Vietnam Human Rights Day 2013 will be held at Hart Senate Office Building, Room 902, Washington, DC


The Nineteenth Commemoration of Vietnam Human Rights Day on Thursday, May 9, 2013 in the Hart Senate Office Building, Room 902 from 12 noon to 3 pm. It will mark the anniversary of the House & Senate Joint Resolution SJ 168 introduced by Former Senator Charles Robb and Former Congresswoman Leslie Byrne designating May 11, 1994 as Vietnam Human Rights Day. Subsequently, President Clinton signed it into Public Law 103-258 on May 25, 1994. Since then, the commemoration has become a traditional bi-partisan sponsorship event each year. This year, the event is hosted by Senator John Cornyn from Texas.

Our main sponsors and make your important statement on human rights. We have invited members of Congress, representatives of the White House, State Department, AFL-CIO, NED, AMA and multiple international human rights organizations. There will be delegations representing Vietnamese-American communities from all across the U.S. as well as Vietnamese delegations from Canada, France, and Australia. In addition, there will be representatives of delegations from Asian countries including Burma, Tibet, China, Laos, Mongolia, Gilgit-Baltistan and more. The event will be fully covered by the media.

Please RSVP or direct any questions to our assistant, Nathalie Nguyen at (703) 606-6444 or nguyen_nathalie@yahoo.com.

We very much appreciate your consideration.

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Vietnam Human Rights Day 2013
Room: 902 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC
Live Broadcasting May 9, 2013
12:00 Noon to 3:00 PM. Eastern Time
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