in Vietnam during the week of August 6-12. Two activists face trial in the coming week, political activist Le Dinh Luong on […]