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Tran Thi Nga

Tran Thi Nga

HRD, Member
Femmes du Vietnam pour les Droits Humains
Radio Free Asia Article

Don't even think that you can oppress us by wearing police uniforms.

Tran Thi Nga is a member of Vietnamese Women For Human Rights, a recently established group that includes overseas Vietnamese wishing to lend support, training, and encouragement to those who stand up to defend human rights in Vietnam.

She is also a member of Bau Bi Tuong Than, a domestic group set up to provide assistance to prisoners of conscience and their families.


HRDs working for accountability and democracy receive accusations of being “foreign spies or agents”, “traitors”, or “violators of public order and peace”. HRDS are also subjected to intimidation, threats, interrogation, harassment, arbitrary arrest and detention. When put on trial, they are very often sentenced to heavy jail terms for their human rights work, and mistreated in prison.


Tran Thi Nga