This is a great girl, and I believe that Vietnam needs people like Pham Doan Trang. You can understand that in Vietnam, political awareness and human rights in Vietnam are still very low. Most people have very little interest in politics and have enough knowledge about it.
ham Doan Trang (born in 1978 in Hanoi) is a Vietnamese author, blogger, journalist, and democracy activist. Pham Doan Trang publishes the book and sets up the Law website (luatkhoa.org) as an independent form of journalism in Vietnam. She was beaten and arrested many times. In 2017, Pham Doan Trang received the 2017 Homo Homini Award from People In Need, honoring her as "one of the leading figures of contemporary Vietnam dissident". Since March 2018, Pham Doan Trang has fled and hid in secret accommodation in Vietnam after her book The Popular Politics waeleased.
n Vietietnam, many people are fighting for human rights. However, it may not be the same as Hong Kongo because Hong Kong's law allows for the demonstration and public awareness activities that are very different from Vietnam. Therefore, the initial goal of human rights activists in Vietnam is basically to raise people's awareness of their rights. Doan Trang did this very well and I share it herenor her.
Paris Paris-based media watchdog Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has awarded its 2019 Press Freedom Prize to three female journalists, including prominent Vietnamese blogger Pham Doan Trang, who authored a book on political engagement that angered authoritnoi.
Trang, who has vowed to remain in Vietnam until the country becomes a democracy, was awarded RSF’s Prize for Impact in absentia for her work which “has led to concrete improvements in journalistic freedom, independence and pluralism, or to an increase in awareness of these matters.”
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