All posts by: Alison

Tibet campaigners laud success after Google confirms “no plans to offer a search engine in China” Announcement follows a global outcry at the company’s controversial development of ‘Project Dragonfly’ After nearly 10 months of campaigning, Tibetans and Tibet campaigners are...
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Alphabet Inc. AGM |Drop Google Dragonfly TIBETAN, UYGHUR AND CHINESE ACTIVISTS URGE GOOGLE: “RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS, DON’T DO CHINA’S DIRTY WORK” LIVE ONLINE BRIEFING CONCERNING GOOGLE DRAGONFLY – THE CENSORED CHINA SEARCH ENGINE – AND THE COMPANY’S COMPLICITY IN CHINA’S...
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UPDATE 15 June: International Tibet Network welcomes the news that the Hong Kong government has “suspended” its plan to allow extraditions to Mainland China. On 15 June Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam made the announcement, saying “I feel deep...
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Tibet Network Statement, 4 June 2019 On the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre we remember how 1989 became a year of widespread escalating repression by the ruling Communist Party of China.   In early March 1989 massive demonstrations in...
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2019 marks numerous significant anniversaries; 30 years since the Tiananmen Square massacre, 25 years since the Rwandan Genocide, 20 years since the 1999 East Timorese crisis, and 60 years since hundreds of thousands of Tibetans took to the streets of...
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UN GENEVA: CHINA DISMISSES KEY HUMAN RIGHTS RECOMMENDATIONS ON TIBET Campaigners express shock at China’s claim to have “accepted and implemented” a call to resume dialogue on Tibet China has rejected 62 out of 346 recommendations made during the United...
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Dear Chairman Xi, We are writing to you on International Mother Language Day, a day to embrace and enjoy cultural and linguistic diversity and multilingualism. Every year since 2000, this day has been marked around the world with the aim...
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13 States criticise China’s abuses in Tibet at the UN Human Rights Council  [1] Diplomatic support for Tibet [2] increased at the United Nations Human Rights Council as nine countries [3]  raised 12 recommendations concerning China’s human rights abuses in Tibet during China’s...
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23 August 2018 China blocks release of jailed Tibetan rights activist Tashi Wangchuk We are appalled to learn today that a Chinese court has rejected the appeal of imprisoned Tibetan language advocate Tashi Wangchuk. [1] This once again demonstrates that...
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For Immediate Release 23 August 2018 Tibet Groups  have reacted in anger today at the news that the five year prison sentence for language rights advocate Tashi Wangchuk was upheld on 13 August. Tashi’s lawyer, Liang Xiaojun tweeted today that...
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