UN human rights experts have called on the Chinese government to provide information about nine Tibetans imprisoned for their peaceful efforts to protect Tibet’s environment, which is crucial to the entire region.
This reports shows the impact Xi’s 10 years have had on Tibet, revealing how the Chinese president has securitized the Tibetan Plateau and tried to “Sinify” the Tibetan people – meaning turn them into Chinese.
In a new report, the International Campaign for Tibet shows the impact Xi’s 10 years have had on Tibet, revealing how the Chinese president has securitized the Tibetan Plateau and tried to “Sinify” the Tibetan people – meaning turn them into Chinese.
Gonpo Kyi, the sister of wrongfully imprisoned Tibetan businessman Dorjee Tashi, is bravely raising her voice against the appalling police brutality she faced while seeking to visit her incarcerated brother at Drapchi Prison, also known as Tibet Autonomous Region Prison No.1. Video clips obtained by the International Campaign for Tibet reveal the distressing incident that […]
A new report says recent patterns of growth in nighttime lighting concentrated in higher security facilities in Tibet indicate the Chinese government is imposing longer detentions and imprisonments on Tibetans.
Chinese police in northeastern Tibet have interfered in an important several days-long Buddhist ritual, the Kalachakra initiation ceremony, by stopping it and detaining the organizers.
As she returned once again to protest on 15 May, Gonpo Kyi, the elder sister of imprisoned Tibetan former businessman Dorjee Tashi, was forcibly dragged into a white police vehicle. Her status is unknown.
As the elder sister of imprisoned Tibetan former businessman Dorjee Tashi returned to protest again on 10 May, Chinese police forcibly removed her from the protest site after first repeating the tactic of blocking the area around her from public view with barriers.
China’s authorities in Tibet are withholding the “hukou” registration for as long as six years from Tibetans who have traveled abroad, leading to numerous problems in getting jobs or social services, according to recent reports.
Tibet is the least-free country on Earth, sharing the bottom spot with South Sudan and Syria in watchdog group Freedom House’s new global rankings.