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UN PRAISED LAOS WHILE HMONG REFUGEES HELD HOSTAGE September 30, 2009 PDF  | Print |
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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HMONG WOMEN LEADERSHIP, By Peter Vang, November 16, 2007 PDF  | Print |
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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JUNGLE HMONG MISSED MEDIA CHANCE, Sept. 6, 2007 PDF  | Print |
The "jungle Hmong" leaders had wanted to speak to Western journalists - who are unable to get access to the settlement in Phetchabun - and confront Lao officials about how safe it would be for them to return, US-based Hmong advocates Joe Davy and Laura Xiong said.
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL's URGENT ACTION PLAN, Augut 24, 2007 PDF  | Print |

Thanks Amnesty International for their efforts to call for an Urgent Action Plan on the 149 Hmong refugees in Nongkhai IDC. Please write to the Royal Thai Government as it was instructed by Amnesty International.. 

http://www.amnestyusa.org/actioncenter/actions/uaa32406.pdf

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THE NATIONS, ARTICLE WRITTEN BY JOE DAVY August 18, 2007 PDF  | Print |
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2007/08/18/opinion/opinion_30045483.php

Hmong refugees suffer, forgotten in Nong Khai

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