30 Jan, 2006-- Members of the ALDE (European Liberal Democrats), including MEPs Pannella, Bonino and Watson, raise the issue of the Khmer Krom asylum seekers in Cambodia, facing the risk of being sent back to Vietnam
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According to an article entitled “Vietnam pays due attention to improving living conditions of ethnic people” reported in the Vietnamese Foreign Minister of Affairs website, it insists that the Vietnamese Government does pay attention to ethnic minorities despite reports put forward to members of the
By Chris Costello
Who knows five languages, travels the world advocating for human rights and can most often be found as a caretaker in Weldon Library?
That would be 17-year Physical Plant employee Thach Thach (pronounced "Tatch").
Australia, Jan 26 2005-- A date that marks not only Australia’s birthday but also a day that recognises and appreciates the diversity and multicultural society that Australia has become. A grand parade in which over 100 ethnic minorities groups including their indigenous people, the Aboriginal People happily took part, each proudly displaying their culture in unique ways. In a colourful display of clothes, music and dance, the Southern State of Australia was truly a brilliant blend of people and culture.
The Vietnamese government has stepped up surveillance and intimidation of Degar Montagnard Christians leading up to Christmas in order to stop them from openly celebrating Christmas celebrations this year. Read more
KKF …… working for Khmer Krom
Have a great 2006!
I would like to take this opportunity to express my warm wishes for the New Year.
As 2005 draws to a close, we reflect on the year past which has been extremely productive and solidarity ( Samakicheat). We have seen major advances in:
1. Recruiting many members
Worcester, Massachusetts November 5, 2005
At 2PM, under the leadership of Mr. Thach Ngoc Thach, the President, and the delegates of Khmers Kampuchea – Krom Federation (KKF), a meeting was held in which over 50 Worcester residents participated.
On October 15th, 2005, the Cambodian Association of Illinois and over 40 families of Khmer and Khmer-Krom local residents extended a warm welcome to the Khmer Kampuchea-Krom Federation (KKF) in a meeting in Chicago.
Orlando, Florida- 4th September, 2005, the majority of Khmer-Krom residents in Orlando gathered to welcome representatives of the Khmers Kampuchea-Krom Federation (KKF). An all-day-long meeting was held. It was an opportunity for the KKF representatives to enlighten the Khmer-Krom residence on its missions, past activities, and future objectives.
United Association of Khmer Krom Buddhist Monk Conference