The Aspen Institute's Agent Orange in Vietnam Program (AOVP) is a multi-year project to help Americans and Vietnamese address the continuing health and environmental impact of herbicides sprayed in Vietnam during the war. More >
JUNE 2015: SENATOR LEAHY ON ADDRESSING AGENT ORANGE
Panel Discussion with Tim Rieser, Democratic Clerk, Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on State and Foreign Operations; Le Ke Son, Director, Vietnam National Research Program on Agent Orange; and Charles Bailey, Former Director, Agent Orange in Vietnam Program, Aspen Institute. [Transcript
CURRENT REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS
The U.S.-Vietnam Dialogue Group on Agent Orange/Dioxin is a bi-national advocacy committee of private citizens, scientists and policy-makers working to draw greater attention to the Agent Orange issue and to mobilize resources. To read the Plan of Action and Annual Reports, click here.
|Susan Berresford |
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Charles Bailey joined the Aspen Institute in May 2011 to direct its Agent Orange in Vietnam Program. From 1997 to 2007 he was based in Hanoi, Vietnam, where he headed the Ford Foundation’s grant making in, economic development, international relations, arts and culture, sexuality and reproductive health and higher education. In 1998... More »