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Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh

Current Status: Pre-trial detention

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Other Names: Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Hạnh, Tran Hoang Lan (Facebook)

Date of Birth: 1976

Gender: F

Ethnicity: Kinh

Occupation: Teaching professional

Current Prison: HCM city Police detention center, No. 4 Phan Dang Luu, Ho Chi Minh city

Areas of Activism:

  • Democracy
  • Freedom of expression
  • Human rights

Known Afilliations:

  • Hiến Pháp

February 2020:

Eight activists will face trial by the People's Court of Ho Chi Minh City on March 10 on charges of "disrupting security" under Article 118 of the 2015 Criminal Code. The eight have been detained without trial for almost a year and a half. Authorities have previously postponed the trial twice. The group of eight defendants includes Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh, Hoang Thi Thu VangDo The HoaHo Dinh CuongTran Thanh PhuongNgo Van DungDoan Thi Hong and Le Quy Loc. Some are members of the Hien Phap group, established on June 16, 2017, with the aim to promote peoples' understanding of their human rights under the 2013 Constitution. 

Details - History of Activism, Contact Information.

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh is a member of Hien Phap (Constitution) group, established on June 16, 2017, with the aim to promote people’s understanding of their human rights in the 2013 Constitution.

She and other members planned to call for a peaceful demonstration on September 4, just days prior to their arrest, to raise their voice on social issues, including human rights violations, corruption, territorial disputes, and environmental pollution.

Facebook page Trần Hoàng Lan

Arrested September 4, 2018. Charged under Art. 118 (2015 Code).

September 4, 2018
  • Art. 118 (2015 Code)
Ho Chi Minh city public security, Ho Chi Minh city
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  • freedom from arbitrary arrest or detention
  • liberty and security of the person
  • freedom of expression
  • freedom of peaceful assembly
  • freedom of association
  • political participation

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh was detained on September 4, 2018 ahead of planned demonstrations for Vietnam’s National Day and as part of a concerted crackdown against the Hien Phap group. Her family tried to visit her in January 2019 but was unable to, as she remains under pre-trial investigation.

When her family attempted to visit her in January 2019, they were told to bring her medicine for her circulation, as well as calcium.

Profile last updated: 2020-02-24 03:55:53

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