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Devotion and Defiance examines the new wave of Communist Party crackdowns on Buddhism in Tibet, and the Tibetan people’s struggle for religious freedom in Tibet. This documentary was produced by the International Campaign for Tibet.
Explains the persecution of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, a highly-respected Tibetan lama facing a death sentence on unproven allegations of involvement in a bombing, and highlights the difficult conditions placed on Tibetan people. Click here to download as a PDF.
Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union on the Deportation of 18 Tibetan Asylum Seekers from Nepal to China 10492/03 (Presse 168) P67/03 Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union on the Deportation of 18 Tibetan Asylum Seekers from Nepal to China The EU is seriously concerned over the […]
On behalf of the European Union, the Presidency welcomes that representatives of the Dalai Lama are currently visiting China. The EU has long encouraged both sides to enter into dialogue. The EU hopes that this visit will pave the way for direct dialogue between Beijing and the Dalai Lama leading to a peaceful and lasting […]
(see: http://www.savetibet.org/media-center/ict-news-reports/european-union-urges-china-to-begin-dialogue-with-dalai-lama) The European Union’s External Affairs Commissioner, Chris Patten, today urged China to begin dialogue with the exiled leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama. Mr. Patten, who is on a visit to China, made this statement in Shanghai. He said he would like to see discussions between the Chinese leadership and the Dalai Lama, […]
PHR documents the problem of torture committed by Chinese authorities in Tibet against Tibetans now living as refugees in India. PHR also evaluates the physical and psychological consequences of torture in this population. Click here to download as a PDF.
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El Salvador, Ireland, Malaysia, Malta, Nicaragua, Philippines, and Thailand requested 3rd consideration of “The Question of Tibet” in the UN General Assembly. Resolution 2079 (XX) was adopted by the General Assembly by a vote of 43 to 26, with 22 abstentions. 18 December 1965 The General Assembly, Bearing in mind the principles relating to human […]
Malaya, Thailand, Ireland and El Salvador requested 2nd consideration of “The Question of Tibet” in the UN General Assembly. Resolution 1723 (XVI) was adopted by the General Assembly by a vote of 56 to 11, with 29 abstentions. 20 December 1961 The General Assembly, Recalling its Resolution 1353 (XIV) of 21 October 1959 on the […]
The Reports of ICJ on 1959 and 1960 were submitted to the United Nations Office with its conclusions on genocide and the evidence of Chinese activities in Tibet. Click here to download as a PDF.