Non-profit advocacy group the International Campaign for Tibet recently urged US President Joe Biden to raise the issue of Tibet-China conflict resolution with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, both internally and publicly, during their expected meeting in the US next month.
Activist group Student for Free Tibet (SFT), a prominent Tibetan student organization, recently demonstrated outside the United Nations headquarters in New York City when Chinese Vice President Han Zheng was visiting the UNGA gathering.
A Swedish Partmaient delegation, which is led by MP Margareta Elisabeth Cederfelt, on Monday visited the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile and discussed issues related to Tibet with the members in Dharamshala.
UN-appointed independent rights experts have called on the Chinese Government to provide information about nine Tibetan human rights defenders serving prisoner sentences of up to 11 years.
Indian Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh recently hosted an exhibition titled ‘Mapping Tibet' at the Tibet Museum in Dharamshala town.
Ahead of China’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council in January 2024, the International Campaign for Tibet and the International Federation for Human Rights recently submitted a report on the human rights violations occurring in Tibet.
New Delhi: China has reportedly protested a weekend meeting between the Dalai Lama and the US coordinator for Tibetan affairs, saying on Monday that “no external forces have the right to interfere” in the affairs of Tibet.
Lhasa: Chinese authorities are forcing monasteries and monks in Tibet to denounce all ties with the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama, according to a report by Radio Free Asia (RFA).
Chinese authorities have allegedly arrested four Tibetan students as they attempted to flee to India.
A top Tibetan leader has asked for the establishment of an alliance of like-minded diplomatic allies and partners in confronting the common opponent China, media reports said.
Lhasa: China is trying to legitimize its claim over Tibet through museums, and cultural institutions in the region, media reports said.
Lhasa: Tibetan rights groups National Congress, US-Tibet Committee, Students for Free Tibet (SFT), Chushi Gangdruk NYNJ, and other non-governmental organisations recently participated in a rally at the New York Chinese Consulate to protest against China’s colonial boarding school system in occupied Tibet which has separated nearly 1 million Tibetan children aged 6 and 18 from their mothers, media reports said.
Lhasa: The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) has voiced its concern over the condition of women in Tibet.
Beijing: The Chinese government has imposed new rules for tourists who wish to visit the Tibet Autonomous Region.
New York: So-called “labour transfer” and “vocational training” programmes in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, threaten Tibetan cultural identity and could lead to forced labour conditions, UN independent human rights experts warned on Thursday.