A Global Dialogue on 75 Years of Human Rights

a Human Rights Day event in Washington, DC

in conjunction with



December 11, 2023

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM ET


info at allianceforvietnamsdemocracy dot org


Vietnam Tribunal Judgment

On the crime of treason committed by

Pham Van Dong and the Vietnamese Communist Party

April 4, 2023

Women Exploitation Under Vietnamese Communism

an International Democracy Day event in Washington, DC

in conjunction with


September 15, 2022

Conference On The Uyghur Tribunal's Judgment



- Sir Geoffrey Nice, QC - Chair, The Uyghur Tribunal

- Mr Hamid Sabi - Counsel, The Uyghur Tribunal

Conference On The Uyghur Tribunal's Judgment

(Part 2) Discussion


- Luke de Pulford (Coordinator - IPAC)

- Linh Nguyen, JD (President - MV Foundation) 

Democracy for Vietnam  Obstacles and Opportunities 

Conference on the CCP's Forced Organ Harvesting

The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1966, stated, “Every human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by law. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life.”

Nevertheless, the Chinese Communist Party has been systematically executing people “on demand” for the last two decades to provide organs for transplantation.  For the victims, who include political prisoners, Falun Gong practitioners and Uyghurs, it is not just the harvesting of their organs, it is also a harvesting of their life. For the rest of us, it robs us of our humanity and forever poisons our capacity of being human.

The event was organized by 115 organizations and co-hosted by The International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. 

CCP's Aggression in the South China Seas

(PART 1)

US Representatives and Senators converged on an online event this last week. Eighty-six organizations from all over the world had a roundtable conference on the results of a referendum which solicited the opinions of the Vietnamese people on China’s aggression in Vietnam's East Sea (aka South China Sea). Millions of Vietnamese participated, with 95% of respondents in favor of legal action against China in international courts. 

Applauding the effort of all the organizations involved, Congressman Alan Lowenthal stated, “we must hold China accountable to the 1986 PCA’s decision. I joined you in standing up against the PRC’s aggression in Vietnam’s East Sea.” Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy spoke to the conference on the need to stand up for American interests in the face of aggression from China. 

CCP's Aggression in the South China Seas

(PART 2)

Congressman Ted Yoho expressed concerns about the so-called “nine-dash line” and reminded conference’s participants that “the United States stand with you and your support of free and open maritime zone in the Southeast Asian Sea and the East Sea.”

In his remark, Senator John Cornyn promised, “to continue fighting against Chinese attempt to insert illegitimate claim over the South China Sea. It's crucial for the security and prosperity of the international community the SCS remains free from Chinese coercion.”

CCP's Aggression in the South China Seas

(PART 3)

Senator Mark Warner cautioned, “we have seen China’s very aggressive actions in the South China Sea. The Chinese Communist Party has hugely expansionist tendency that should be of concern to anyone in Southeast Asia.” 

The conference also enjoyed the participation from other congressional offices, specifically of Congressman Ron Wright (TX), Congressman Ro Khanna (CA), and four other offices. 

CCP's Aggression in the South China Seas

(PART 4)

The organizers noted that the referendum was accomplished in the backdrop of Vietnam’s new “Cybersecurity Law”. The Vietnamese communist government often blocked access to the referendum and threatened its participants. According to the organizers, they “did not have the illusion that the Vietnamese communist government will heed the wishes of the people and sue China. In fact, we showed the world the opposite that 95% of the Vietnamese people want integrity of their territorial waters and to work within an international legal framework.” 

Rejecting visions of a future led by the CCP though the dark images of Tibet, Xinjiang, Hongkong and the South China Sea, the organizers spoke of calling for the UN and the world governments to declare the CCP a Transnational Criminal Organization.