In the presence of the Board and nearly 30 staff of the International Campaign for Tibet, Dr. Jan Andersson was thanked at a dinner in Pomaia, Italy last week for his decades of service to Tibet.
At the 54th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, the International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) has once again highlighted the worrying pattern of enforced disappearances and arbitrary arrests in Tibet.
In a notice dated 10 September, the government of Dzoghe Mema (Chinese: Zuogaimanma) Town in Tsoe (Hezuo) city, Gansu, ordered thousands of out-of-town Tibetan Buddhist devotees, who had congregated to receive a Kalachakra religious teaching, to leave the town. The religious teaching took place from 15 to 17 September.
In a recently published personal account, Tibetan language rights activist and ex-political prisone Tashi Wangchuk describes how a group of masked men attacked him in the night of 19 August 2023 in his hotel room.
The International Campaign for Tibet welcomes US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken’s announcement of visa restrictions on Chinese officials for their involvement in the forcible assimilation of over 1 million Tibetan children in government-run boarding schools.
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.
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 […]
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.
Ahead of the upcoming Universal Periodic Review of China in the UN Human Rights Council, the International Campaign for Tibet and the International Federation for Human Rights have submitted a report detailing systematic and widespread patterns of rights violations in Tibet.