The International Campaign for Tibet on 2 December 2021 delivered a statement at the 14th Session of the UN Forum on Minority Issues, calling for an end to Chinese policies of “Sinicization” in Tibet and for a resumption of the Sino-Tibetan dialogue.
The United States on 6 December announced to impose a diplomatic boycott on the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics – a stand commended by ICT.
After France and the Netherlands, Tibetan activist and filmmaker Dhondup Wangchen, who spent 6 years in jail for his film “Leaving Fear Behind”, has continued his European advocacy tour with a three-day visit in Belgium this week.
In the eastern Tibetan areas of Amdo and Kham (incorporated into the Chinese provinces of Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu), where over half the Tibetan population live, numerous reports have emerged of attacks on Tibetan language and Buddhist study.
On 30 November, the International Campaign for Tibet, in collaboration with the Tibetan Community in Belgium, will be hosting a film screening of the Tibetan documentary Leaving Fear Behind in presence of its realisator and former political prisoner Dhondup Wangchen.
In this episode of the Tibet Talks Europe, participants will discuss (in French) the upcoming French EU Presidency and how it could try and advance human rights in China and Tibet.
A new briefing paper from the International Campaign for Tibet documents how the Chinese government has escalated its repression in Tibet since hosting the 2008 Olympics. China will host the Olympics again early next year.
In this episode of Tibet Talks Europe, Christelle will discuss with ICT Europe’s EU Policy Director Vincent Metten the dynamics at stake around visiting Tibet, her own experience travelling in the region, as well as current human rights issues.
As world leaders meet for a critical UN global climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, the Dalai Lama has a message for them: the future is in our hands.
Today in Amsterdam, International Campaign for Tibet-Europe Executive Director Tsering Jampa received the Knighthood in the Order of Orange-Nassau—a prestigious Dutch Royal Distinction—for her substantial efforts to defend and promote the fundamental rights of the Tibetan people.