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Council of Indigenous Peoples in Today’s Vietnam | Khmer-Krom, Cham and the Montagnards Council of Indigenous Peoples in Today’s Vietnam Khmer-Krom, Cham and the Montagnards Skip to content Home UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Videos of CIP TVN Joint Statement Resources Cham Nation Montagnard Nation Khmer Krom Nation Contact CIP TVN Joint Statement Videos of CIP TVN Joint Statement in CHAM, KHMER and MONTAGNARD RHADE Language UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples International Human Rights Instruments First Caucus of Indigenous Peoples in Today's Vietnam Cham My Son Temple Khmer Krom Buddhist Temple Montagnard Americans First Caucus of Indigenous Peoples in Today's Vietnam Khmer Krom's Social Attire at a Ceremony Home Report to the UN Special Rapporteur on Cultural Rights Champa History Book Debut and Forum on the Issues of Indigenous Peoples in Vietnam and CIP-TVN First Anniversary in San Jose, CA September 14-15, 2013 Two important events took place on September 14-15, 2013 in San Jose, California, USA. Read More THE COUNCIL OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN TODAY’S VIETNAM Freedom – Justice – Peace JOINT STATEMENT We, Khmers-Krom, represented by the Supreme National Council of Kampuchea-Krom (SNC-KK); Chams, by the Council for Social and Cultural Development of Champa (CSCD-Champa); and the Montagnards*, by the People’s Congress of “Pays Montagnards du Sud”(PMS)** met and unanimously adopted a political measure based on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. This measure is intended to urgently find solutions to save our nations from the danger of total assimilation of our races which is being carried out by the present Vietnamese government. As a result, a multiracial leadership organization was founded and named the “Council of Indigenous Peoples in Today’s Vietnam” (CIP-TVN) with the specific mission, but not limited to, as follows: “The Council endorses and advocates for helping implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, as mandated, in the colonized homelands of the Council’s members. The Council not only recognizes and supports the political visions and aspirations of its members, but also champions its members to obtain the rights to self-determination and self-government for them as well. The Council equally honors the Khmer-Krom, and Montagnard people’s visions for sovereign nation states as their ultimate goals: Kampuchea-Krom (former French Cochinchina) for the Khmer-Krom people; and former French “Pays Montagnards du Sud” for the Montagnard people. Historically, these territories have been colonized by Vietnamese colonial authorities: on Champa since 1832, Cochinchina 1949, and PMS 1954. With its mission, the Council has been empowered to: Unite and mobilize all 30 indigenous peoples of the Council members within the colonized territories included in present day Vietnam, to do the following: Follow up with the United Nations on progress made in relation to the request submitted to the United Nations on July 13, 2010 in Geneva by the delegations of Khmer-Krom, Cham and the Montagnards during the 3rd Session of the UN Experts Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples; Combine all resources and efforts in order to bring awareness to the world about “injustices” and ethnic cleansing being imposed on our people by the present Government of Vietnam; Educate our people about their rights as set forth in the UN Declaration; Redeem our rights to self-determination and self-government as set forth; Reclaim the rightful ownership of our ancestral lands in order to save our nations from the present neo-colonialist Vietnamese, who nefariously plan to exterminate our races as well as our cultures, traditions, and languages (Article 8) Require the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to comply with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by: Recognizing us as “indigenous peoples” and start to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in full as mandated; Withdrawing all its colonial military installations out of our ancestral homelands Kampuchea-Krom; Champa; and the “Pays Montagnards du Sud” (Central Highlands), as specified in Article 30; Stop mining our mineral resources such as oil, natural gas, bauxite as specified in Article 32; Stop deforesting our homelands, destroying our environment and wildlife (Article 29); Stop making illegal Vietnamese population transfer into our occupied homelands with malicious intentions to assimilate and/or exterminate our races (Article 8); Stop concocting accusations, false prosecutions, wrongful imprisonment, and terrorizing of our people. Again, this Council earnestly requests the United Nations and the international community to save our races from the verge of extinction and consider placing our colonized homelands in the list of the “decolonization territories” so that we each may live as free nations in this civilized human world. Urgently implores all justice- and peace-loving people in the world to help save our races from the planned extinction while there is still time. Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S.A. 23 September 2012 *The Montagnards consist of 28 nations: Bahnar, Bru, Chrao, Chru, Cua, Gar, Halang, Hre, Hroi, Jarai, Jarai Hadrung, Jarai Puan, Jeh, Katu, Kayong, Koho, Ma, Mnong, Monom, Pakoh, Phuong, Rglai, Rhade, Rolom, Rongao, Sedang, Stieng, Tau-Oi. **Pays Montagnards du Sud or PMS literally means the Country of Mountaineers (Anak Cu Chiang) of South (Indochina) Recent News JANUARY 31, 2014 Vietnam Must Honor Commitments to Human Rights Council UN Issues Human Rights Recommendations for Vietnam Vietnam Advocacy Days March 26-27, 2014 February 3, 2014, UN Special Rapporteur James Anaya gave the keynote speech at the indigenous panel entitled "Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources: What is at Stake for Indigenous Peoples?" Report to the UN Special Rapporteur on Cultural Rights Champa History Book Debut and Forum on the Issues of Indigenous Peoples in Vietnam and CIP-TVN First Anniversary in San Jose, CA September 14-15, 2013 ADVOCACY MISSION TO THE U.S. CAPITOL On April 8-10 2013, the Council of Indigenous Peoples in Today’s Vietnam carried out its first important advocacy mission to Washington, DC. The delegation consisted of Tan Dara Thach, President, Vice Presidents Andrew Tu and Rong Nay, Council Members Kahleelah Porome, Kevin Champa, CamVan Tran, Anna Ksor Buonya, Dararoth Thach, and advisor, Kay Reibold. Read More U.S Congressional Hearing on Vietnam's Violations of Human Rights, April 11, 2013 See video of hearing at: http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/hearing/subcommittee-hearing-highlighting-vietnamese-government-human-rights-violations-advance-us Council of Indigenous Peoples in Today’s Vietnam Web Design: Better Image

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