Veterans for Peace (VFP)
Veterans For Peace is a national organization founded in 1985 that is composed of men and women veterans of all eras and duty stations spanning the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), World War II, the Korean, Vietnam, Gulf and current Iraq wars as well as other conflicts. We provide military counseling, benefits assistance, engage in advocacy and public speaking, provide information and activity about Agent Orange and have chapters nationwide. VFP sends delegations to Vietnam (a recent one visited Agent Orange victims) and supports delegations visiting from Vietnam, including those of Agent Orange victims. Read a history of VVAW & VFP Agent Orange organizing.
• www.veteransforpeace.org National website
• www.vsasf.org/voices.html Veterans Speakers Alliance, a speakers bureau run by VFP Chapter 69, San Francisco, veteransforpeaceSF@gmail.com, 415.571.9962
Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW)
Fighting for Veterans, Peace and Justice since 1967
VVAW began their organizing for Vietnamese and American victims of Agent Orange in 1971. They are still going strong and providing services including:
Confidential military counseling: discharge counseling; legal, treatment, military discharge or compensation for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Agent Orang poisoning, uranian poisoning or other medical or mental condition and mental health referrals for GI's and veterans; VA claim and discharge upgrade help; counter-recruiting and draft info; help with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, Agent Orange poisoning and claims; and much more.
The Veteran Newsletter full of current articles. Also current news commentary , events and more.
Marty Webster, National Co-Coordinator
Agent Orange Second Generation Victim
Website of second generation Agent Orange victim Heather Bowser, whose father died from Agent Orange related illness/ Heather Bowser suffers from multiple birth defects as a result of her father's exposure. A licensed professional clinical counselor and therapist, she is an advocate for the many second and third generation Agent Orange victims in the U.S. and in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA)
Hội Nạn nhân chất độc Da cam/Dioxin
Suites 205-208, B17, Lương Đình Của Street
Đống Đa District, Hà Nội
Tel: +84 4 574 5657
Fax: +84 4 574 5658
Account: 0011370863710 - USD
and 0011140863770 - EURO at Vietcombank
Old Tel. +84 4 762-8577 / 762-9452 / 762-9787
Old Fax: +84 4 762-9452
Agent Orange-Connected Disabled Veterans of Vietnam War of Korea
#140-190 406-01, Huam-dong
Tel. +82 2 794 9800
Fax: +82 2 319 1100
British-Vietnam Friendship Association
Flat 2, 26 Tomlins Grove, London E3 4NX UK
Tel: 181 980 7146
The British-Vietnam Friendship Association and its charasmatic founder, Len Aldis, raise awareness and funds for the Vietnamese people in Great Britian, especially those suffering from the effects of Agent Orange.
At Canadian Forces Base Gagetown in New Brunswick Canada the military sprayed over 1.3 million litres of delfoliants from 1956 to 1984. Today the Canadian government will only speak of spraying two 45 gallon drums of defoliant during 1966 and 1967. Visit www.agentorangealert.com
Association Vietnam les Enfants de la Dioxine at http://www.vned.org.
Siège : 9 rue du 2 décembre 1870, 94360 Bry sur Marne
Tel : +14 583 1269 - 06 88 77 21 93
Pour tout renseignement: email@example.com
ou au secrétariat: marie-hélène.firstname.lastname@example.org
Présidente : Mme Loan Vo
42A rue du Canal
Email : email@example.com
Secrétaire Générale : Mme Marie-Hélène Hofmann
2 square Linné
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16, rue du Petit Musc, 75004 Paris
Contact Presse: Minh Nguyen +14 06 60 58 15 71
Web blog spot in Spain with Emilio Astier Amigós de los afectados del agente naranja containing links to the newest 2-part TV series in Spain on Agent Orange in Vietnam, November 25 & 28 2008
Documentos TV T22: Lluvia tóxica.