Vietnam Executed Le Van Manh, Another Wrongful Death-Row Prisoner, with a Lethal Injection The People’s Court of Thanh Hoa
freedom of religion
Religion Bulletin, August 2023: Ministry of Public Security Alleges Dak Lak Attack Linked to FULRO, BPSOS
The international community is concerned about threats to religious minorities in Vietnam.
The historical events that the present Vietnamese government seeks to expunge from its collective memory.
U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Addresses Religious Freedom Challenges in Vietnam
In a pivotal move to shed light on the state of religious freedom in Vietnam and identify potential avenues of
Numerous religious groups have discreetly made their way into Vietnam, each of them subject to oppression by the state.
Religion Bulletin, June 2023: Central Highlands Evangelical Church of Christ Accused of Being a Reactionary Organization after Dak Lak Incident
“Systematic, ongoing, and egregious” violations of religious freedom continue.
Religion Bulletin, May 2023: Government Arrests Member of Evangelical Church of Christ, U.S. Strongly Condemns Vietnam on Lack of Religious Freedom
Authorities pursue increased persecution and dogged eradication of religion.
Religion Bulletin, April 2023: Protestants Arrested, Hmong Coerced into Renouncing the Duong Van Minh Religion
Religious freedom in Vietnam continues to deteriorate.
Unusual exceptions are given to foreign Buddhist sects, while Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village (Lang Mai) is still outlawed in Vietnam.
The security situation in Dak Lak Province has “returned to normal” , and the lives of its residents have “gradually
Religion Bulletin, March 2023: Authorities Smash Front Gate of Protestant Family Prepare for a Nationwide Audit of “Merit” Monetary Donations
[The Government's Reach] Dak Lak Province: Authorities threaten, smash gate of family following Evangelical Church of Christ On March 19,
Religion Bulletin, February 2023: Vietnam Prevents American Delegation from Meeting Protestants, Recognizes the Art of Divination but Punishes Medium of “Đúng nhận, Sai cãi” Fame
Despite being placed on the U.S. Special Watch List, Vietnam continues to fiercely repress religion.
Buddhist temples will face less interference but will still have to share their merit donations.