CÔNG LÝ CHO NHỮNG NGƯỜI CON LAI ĐẠI HÀN
We are appealing for help and support from the Vietnamese community in the UK. Having just returned from Vietnam, a beautiful country, we have been exposed to a hidden story that the international community has yet to hear. While there, we heard numerous stories from people of alleged sexual violence perpetrated on Vietnamese women by South Korean soldiers during the Vietnam War. As a result, many of these women bore children known as the “Lai Dai Han” or children of mixed blood. Today between 10,000 – 30,000 Lai Dai Han live in poverty and the shadows of Vietnamese society.
We want to fight for the voices of any Vietnamese women exploited in this way and shine a spotlight on this injustice. South Korea should acknowledge their role in any such suffering, apologise and compensate these victims of war crimes. Due to the passage of time, the number of surviving alleged women victims is falling, but the number of their surviving children is estimated to run into the tens of thousands. The need for justice is urgent. We are asking for the following help:
1. Please sign up your support on the www.LaiDaiHanJustice.org website. All you need do is enter your email address. There is no need to enter the postcode or country if you do not wish to give that information. Every sign up makes our campaign stronger. Signing up will allow us to keep in touch with you.
2. Please email us your thoughts, opinions and any information or knowledge that you may have on this issue to[email protected] We welcome your input.
Please support our call for Justice for the Lai Dai Han. Thank you for your interest,
The Justice for Lai Dai Han Team