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VPDF supports Green Olympics

A representative of VPDF, Mr. Đôn Tuấn Phong, attending a recent conference in Beijing under the theme “Sustainable Development and Green Olympics” expressed warm support for the event and its spirit of peace and sustainable development.

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Democracy and Democratization – A Substantive Approach
“Addressing the question of democracy, one should find answers to three main questions: who wields the instruments of power? how are these instruments used? and in whose interests?” So says a concept paper finalized by a VPDF-hosted international roundtable held in Hanoi on September 25-26. Concerning the substance of democracy and democratization, the paper reads: “In the people lies the decisive strength for the development of all nations and humankind.
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18 Vietnamese attend Nairobi Social Forum

An 18-member Vietnamese delegation, organized by VPDF, attended the Seventh World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya, from 15th to 28th, January 2007. The delegation took part in various Forum activities, notably the opening March for Peace and the Peace Fair. A VPDF-sponsored panel workshop titled “Vietnam on the Road to Socialism” attracted a large number of overseas delegates.

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Asia-Europe Forum supports Agent Orange victims

Vietnamese Agent Orange victims and others victimized by weapons of mass destruction enjoyed warm support from the over 500 men and women taking part in the 7th Asia-Europe People’s Forum, held in Beijing on October 13-15. The Forum’s Final Declaration stated: “Support and protect survivors of the use and effects of weapons of mass destruction. Hold companies responsible for the production of weapons of mass destruction and toxic chemicals to account so that victims are compensated.” This unmistakably implies Dow Chemicals, Monsanto and other US companies which produced the dioxin-rich Agent Orange (AO) used by US forces during the Vietnam war, causing millions of victims.

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