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Google: Where is your response to Tibetan, Uyghur and Chinese rights activists?

[London] In May 2019 a coalition of Tibetans, Uyghurs, Chinese and ethical consumer activists sent a fourth follow up letter to Google management raising strong and legitimate concerns about the...... Read More

Hong Kong: solidarity with anti-extradition law protesters

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...... Read More

30th Anniversary Tiananmen Square

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...... Read More

10 March 1959: 60 Years of Occupation – 60 Years of Resistance

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...... Read More

UN Geneva: China Dismisses Key Human Rights Recommendations on Tibet

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...... Read More

International Mother Language Day 2019 Tashi Wangchuk

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...... Read More

Tashi Wangchuk to launch new appeal against his five-year sentence for ‘incitement to separatism”

Joint Statement: For Immediate Release 18 January 2019 Tibetan activist and political prisoner, Tashi Wangchuk, denied a visit with his lawyer ahead of the three year anniversary of his detention...... Read More

Global protests outside Google offices builds pressure on company executives to officially announce the closure of Project Dragonfly

Friday, 18 January 2019 Media release, for immediate use To mark Internet Freedom Day, Tibetans, Tibet supporters and corporate campaigners gathered outside multiple Google offices in 10 countries, across 5...... Read More

Open Letter: Response to Google on Project Dragonfly, China, and Human Rights

International Tibet Network joins over 50 rights organisations calling on Google to abandon the censored search engine ‘Project Dragonfly’ being developed for the Chinese market. Dear Mr. Pichai, (Cc: Ben...... Read More

“Google should be our ally, not our target” – Coalition of Tibetans, Uyghurs, tech and China experts tells Google to drop Dragonfly, its bespoke censored search engine for China

Ahead of a U.S. Congressional Hearing that will examining Google’s transparency and accountability related to its data collection and use, global human rights campaigners – including a Senior Research Scientist...... Read More