Human Rights: News and Reports
By Đặng Quân Từ ngày 27 – 28/02/2021, sẽ diễn ra hội nghị của Ủy Ban liên minh Úc – Tân Tây Lan về các nạn nhân của chế độ cộng sản Trung Quốc, nhóm họp tại Canberra. Cuộc
By Human Rights Watch Yoshihide Suga, Prime Minister of Japan Taro Aso, Minister of Finance Hiroshi Kajiyama, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Tadashi Maeda, Governor, Japan Bank for International Cooperation Atsuro Kuroda, Chairman and CEO, Nippon Export and
By Amnesty International Party congress starting 25 January likely to nominate new prime minister and state president for coming five years Recognized prisoners of conscience have doubled from 84 to 170 since the previous CPV congress in 2016 Viet
Leading partners including the United States and European Union can and should do more to discourage Vietnam’s fierce crackdown on dissent. By Judith Bergman from the Diplomat “We are like fish under the blade, always ready to be arrested,”
By Human Rights Watch Governments Should Hold Beijing Accountable for Arbitrary Action (New York) – The Hong Kong government should not file charges against the 53 pro-democracy politicians arbitrarily arrested on January 6, 2021, Human Rights Watch said today.