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In this edition: Tibetan political prisoner Tashi Wangchuk released after five-year sentence; US adopts key legislation supporting Tibetans rights; Despite criticism, EU concludes negotiations on investment agreement with China; Two more deaths of Tibetans following torture in detention; National security programming for China’s new generation; (…)
The International Campaign for Tibet urges the UN Human Rights Council to investigate growing reports of torture in Tibet after Human Rights Watch reported the death of a Tibetan tour guide whom Chinese authorities tortured and abused.
In its latest bid to entrench securitization, the Chinese government has released guidelines to politically train an entire new generation of vigilant guards across China.
Dans le cadre de ses efforts de sécuritisation, le gouvernement chinois a publié des directives visant à éduquer une nouvelle génération de « gardiens vigilants de la sécurité nationale » à travers le pays.
The European Union has responded to the release of Tibetan political prisoner Tashi Wangchuk by calling on China to respect Tibetans’ rights.
At the end of 2020, a 19-yeard-old Tibetan monk died after he was beaten in police custody. Now, we’re asking our members to sign our petition to the UN, calling for an investigation into his case and the Chinese government’s cruel practice of torturing Tibetans for exercising their beliefs.
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.