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VNTB – Activists harassed in Hanoi 

(VNTB) – Activists were harassed by authorities amid coronavirus crisis Can Thi Theu – land rights activist At 8:30 on March 17, 2020, law enforcement from Ngoc Luong commune in Yen Thuy, Hoa Binh Province presented a summon to Ms. Can Thi Theu demanding the family to come for a working session regarding their residence registration at the police station. Around 10 policemen and authorities presented. There were two strange men who quickly disappeared after failing telling their names and

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(VNTB)-Báo Tây Ban Nha viết về Hội Nhà báo độc lập Việt Nam

  VNTB: Xin gửi đến bạn đọc bài viết về Hội Nhà báo độc lập Việt Nam của tờ El Universal, Tây Ban Nha. Tựa đề tạm dịch: “Một nhóm phóng viên Việt Nam thành lập hội viết báo độc lập”. Rất tiếc vì chưa có điều kiện nên VNTB chưa thể dịch toàn bộ bài này sang tiếng Việt, mong bạn đọc cảm thông. Un grupo de periodistas vietnamitas crea el primer diario independiente Aunque 35 millones de vietnamitas

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(VNTB)-Báo Tây Ban Nha viết về Hội Nhà báo độc lập Việt Nam

El Universal 11/8/2014 Un grupo de periodistas vietnamitas crea el primer diario independiente Aunque 35 millones de vietnamitas se conectan a la red de manera habitual, el presidente de la Asociación de Periodistas, Pham Chi Dung, cree que el número de personas interesadas en material de contenido político no supera “unos cientos de miles”, y solo en “500 o 600” la cantidad de personas involucradas en dirigir a Vietnam hacia un sistema democrático multipartido. · Ver resumen EL UNIVERSAL lunes

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(VNTB)-Phạm Chí Dũng trả lời ABC về báo giới độc lập ở Việt Nam

(VNTB)-Journalist Pham Chi Dung talked to Auskar Surbakti (ABC TV 24 Australian world news program The World 28 July 2014) about the suppression of freedom of the press in Vietnam. (please see link and full transcript below) http://www.abc.net.au/news/abcnews24/programs/the-world/ Ngày 28/7/2014, Đài truyền hình ABC (Chương trình tin tức thế giới The World) của Australia đã phát cuộc phỏng vấn giữa xướng ngôn viên Auskar Surbakti của ABC với nhà báo độc lập Phạm Chí Dũng ở Việt Nam về tình

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FVPoC: Open Letter to Australian Ambassador, Diplomat Representatives of European Union, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and US

Translation by  Trang Thien Long Tell the World (DTD) CTNLT | 29/7/2014 Re: The Vietnam government prevented former PoC Pham Ba Hai from attending “Seminar: Non-state media in contemporary Vietnam” in Hanoi. To: – Mr. Hugh Borrowman, Australian Ambassador and Representatives of the EU, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and the United States in Hanoi. – Mr. Tim Wilson, Human Rights Commissioner of Australia. Former Vietnamese Prisoners of Conscience ( FVPoC) warmly welcomes the spirit of the seminar content “ Non-state media in

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(VNTB)-What government leaders of Vietnam ordered to prevent citizensfrom meeting UN Rapporteur?

Author: Pham Chi Dung   Translated by Trang Thien Long July 27, 2014. Ho Chi Minh City Department of Police and some local policemen barred some pro-democracy activists from going out of home from July 25, 2014 to some days later it’s the latest, liveliest and most blatant example about “State of Vietnam always respects and guarantees human rights.” On July 25, Mr. Heiner Biederfeldt, the UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion arrived HCM city to meet a number

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Vietnam Pro-government Abuse Reports Lock Activists out of Facebook

by Vu Quoc Ngu Many Vietnamese activists and political dissidents have claimed that their Facebook accounts have been shut down by Facebook’s administrators based on fake reports from government-supported cyber trolls. In recent days, dozens of online activists in Vietnam and other countries could not log on to their accounts due to “report abuse,” which may have been conducted by paid supporters of the Vietnamese government. Communist-ruled Vietnam, labeled by international human rights bodies as one of the biggest “enemy

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RWB hails creation of Vietnam’s first Independent Journalists Asociation

Published on monday 7 July 2014.   With many members, including well known journalists, it intends to defend detained colleagues, train young reporters and operate a news website. Reporters Without Borders hails the creation of the Independent Journalists Association of Vietnam (IJAVN), the country’s first such organization. Its launch on 4 July in Ho Chi Minh City saw the biggest-ever gathering of journalists to promote freely reported and politically independent information. Well-known journalists are IJAVN members. Its president, Pham Chi