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By Center for Public Policy Analysis (CPPA)
Hmong, Laos Human Rights Advocate Honored With Medal of the Order of Australia

By CPPA - Center for Public Policy Analysis
Event speakers are highlighting the importance of legislation (H.R. 3192), introduced by U.S. Congressmen Jim Costa (D-CA), and Frank Wolf (R-VA), to grant burial benefits to Lao and Hmong-American veterans at U.S. national cemeteries.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
“Today, we have come from across the United States to pay tribute and remember our fallen soldiers who have died to secure the freedom that we all enjoy today,” said Colonel Wangyee Vang, President of the Lao Veterans of America Institute.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis (CPPA)
The U.S. Congress is advancing legislation in the House of Representatives that seeks to grant burial honors to Lao and Hmong-American veterans of the Vietnam War in Laos, according to the Washington, DC-based Center for Public Policy Analysis.

By Exotissimo Travel
With Exotissimo, travelers will get to experience the unique culture of Northern Thailand, from Lanna villages to hilltribe settlements as well as engaging in traditional customs and activities.

By Exotissimo Travel
Ha Giang presents ample opportunities to embrace Vietnam's pristine nature and colofrul hilltribes. The area is untouched and rarely visited by most in the country.

By CiSA Far East Ltd.
Derek Lantin's new book, 'Come Here and I'll Show You' ,gets top class reviews on Amazon Books.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Lt. Colonel Wangyee Vang, of the Lao Veterans of America Institute, met with Members of the U.S. Congress to rally support in Washington to grant veterans' benefits to Lao Hmong veterans who served secretly in Laos during the Vietnam War.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis ( CPPA )
In response to the current Lao Hmong refugee and humanitarian crisis in Thailand and Laos, The Honorable H. Eugene Douglas, Former U.S. Ambassador, issued a statement about the plight of Lao-Hmong refugees at Huay Nam Khao and Nong Khai, Thailand.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis ( CPPA )
Laos and Hmong-American Students from across the U.S. are urging Thailand’s General Anupong and Prime Minister Abhisit To Release 5,000 Lao Hmong Refugees Prior to to the Start of the Southeast Asia Games (SEA) Games in Laos.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
"The Royal Thai Third Army and Ministry of Interior were apparently ordered by General Anupong, Prime Minister Abhisit and Interior Minister Chaoyarat Canvirakul to deploy to the Lao Hmong refugee camp,” said Philip Smith of the CPPA in Washington.

By Capstone Publishers
Minnesota children’s book publisher Capstone Publishers has partnered with the St. Paul Public Schools district to develop bilingual Hmong/English and Somali/English interactive books.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The U.S. Congress and U.S. Senator Norm Coleman are urging the Lao government to immediately release Hakit Yang and two other Hmong-American citizens from St. Paul, Minnesota that continue to be jailed in Laos.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The United League for Democracy in Laos, Inc. (ULDL), in cooperation with the Center for Public Policy Analysis (CPPA) and the Lao Community of Minnesota, have concluded events in Washington, D.C. to discuss serious human rights violations in Laos.

By Center for Publlic Policy Analysis
The Lao Veterans of America (LVA) and the Center for Public Policy Analysis (CPPA) will hold a memorial service at Arlington National Cemetery and a wreath laying ceremony at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Sheng Xiong, the wife of Hakit Yang, and spokesperson for the families of three Hmong-American citizens from St. Paul, Minnesota currently being jailed in Laos, made the following statement and appeal to Congress and international policymakers.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The Lao Peoples Democractic Republic (LPDR) regime, in cooperation with Vietnam, has issued a new order and comprehensive strategy to mount a major military offensive to exterminate thousands of Hmong in hiding in the jungles and mountains of Laos.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The Bush Administration’s failure to address the current Bosnia and Darfur-like crisis in Laos facing thousands of freedom-loving Laotian and Hmong people is a foreign policy and national security disaster that will haunt America for years to come.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A coalition of Lao and Hmong organizations are slated to rally in key states across the United States on Thursday, March 13, 2008, from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. (local time) to protest the forced repatriation and killing of Lao and Hmong refugees.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A coalition of Lao and Hmong organizations in Washington, D.C. have denounced the visit of Thai Premier Samak Sundaravej to Laos following increased Lao military attacks and Samak's forced repatriation of Lao-Hmong refugees.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A coalition of Lao and Hmong organizations in Washington, D.C. have denounced the visit of Thai Premier Samak Sundaravej to Laos following increased Lao military attacks and Samak's forced repatriation of Lao-Hmong refugees.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A series of US Congressional and Capitol Hill policy events, meetings and conferences were concluded in Washington, DC.yesterday regarding the catastrophic human rights situation in Laos and refugee crisis in Thailand, which continues to worsen.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Three Hmong-Americans from St. Paul, Minnesota who were arrested and jailed in Laos by Lao military and security forces last year were one of the key topics at a US.Congressional Forum on Laos held in Washington, D.C. on human rights violations.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A US Congressional forum and policy briefing on Laos and the Hmong people will be held to discuss recent developments in Laos and Thailand regarding the human rights, refugee and humanitarian crisis facing thousands of Laotian and Hmong refugees.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The Lao Human Rights Council will host a Lao-Hmong human rights forum on the plight of over 8,000 Lao-Hmong political refugees and asylum seekers facing the threat of forced repatriation back to the communist regime in Laos that they fled.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Hundreds of Hmong and Lao-Americans are slated to rally in Minnesota in opposition to the recent arrest in Laos of three Hmong-Americans and to oppose the repatriation of Lao-Hmong refugees from Thailand back to the regime in Laos that they fled.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Laos, Thailand Crisis: US Congressional Forum To Discuss Emergency Plight of Lao and Hmong Refugees At Ban Huay Nam Khao and Nong Khai, Lao Regime's Ethnic Cleansing and Increase Killing of Refugees

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
In cooperation with Members of Congress, the Congressional Forum and follow-on events in the U.S. Congress will discuss policy issues and seek to release and discuss the U.S. Congressional letter to the King of Thailand regarding Laos and the Hmong.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A special session of the U.S. Congressional Forum on Laos will be held to discuss the current crisis in Laos and Thailand facing Laotian and Hmong dissidents, political refugees and asylum seekers.

By KBTV Global Television
KBTV will be airing the National Lao-Hmong Recognition Day this Sunday, July 29 at 7 p.m. during the Hmong Media program block. The commemoration was celebrated last Sunday, July 22 at the World Peace Rose Garden at the State Capitol in Sacramento.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
U.S. Congressional Laos policy briefings and discussions on the current crisis in Laos and Thailand facing Hmong and Laotian refugees and asylum seekers will continue on Capitol Hill through July 19, 2007 regarding the emergency situation.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Laos, Hmong Crisis: US Congressional Policy Briefing On Emergency Refugee and Human Rights Developments in Laos, Thailand

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A Hmong and Laotian human rights rally and candle-light vigil will be held at the U.S. District Court House in Sacramento, California to draw attention to the current human rights crisis in Laos and protest ethnic cleansing and mass starvation.



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