International Campaign for Tibet Europe has started a new initiative: ‘Tibet Talks Europe’, a series of online discussions about Tibet with politicians, academics, activists and experts!
UPCOMING TIBET TALKS
Tibet Talks Europe #3: EU-China relations and Tibet: How much space for human rights during the German EU Presidency?
From 1 july on, Germany will hold the EU Presidency for the following six months. What should Berlin and the EU aim to achieve in terms of the situation in Tibet? How should a more assertive, united and ambitious EU policy look like? The participants will discuss these issues from European and German perspectives. ICT will present its five points of action on Tibet which have been submitted to the German government.
Date: Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Time: 15:00 (Central European Timezone)
- Gyde Jensen, Chairwoman of the Human Rights Committee, German Bundestag
- Raphaël Glucksmann, Vice-Chair of the Sub-committee on Human Rights, European Parliament
- Vincent Metten, EU Policy Director, International Campaign for Tibet (Brussels office)
The discussion will be moderated by Kai Müller, Executive Director, International Campaign for Tibet (Germany office).
Location: The livestream will be broadcasted here, and on the ICT Germany Facebook page.
PAST TIBET TALKS
Tibet Talks Europe #1: China’s place in the Covid-19 world and its consequences for Tibet
This panel explored the contours of a post-Corona Tibet and its implications for meaningful engagement of European countries with China over Tibet.
Tibet Talks Europe #2: Dutch policy on Tibet (in Dutch)
On the day the lower chamber of the Dutch Parliament debates the Dutch China policy, Pim van Galen talked to Ducth MPs Martin van Helvert (CDA), Bram van Ojik (GroenLinks) en Christa Meindersma (ICT Europe) about the consequences of the Dutch China strategy for Tibet.