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Shackled By The State: Vietnam’s Restrictions On The Freedom Of Movement

Shackled By The State: Vietnam’s Restrictions On The Freedom Of Movement
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In their ongoing battle against oppression, dissidents in Vietnam have to constantly contend with harassment and abuse from Vietnamese state forces. Several of their human rights, such as freedom of expression and freedom of association, are undermined and invalidated by the Vietnamese government. As a result of their struggle, government

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Human Rights
Vietnam Briefing: More Writers And Activists Silenced While The Country Struggles With Record COVID-19 Cases

Vietnam Briefing: More Writers And Activists Silenced While The Country Struggles With Record COVID-19 Cases
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The Vietnam Briefing, which is released every Monday morning Vietnam time, looks at Vietnam’s political developments of the past week. Pro-democracy writers and activists persecutedLast week, multiple pro-democracy writers and activists were charged, and some were also convicted under Article 117 of the 2015 Penal Code, which prohibits “anti-state”

The Vietnamese Magazine
The Vietnamese Magazine
Vietnam Briefing