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Report - Commemoration of the 58th Anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day (2017) PDF Print E-mail

[13 March 2017] On 10 March 1959, Tibetans rose up against China's occupying forces. Thousands were killed and the aftermath led to the Dalai Lama and hundreds of thousands of Tibetans fleeing into exile in India. This year, Tibetans and Tibet supporters commemorated the 58th anniversary by remembering those who have died during China's occupation and calling for freedom and human rights in Tibet.

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Young Farmer Stages First Tibetan Self-Immolation of 2017 PDF Print E-mail

[20 March 2017] Pema Gyaltsen (also known as Pegyal) set himself on a fire around 4pm local time on Saturday, 18th March 2017, near Tsoga monastery in Nyagrong (in Chinese: Xinlong) in Kham region of eastern Tibet in a protest against the Chinese rule in Tibet.

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Larung Gar demolitions and evictions recommence PDF Print E-mail
[17 February 2017] Following a short winter break, Chinese authorities have recommenced demolitions and forced evictions at the Larung Gar Buddhist Institute in eastern Tibet. Those evicted have been forced to sign pledges never to return and are subject to political re-education classes. In addition, local authorities have introduced new restrictions for those wishing to study at the Institute.
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Tibet: Less freedom than North Korea PDF Print E-mail
[31 January 2017] For the second consecutive year, Tibet has ranked as the second worst place in the world for freedom and human rights, according to a report published by Freedom House. Countries with appalling human rights records such as North Korea and Eritrea ranked better than Tibet; only Syria was considered worse out of the 210 countries and territories assessed.
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Tibetan language advocate indicted, trial imminent PDF Print E-mail
[18 January 2017] Tashi Wangchuk is facing an imminent trial, following the resubmission of his case to the Yushu Intermediate Peoples Court. Tashi, a Tibetan language advocate, was arrested a year ago after The New York Times featured his work.
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Chinas rule over Tibet highly repressive: Human Rights Watch PDF Print E-mail
[13 January 2017] Respected international NGO Human Rights Watch has published its annual World Report on human rights. The report includes a stinging rebuke of Chinese President Xi Jinping's leadership, stating "the outlook for fundamental human rights... remains dire." The report highlights China's increased limitations on freedoms of expression, religion and assembly throughout 2016, and states Beijing's rule over Tibet remained "highly repressive".
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