In this edition: New ICT Report: Shadow of dust across the sun: How tourism is used to counter Tibetan cultural resilience; First cases of Tibetan self-immolations in 2017; China and Tibet at the 34th Session of the UN Human Rights Council; US-China Presidential Summit; 2017 International Tibet Lobby Days; Tibet Friendship Parliamentary Group Formed in Sweden (…)
In this edition: European Parliament adopts resolution on Larung Gar and Ilham Tohti; Tibetan pilgrims compelled to return from Dalai Lama’s teaching in India; New ICT-FIDH Report: Dangers of China’s counter-terrorism law for Tibetans and Uyghurs; The Dalai Lama visits Mongolia; Tibetans sentenced to long prison terms for involvement in Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday celebration; New self-immolation protest in Tibet in December 2016 (…)
In this edition: Dalai Lama visits Europe, calls to engage in ‘constructive criticism’ of China; Tibet once again in the spotlight at the 33rd Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council; Mass expulsions at globally renowned Buddhist institutes follow demolitions; New Party boss in Tibet Autonomous Region associated with hardline campaigns, anti-Dalai Lama struggle; Two Tibetans, including well-known writer, detained just after release from prison (…)
In this edition: China Demolishes Tibet’s Largest Buddhist Academy Larung Gar; EU and China Hold their 18th Summit in Beijing; Dalai Lama’s 81st Birthday: Quiet Tributes in Tibet, Celebration Broken Up in Nepal; 2016 ‘Lhasa Consensus’ Draws Foreign Delegates to Endorse Beijing Propaganda on Tibet (…)
In this edition: ICT holds High-Level Roundtable on Counter-Terrorism in China; Beijing Bars German Parliament Human Rights Committee Chairman from China because of Tibet-related Events and Articles; His Holiness the Dalai Lama Meets President Obama in Washington DC; Composition of the New Tibetan Government in Exile Announced; ICT Highlights China’s Repressive Policies and “Security Architecture” in Tibet at UN Human Rights Council 32nd Session; Tibetan Protest Leaders Hospitalised as Chinese Police Suppress Demonstrations against Mining Project in Amchok (…)
In this edition: Golog Jigme, leading human rights defender, briefs European Parliament and high-level officials in Brussels; Unprecedented diplomatic action on China’s human rights record at the 31st Session of the Human Rights Council; Xi Jinping’s visit to Czech Republic sparks protests; Exiled Tibetans vote to elect their political leader and Parliamentarians; Two new self-immolations in February 2016 (…)
In this edition:China’s first counter-terror law and its implications for Tibet; European Parliament report on EU-China relations deplores deteriorating human rights situation in Tibet and China; News of the Dalai Lama’s medical treatment prompts long life prayers in Tibet (…)
In this edition: New ICT report “Blue gold from the highest plateau: Tibet’s water and global climate change” published amid COP21 talks; Visit of EUSR for Human Rights to China & 34th EU-China Human Rights dialogue held in Beijing; Activities in the European Parliament; US Congressional delegation visit to China; UN activities: UPR of Nepal and China’s CAT Review; President Xi Jinping’s visit to the UK; Tibetan exiles participate in preliminary election for new leadership; Wave of solo peaceful protests in Ngaba: repression and further restrictions imposed (…)
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) published the 50th edition of its Tibet Brief newsletter. The Tibet Brief is an ICT publication for policy-makers, providing concise information and perspectives on the political, economic and human rights situation in Tibet.
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) published the 49th edition of its Tibet Brief newsletter. The Tibet Brief is an ICT publication for policy-makers, providing concise information and perspectives on the political, economic and human rights situation in Tibet.