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Targeted Groups
Alert Status
Genocide Stage(s)
  • Pro-democracy activists and protesters

  • Women and LGBTQ+ community members

  • Dega and Montgnard Teams

  • Chams

  • Vietnamese government and authorities

Stage 3: Discrimination


The Dega are a group of peoples that live in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. The Dega were known as Montagnards by French colonial authorities, a term meaning “mountain dwellers.” The Dega are divided into sub-groups, including the Jarai, Rhade, Bahnar, and Koho. They are culturally and linguistically distinct from the majority Kinh (Vietnamese) population. The Dega have a long history of conflict with and discrimination at the hands of the Vietnamese majority.

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Vietnam: Activists and Bloggers Under Attack

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Persecuting “Evil Way” Religion: Abuses against Montagnards in Vietnam

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Vietnam arrests blogger for ‘opposing the state’ just hours after human rights meeting with US

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