Coinciding with the adoption of Nepal’s Universal Periodic Review at the UN Human Rights Council, this episode of Tibet Talks Europe explored China’s growing influence in Nepal and what it means for Tibetans living in the country.
Video recording of the meeting between participants to the 2021 European Tibet Lobby Day and Members of the European Parliament held on 19 April 2021.
Coinciding with the World Press Freedom Conference, this episode of Tibet Talks Europe explored the lack of access to Tibet for foreign journalists through the first-hand testimonies of journalists who have tried to uncover the reality of the situation in Tibet.
In the first edition in French of the Tibet Talks Europe, ICT’s EU Policy Director Vincent Metten interviewed French tibetologist Katia Buffetrille about her recent book and the current situation in Tibet.
In this edition of the Tibet Talks Europe, Members of Parliaments discussed the Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi’s European tour and the EU-China leaders’ meeting and their implications for Tibet.
In this editions of the Tibet Talk Europe, participants discussed the implications of recent development in EU-China relations and the German EU Presidency for Tibet.
On the occasion of the 31st birthday of the Panchen Lama, the Abbot of Tashi Lhunpo monastery has sent a special message to ICT supporters.
On 10 March 2019, the 60th anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising Day, around 3 500 Tibetans and Tibet activists from all over Europe gathered in Brussels for a massive rally. Below is a small aftermovie produced by ICT following the event.
Video recording of the conference on Access to Tibet and the Practice of Reciprocity jointly organised by ICT and FIDH on 21 November 2018 in the European Parliament.
On April 25, 2018 French President Emmanuel Macron, on his first official visit to the United States, held a town hall question and answer session with George Washington University students in the U.S. capital. One student raised a question on a possible meeting between the President and the Dalai Lama.