The European Union has responded to the release of Tibetan political prisoner Tashi Wangchuk by calling on China to respect Tibetans’ rights.
The International Campaign for Tibet welcomes the release of Tibetan language rights advocate Tashi Wangchuk, who just completed a five-year prison sentence for speaking to Western media about the importance of protecting the Tibetan language.
A new US law on Tibet sends an encouraging message to democracies around the globe about challenging China’s oppression of the Tibetan people, a European think tank says in a recent commentary.
The International Campaign for Tibet calls for an independent investigation into the death of the young Tibetan monk Tenzin Nyima who died after being beaten in custody.
The self-immolation of a young man in Tibet in 2015 has reportedly come to light after the Chinese government successfully kept it hidden for more than five years.
The Swedish climate activist, 18, and the Tibetan Buddhist leader, 85, were unlikely but effective partners a few days ago at the Mind & Life Institute’s “A Conversation on the Crisis of Climate Feedback Loops,” which streamed live to millions of people around the globe.
Ahead of the upcoming Plenary session of the European Parliament, ICT and 35 other civil society organisations have launched a Joint Appeal to the European Institutions calling for the inclusion of enforceable human rights clauses in the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment.
Several thousand Tibetans in exile voted on Jan. 3, 2021 in the first round of the two-round elections for the president and the parliament of the Central Tibetan Administration.
Update: The Tibetan Policy and Support Act was signed by the US president on 27 December 2020. It is now US law. Congress today passed a bill that will dramatically upgrade US support for Tibetans in key areas, including by sanctioning Chinese officials if they try to appoint the next Dalai Lama. The Tibetan Policy […]
For expressing her thoughts on the popular Chinese social media app WeChat, the Trika County Public Security Bureau placed a Tibetan woman named Tsering Tso in 10 days of administrative detention last month.