Creating Better Conditions to Support Victims of Agent Orange

Creating Better Conditions to Support Victims of Agent Orange

To commemorate 60 years of the Agent Orange/dioxin disaster in Vietnam, the Vietnam Times interviewed Vice President of the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange Nguyen Van Khanh.
EU votes for diplomats to boycott Beijing Winter Olympics

EU votes for diplomats to boycott Beijing Winter Olympics

The European Parliament has overwhelmingly passed a resolution calling on diplomatic officials to boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics due to continuing allegations of human rights abuses.
Weaving the dream for Agent Orange victims: The lifetime work of an iron lady

Weaving the dream for Agent Orange victims: The lifetime work of an iron lady

Wars have ceased to exist in Vietnam, but their consequences remain. Agent Orange/dioxin has been negatively affecting the health of many Vietnamese. A victim of Agent Orange, Nguyen Thanh Binh has overcome fate with her iron will and become a shoulder to rely on for other dioxin victims.
The Evry court did not protect French citizens when it rejected Agent Orange victim lawsuit

The Evry court did not protect French citizens when it rejected Agent Orange victim lawsuit

Following are the opinions of Lawyer Quach Thanh Vinh of The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange after the Evry Court rejected Tran To Nga’s requests on her lawsuit against U.S. chemical companies to seek justice for Agent Orange victims.
“Those who seek to divide” comment creates Australia and New Zealand united front against China

“Those who seek to divide” comment creates Australia and New Zealand united front against China

Australia Prim Minister Scott Morrison has warned that “there are those far from here that would seek to divide us”, during a press conference with his New Zealand counterpart, Jacinda Ardern, as the two nations sought to get in lockstep over China, their biggest trading partner.
Vietnam welcomes signing of Biden’s Hate Crimes Act

Vietnam welcomes signing of Biden’s Hate Crimes Act

Vietnam welcomes the signing of the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act by US President Joe Biden to aim at curbing violence against the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, said Le Thi Thu Hang, spokesperson of Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Pelosi calls for world leaders to boycott 2022 China Olympics

Pelosi calls for world leaders to boycott 2022 China Olympics

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged for a diplomatic boycott on grounds of human rights violation.
UNHRC 46th session wrapped up: Vietnam stressed consistency in ensuring human rights

UNHRC 46th session wrapped up: Vietnam stressed consistency in ensuring human rights

The 46th regular session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), held at the UN office in Geneva, concluded on March 24.
US, EU and Canada sanctions China and this is how Beijing hits back

US, EU and Canada sanctions China and this is how Beijing hits back

Earlier this week, US, the European Union, Britain and Canada decided to sanction China, which sent "a clear message about the human rights violations and abuses in Xinjiang”, in the first such coordinated Western action against Beijing under new US President Joe Biden.
Vietnam promotes human rights protection during COVID-19 pandemic

Vietnam promotes human rights protection during COVID-19 pandemic

Vietnam’s policy to promote and protect human rights, including cultural rights and food rights during the pandemic period has positively encouraged citizens and improved anti-pandemic effectiveness.
Enhance cooperation and dialogue to substantively promote human rights in reality

Enhance cooperation and dialogue to substantively promote human rights in reality

Vietnam has called on countries and the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to enhance cooperation and dialogue to substantively promote human rights in reality instead of basing on imprecise and unverified information to criticise certain states.
Australia suspends Chinese's CGTN and CCTV channels

Australia suspends Chinese's CGTN and CCTV channels

Australian public broadcast, SBS, in Australia said on Friday that it would suspend Chinese state media channels, CGTN and CCTV.
Vietnam announces its candidature for membership of UN Human Rights Council 2023-2025

Vietnam announces its candidature for membership of UN Human Rights Council 2023-2025

Vietnam continues to “put emphasis on the protection and promotion of all human rights and fundamental freedoms of our people, even in this most difficult of times", and is thus presenting its candidature for membership of the UN Human Rights Council for the term 2023-2025.
Belgian Ambassador: Vietnam gains improving primary education, achievement in human rights

Belgian Ambassador: Vietnam gains improving primary education, achievement in human rights

Vietnam achieved high performance in a recent report on children’s reading and mathematics ability worldwide, putting it among the countries with the best primary education, he said. This is an achievement of Vietnam in human rights, according to Belgian Ambassador Philippe Kridelka, who represented Belgium at the UN Security Council.
International workshop on "Gender equality, the empowerment of women and violence against women"

International workshop on "Gender equality, the empowerment of women and violence against women"

On December 15-16, in Hai Phong City, the Department of Foreign Relations under the Ministry of Public Security cooperated with the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) to organize the international workshop on "Gender Equality, the empowerment of women and violence against women".
Protecting and promoting human rights under COVID-19

Protecting and promoting human rights under COVID-19

Vietnam’s commitments and efforts in protecting and promoting human rights amid COVID-19, notably the implementation of recommendations under the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) mechanism, third cycle, were acknowledged in speeches by delegates at a workshop in Hanoi.
Australian PM defiant after China airs 14 grievances

Australian PM defiant after China airs 14 grievances

Australia’s Prime Minster Scott Morrison on November 19 pushed back over a list of more than a dozen grievances raised by China regarding his country’s human rights diplomacy, independent media and investment policies, saying “we will always be Australia”.
China slams US following special coordinator appointment for Tibet

China slams US following special coordinator appointment for Tibet

The United States has appointed a senior human rights official as special coordinator for Tibetan issues, which, China said, is an infringement on its internal affairs.
China wins a seat on UN human rights council despite opposition from activist groups

China wins a seat on UN human rights council despite opposition from activist groups

China won a seat on the United Nations's premiere human rights body for three year terms (2021 – 2023) on October 13 despite opposition from activist groups, The Associated Press reported.
USAID to support persons with disabilities in Vietnam

USAID to support persons with disabilities in Vietnam

Assisting persons with disabilities has long been one of the top priorities for the U.S. Government in Vietnam.
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