A range of activities have been organised at the exhibition house No. 45 Trang Tien street, Hanoi, from October 22-25 to raise funds for Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims.
The activities, including a photo exhibition, a discussion and art performance, aims to raise the sense of responsibility among young people and the whole society in general for addressing consequences of the AO catastrophe.
They also reflect efforts made by the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin (VAVA) to struggle for justice for AO victims in Vietnam.
The activities also aims to share the will and efforts of AO victims in the journey for justice and show their aspirations for living and devoting to the nation as well as their hope for a green future with no chemical wars.
The “Aspiration Road” photo exhibition displays nearly 100 photos provided by the VAVA featuring the AO victims’ journey to find justice, their forgiveness and will, as well as the responsibility of the community.
Meanwhile, the discussion, entitled “Journey for Justice”, focuses on the serious consequences of the US’s chemical war on the environment and people in Vietnam and the victims’ hardships during their struggle for justice.VNA