All posts by: Jigme

Joint Members’ Statement, 19 December 2013 Tibet campaigners deeply concerned about Spanish government threats to close down Tibet lawsuits. Decisions by Spain’s independent judiciary to indict and order arrest warrants for former Chinese leaders have angered China. Contacts: Alan Cantos,...
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Prime Minister David Cameron will visit China between 2 – 4 December 2013. Prior to his visit International Tibet Network Members Groups sent a joint letter urging him to ensure he raised Tibet at the highest level while in China,...
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One year on and no sign of Xi changing failed Tibet policies Joint Network Members Sign-on Statement For release 14 November 2013 First twelve months of China’s 5th generation leadership marked by increased repression in Tibet, including shootings of unarmed Tibetans, and...
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Joint Press Statement, for immediate release 12 November 2013 High Resolution Photos & Video available: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oj1zzswcwe6l67n/ne-1s55XrU 1 million stand for Tibet worldwide as UN member states let China walk back onto Human Rights Council Following China Rights Review, governments must...
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China’s Universal Periodic Review Press Release 22 October, 2013 For Immediate Release Contact: Padma Dolma, Campaign & Europe Director, Students for a Free Tibet, +41 788 966 390 Iona Liddell, Tibet Justice Centre, + 44 7712 570736 Mandie McKeown, International...
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International Tibet Network Joint Statement 9 October 2013, for Immediate Release Shooting of unarmed Tibetans in Central Tibet further damages China’s reputation as Universal Periodic Review approaches International Tibet Network condemns China’s violent suppression of Tibetan peaceful resistance against provocative...
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Chinese People’s Armed Police open fire in Tawu, eastern Tibet, on Dalai Lama’s birthday celebrations; up to nine Tibetans reported to be injured Tibet movement expresses shock at violent response to peaceful gathering Incident casts doubt on speculation of policy...
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Unite for Tibet: Campaigners urge G20 leaders to jointly tackle crisis in Tibet, as Xi Jinping attends first major multilateral summit Press Release  4 September, 2013 New global approach needed to challenge Chinese President’s failed Tibet policies Contacts: Tenzin Jigme,...
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Press Release – G8 Leaders Unite for Tibet 17 June 2013 Unite for Tibet: Activists urge G8 leaders to “lead the way” at Northern Ireland summit New report exposes China’s hollow threats and calls for multilateral action on Tibet Contacts:...
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International Tibet Network Statement, 13 February 2013. China passes suspended death sentence on Tibetan monk and detains at least 70 further Tibetans. Global Tibet movement calls for joint action by world governments to urgently address China’s crackdown in Tibet. Contact:...
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