Resources & Organizations
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.
Viet Nam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) is the official representative of Vietnam’s Agent Orange victims. VAVA advocates for those affected by Agent Orange and organizes its members in sustainable development projects for the victims, their families and communities. It has become a strong voice blending politics and humanitarian assistance.
Advancing and protecting the rights guaranteed by the US Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Advocacy for children of Vietnam Veterans including second and third generation victims.
Reports by the 2002 Environmental Conference on Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam on the long-term consequences of war.
Law for the people since 1937.
Swords to Plowshares is a Bay Area-based nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting all veterans every step of the way.
Agent Orange disability benefits information for US veterans.
Exposing the true costs of war and militarism since 1985.
Chapter 160 of Veterans For Peace is an international chapter with members in Viet Nam & the USA
Official Vietnam-based organization.
Located in Hanoi, providing medical care, physical therapy, education and vocational training to Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange.
VNED is a Paris, France-based organization that helps children with disabilities caused by Agent Orange.
Multimedia news coverage on the enduring environmental and health consequences of Agent Orange contamination in Vietnam.
Documentary film (rereleased 2015) with many valuable resources.
It all started in 1967, with six Vietnam veterans marching together in a peace demonstration.
Traveling exhibit about US soldiers and veterans who opposed the war.