Scientists seek strong legal base for AO victims Society

Scientists seek strong legal base for AO victims

A national symposium was held in Hanoi on March 12 seeking to fortify legal grounds to demand the US government and chemical companies take responsibility for the consequences of Agent Orange/dioxin sprayed on Vietnam during wartime.
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Boosting int’l cooperation in dealing with toxin chemicals

The office of the national steering board on the consequences of toxic chemicals during the war in Vietnam (Office 33) should expand collaboration with such traditional partners as Japan and the Republic of Korea to boost international cooperation in the coming time.
VAVA urged to maintain key role in AO victim care Society

VAVA urged to maintain key role in AO victim care

Addressing the consequences of toxic Agent Orange (AO) and caring for the AO victims are a long-term, crucial and urgent task, continuously needing the key role of the Vietnam Association of Victims of AO/dioxin (VAVA), Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has said.
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Belgium-Vietnam Association supports AO victims

How to deal with the consequences of toxic Agent Orange chemical sprayed by US troops during the American war in Vietnam was discussed at a recent seminar held by the Belgium-Vietnam Friendship Association (BVFA).
AO victims’ fight for justice needs mass support Society

AO victims’ fight for justice needs mass support

The plight suffered by Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims can be alleviated with the full support of people from all walks of life, spiritually and financially, heard an online exchange held in Hanoi on July 30.
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VN’s AO victims not alone in fight for justice

Although a lawsuit filed by Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims against US chemical companies was rejected by the US Court, a great number of friends throughout the world, even US veterans and organisations, affirmed their intention to continue joining the struggle for not only AO/dioxin victims but also justice and humanity.
VAVA calls for support to AO victims Society

VAVA calls for support to AO victims

The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin (VAVA) has called on Vietnamese people and international friends to support AO victims in their lives and fight for justice.
War-era victims receive more gifts Society

War-era victims receive more gifts

The Vietnam News Agency (VNA), the nation’s only newswire, for many years has joined hands with individuals and organisations alleviating the plight of Agent Orange/dioxin victims.
US House of Representatives to hold AO hearing Society

US House of Representatives to hold AO hearing

A hearing on Agent Orange (AO) in Vietnam will be held in Washington D.C. on July 15 by the US House of Representatives to examine how to meet the needs of Vietnam’s AO victims who have been exposed to the toxic dioxin contained in the Agent Orange used by the US during the Vietnam War.