The idea behind this digital Free Expression Interview Series is simple: for democracy and human rights activists and bloggers in Vietnam and everywhere in the world to share their stories, in their own voice, with their own words. In this project, we interview activists about their stories, and publish them in short videos on Youtube. […]
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Diễn Đàn: A call for Human Rights “recognized by the Constitution of Vietnam and the International Convention that Vietnam is a signatory” was made public on December 28, 2012. It asks the National Assembly to abolish Article 88 of the Penal Code that punishes “crimes of propaganda against the State” (numerous people have been […]
Some friends say I am funny. I do like making joke: humor is important in life. Sometimes you have to smile, so that you don’t cry. I could choose to look only into happy things, to tell only happy stories. But, while we should appreciate beautiful things in life, we also should not forget that […]
A few people told me, political dissidents are merely a minority. Not many people know them. And they risk their personal life for too little political gain. Of course I disagree. Hasn’t Margaret Mead once said: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever […]
We will be joining the Internet Blackout Day for Human Rights in Vietnam this December 10, 2012. Our human right message: Vietnam – Stop Criminalizing Peaceful Dissent! Please visit the Internet Blackout Day’s Facebook Event and share your human rights message for Vietnam!