At the 38th round of the EU-China Human Rights Dialogue held on 17 February in Brussels, the European Union conveyed its serious concern at the persistent restrictions on the exercise of fundamental freedoms, use of forced labour, limits on due process rights and lack of judicial independence in China and the particularly vulnerable situation of […]
Europe and Tibet
The European Union should suspend its upcoming human rights dialogue with the Chinese government, given the magnitude of China’s rights crisis, including its potential responsibility for crimes against humanity in the Xinjiang region, 10 human rights groups including ICT said today.
On the occasion of the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which started on Jan. 1, the International Campaign for Tibet and the Swedish Tibet Committee have called on the Swedish government to promote a new EU policy on China and on the Sino-Tibetan conflict.
On the occasion of the Czech Republic assuming the Presidency of the Council of the EU, participants in a conference on Tibet and Europe in the Senate of the Czech Republic expressed the need to reassess the policy of the EU and its member states on the legal status of Tibet, particularly in light of the war in Ukraine and China’s disregard of international norms.
A delegation of three members of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile – the legislative body of the Tibetan government-in-exile based in Dharamsala, India – will embark on a European tour from 13 November to 1 December to raise awareness about the alarming human rights situation in Tibet and call for European support for the Tibetan vision of a democratic society in the heart of Asia.
EU Statement at the 51st Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council – 26 September 2022
On the occasion of the Czech Republic Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which starts on 1 July , the International Campaign for Tibet and Czechs Support Tibet have called on the Czech government to promote a new EU China policy with human rights at its center.
The European Union has highlighted the further worsening of the overall human rights situation in China and the continuing repressive policies of the Chinese government in Tibet.
En amont de l’élection présidentielle française de 2022, dont le premier tour aura lieu ce dimanche 10 avril, certains candidats ont précisé à ICT leurs positions sur la question tibétaine.
Remarks by President Charles Michel after the EU-China summit via videoconference