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ABORIGINAL PEOPLES(INDIGENOUS PEOPLES)

Planet Earth 72-The Aboriginal Peoples are defined as minorities by certain countries, but at the international standard setting, the United Nations recognized as "Indigenous Peoples".

"Indigenous Peoples" yog cov neeg ib txwm nyob rau thaj chaw los yog lub tebchaws ntawd los tau ntau pua / txhiab  xyoo ua ntej thaum thaj av ntawd tig  los ua ib lub tebchaws nyob qab tswj hwm ntawm nom tswv kav tebchaws (government systems).

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PRESS RELEASE March 26, 2010 By Joe Davy
Lao General cautions Hmong returnees what to tell media

Yesterday, Lao Brigadier General Bouasieng Champaphanh paid a special visit to a group of some 3000 Hmong returnees recently resettled in Phonkham village, Borikhamsai province. He informed them all that the Lao government had invited the foreign media to visit their village the next day and cautioned the returnees to make sure to use correct speech when answering any questions the journalists may ask.
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UN PRAISED LAOS WHILE HMONG REFUGEES HELD HOSTAGE September 30, 2009
The United Nations has publicly praised Laos for its recent ratification of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, a major UN human rights treaty. Serge Verniau, UN Resident Coordinator in Laos, stated “This is a significant moment in the evolution of the country’s commitment with the promotion and protection of human rights and the UN Country team stands ready to support the Government in the realization of these conventions.”
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PRESIDENT OBAMA REMEMBER YOUR PROMISE TO THE HMONG, By Joe Davy, January 20, 2009

As you are sworn in today as the 44th President of the United States I ask that you remember your campaign promise to your loyal Hmong American supporters.

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HMONG REFUGEES IN THAILAND FEAR OF FORCED REPATRIATION, January 2, 2009

Hmong International Human Rights Watch, Nebraska-January 2, 2009- Hmong Refugees in Thailand fear of Forced Repatriation. Approximately 400 Thai military troops deployed to refugee camp in Huay Nam Khao, Phetchabun, Thailand.

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HMONG WOMEN LEADERSHIP, By Peter Vang, November 16, 2007
Published Friday, November 16, 2007

Yav ntuj thaum ub, peb cov pojniam Hmoob tsis muaj feem ntau rau kev kawm txuj, kev txiav txim siab (decision making), thiab kev ua thawjcoj (leadership) vim peb Hmoob kev cojnoj cojua (culture), kev ntseeg, kev tswjfwm (politic), kev xav, thiab lwm yam los mus ua rau peb cov pojniam Hmoob thiaj tsis muaj feem los mus ua thawjcoj.

 

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MATERIAL SUPPORT LAW

  The U.S. government is denying protection to refugees and asylum seekers deserving of our protection.  Under a relatively new policy, the “material support” to terrorists ground of inadmissibility is being applied to individuals who are refugees and asylees as defined by §101(a)(42) of the INA who are not terrorists and urgently require protection.  Ironically, for many of these refugees, the very circumstances that form the basis of their refugee/asylum claim have been interpreted in a way that has made them ineligible for refugee or asylum status in the United States.  For example, refugees and asylum seekers who are coerced or who have acted under duress are being denied protection by the U.S. government regardless of whether or not the payment to the alleged or known terrorist group was voluntary. 

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