The International Campaign for Tibet called today for continued sanctions against Chinese official Wang Junzheng following his appointment as the top Communist Party of China leader in the Tibet Autonomous Region.
The 17th Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, which convened on 11-12 October, have confirmed three ministers to President Penpa Tsering’s Cabinet while rejecting his two other nominations.
A Chinese government response to an allegation letter by four UN experts and expert bodies regarding the cases of two detained Tibetans, Rinchen Tsultrim and Go Sherab Gyatso, confirms the concerns of rights groups, the International Campaign for Tibet said today.
At the 48th regular session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva today, Mélanie Blondelle delivered a statement on behalf of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR) urging the Council to pay more attention to the worsening human rights situation in Tibet and asking it to take concerted efforts to address it.
Leaders of the International Campaign for Tibet on both sides of the Atlantic answered questions from ICT members and the wider public during a virtual Town Hall this week.
At the ongoing 48th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Kai Mueller raised cases of arbitrary detention and disappearance of Tibetans and human rights issues related to development policies in Tibet.
The International Campaign for Tibet is deeply concerned about reports of a wave of detentions in eastern Tibet. amid a crackdown on Tibetan language activism and possession of images of the Dalai Lama.
The European Parliament adopted today a report on a new EU-China Strategy that expresses concerns about reports of coercive labor programs in Tibet, calls for free access to Tibetan areas for diplomats and journalists, and criticizes China’s control of the selection of religious leaders.
Four independent UN human rights experts and bodies have raised the cases of the detained Tibetans Rinchen Tsultrim and Go Sherab Gyatso in a communication to the Chinese government that became public today.
The International Campaign for Tibet today delivered a statement at the 3rd UN Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on Minority Issues, calling for an end to policies of Sinicization in Tibet and for a resumption of the Sino-Tibetan dialogue.