A new code of conduct for members of the Chinese Communist Party in the Tibet Autonomous Region explicitly forbids party members from all forms of religiosity in both public and private life.
The European Parliament adopted today a resolution that calls on the European Union and its member states to decline invitations to attend the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics unless “the Chinese Government demonstrates a verifiable improvement in the human rights situation.
The Nepali government failed to commit to respecting and protecting the rights of Tibetan refugees in the country, FIDH and International Campaign for Tibet denounced today during the United Nations Universal Periodic Review (UPR).
A new report by Human Rights Watch reveals how Chinese authorities are applying the principle of preemptive security to control all aspects of Tibetan life with the apparent aim of deterring Tibetans from displaying loyalty to the Dalai Lama and their religious traditions.
At the ongoing session of the UN Human Rights Council today, Vincent Metten delivered a statement on behalf of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights raising concerns with regard to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing in light of the widespread human rights violations committed by China.
The Board of Directors of International Campaign for Tibet Europe is delighted to announce that Wangpo Tethong will be the new Executive Director. He succeeds Tsering Jampa, who established the office in 1999 and is going into retirement in October 2021.
Tibetans are straining under the crushing weight of a totalitarian one-party dictatorship. The Tibetan people have no say in running their own affairs; all important decisions are made by the CCP and non-Tibetans dominate key leadership posts.
At the ongoing 47th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva today, Melanie Blondelle delivered a statement on behalf of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights calling on China to respect the cultural rights of Tibetans with regard to language and education.
On International Olympic Day today, the International Campaign for Tibet and other organisations held a protest in Brussels to call upon the European Union to take a firm stance against the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in light of the Chinese Government’s severe human rights violations.
In a joint declaration following their summit held today in Brussels, the European Union and the United States have underlined their shared concerns about China’s human rights violations, including in Tibet.