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Statement about Tibet Network’s use of Zoom

Tibet Network Statement: Our use of Zoom as a communication platform Tibet Network has been using Zoom as its main communication platform for hosting meetings, campaign working group discussions and public briefings. However, due to recent reports about the platform’s... Read More

United Nations: China Raise False Information about Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s Death

Press Release: 18 November 2015 [For Immediate Release] United Nations: China Raise False Information about Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s Death Tibet, Uyghur and Southern Mongolian activist leaders slam China’s defensive responses about torture abuses during the United Nations Committee on Torture... Read More

Candidatura de Beijing para los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno de 2022: Carta Abierta Conjunta al Comité Olímpico Internacional

Como tibetanos, uigures, mongoles del sur y chinos han, nos unimos para instarlos a ustedes, Miembros del Comité Olímpico Internacional, a no conceder otros Juegos Olímpicos a China. Todos los pueblos que representamos han sufrido como resultado del desprecio del... Read More

#Beijing2022: Protest and anger as Tibet campaigners respond to Beijing winning the 2022 Winter Olympic Games

MEDIA RELEASE: 31 July 2015 Read in Spanish In response to the International Olympic Committee’s decision to award the 2022 Olympic Games to China, the International Tibet Network said: “The IOC has sent the wrong message to the wrong people at... Read More

Beijing Winter Olympics 2022 Bid: Joint Open Letter to International Olympic Committee

Read in Spanish As Tibetans, Uyghurs, Southern Mongolians and Han Chinese we join together to urge you, International Olympic Committee members, not to award another Olympic Games to China. All of the people we represent have suffered as a result... Read More

Flames in Tibet: Five Years of Resistance and Repression

On 27 February 2009 Tapey, a young Tibetan monk, walked out into the street in Ngaba carrying a home-drawn Tibetan flag and a photograph of the Dalai Lama. He doused himself in petrol and set himself on fire, shouting slogans... Read More

Six Million Reasons to Hope

International Tibet Network Secretariat Year End Letter, 26 December 2014 2014 has been a year of ups and downs for Tibet. We celebrated the release from prison of film-maker Dhondup Wangchen, and were overwhelmed with relief when his assistant, Golog Jigme, escaped from persecution... Read More

Human #Rights365 = Human Rights for All

10 December 2014 To contact one of the spokespeople email campaigns@tibetnetwork.org or call: Tenzin Dorjee: +1 (646) 724 0748 Yang Jianli: +1 (857)472-9039 Enghebatu Togochog: +1 (917) 698-4367 Dolkun Isa (Rebiya Kadeer contact): +49 89 54321999   Read in Chinese... Read More