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The 88 Project And The Global Human Rights Clinic Submit Evidence Of Vietnam’s Disregard Of Freedom Of Expression In Their UPR Mid-Term Report

The 88 Project And The Global Human Rights Clinic Submit Evidence Of Vietnam’s Disregard Of Freedom Of Expression In Their UPR Mid-Term Report
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NOVEMBER 1, 2021- The 88 Project and the Global Human Rights Clinic at the University of Chicago Law School (GHRC) submitted a comprehensive report to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) regarding Vietnam’s ongoing suppression of freedom of expression. This document, which is the culmination of 12 interviews

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Human Rights
Toward Greener Pastures: A Reflection On Human Trafficking In Vietnam

Toward Greener Pastures: A Reflection On Human Trafficking In Vietnam
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In October 2019, 39 people were found dead inside a sealed refrigeration trailer in Grays, Essex, in the United Kingdom. Initially thought to be Chinese, these people were, in fact, Vietnamese, mostly from Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces in the north-central region of Vietnam, who had left their families

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Human Trafficking
39 Vietnamese Froze To Death In England: A Question On The Rule Of Law

39 Vietnamese Froze To Death In England: A Question On The Rule Of Law
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“No one is above the law, but no law is above basic decency, justice, and kindness.” This sentence is one of the first things you will see on my Facebook profile, right below my profile photograph. Today I want to share some thoughts about that quote, mostly in light of

Khoa Le
Khoa Le
Opinion-Section