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Human Rights in Vietnam

Human Rights in Vietnam

BPSOS will hold a press conference starting at 2:00 pm in Geneva on March 12, 2019 to present the human rights landscape in Vietnam in the context of the UN Human Rights Committee’s third review of Vietnam’s implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).

Speakers, including both issue experts and witnesses, will cover five main human rights areas: freedom of religion or belief, torture, prisoners of conscience, statelessness, and women’s rights. Participants will have an opportunity to speak directly to witnesses and victims of religious persecution, torture, and forced renunciation of faith. The event will also feature a photo exhibit and a number of video documentaries.

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Hmong Pastor Joseph Vang

Chair of Hmong United for Justice, from Minnesota, USA

The Most Venerable Thich Nhu Dien

Secretary General of the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam in Europe, from Hannover (GER)

Dr. Nguyen Dinh Thang

CEO & President of Boat People SOS, from Virginia, USA

Ms. Michelle Nguyen

Co-founder of Coalition Against Torture - Vietnam, from Atlanta, USA

Ms. Lu Thi Tuong Uyen

Stitching Vietnam Human Rights Foundation, from Assen, Netherlands

Ms. Tuyet Dinh

Vietnamese Women for Human Rights

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