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G7 Urged to “Unite for Tibet”: Tibet Campaigners call on G7 leaders to jointly tackle escalating crisis in Tibet

New global approach is needed to challenge China’s failed Tibet policies 11 June 2024 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  [LONDON] Ahead of the 2024 G7 Summit in Italy[1], Tibet campaigners from all seven countries deliver an urgent message to global leaders to ‘Unite for Tibet’, calling on them to jointly tackle China’s repressive occupation of Tibet…

Asia Women and Rivers Congress – Solidarity Statement

In Chiang Rai, Thailand on 4-6 June 2024, 125 women leaders, Indigenous Peoples, community members, researchers, youth, legal experts, policymakers, and journalists from 18 countries gathered for the Asia Women and Rivers Congress. We, the women river guardians and stewards, raise our collective voices for our vital role in the protection of our mother rivers,…

G7: Joint Letter 2024

To Honourable G7 Leaders,  Re: Urgent action against China’s crackdown in Tibet We, a coalition of over 146 Tibet-related rights groups and over 17,400 Tibet supporters, are writing to you ahead of the G7 Leaders Summit in Italy on 13-15 June 2024, urging you to take firm joint action concerning China’s relentless crackdown on Tibet…

Joint Statement on the 35th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre

Thirty-five years ago, the Chinese government turned weapons against their own people in Beijing. As the tanks rolled into the city, millions of ordinary residents ran into the streets, standing bravely in front of the soldiers. Yet, the young protestors who opposed corruption and stood for freedom were brutally gunned down by the same government…

BRIEFING ON THE CURRENT SITUATION IN DEGE COUNTY, EASTERN TIBET | APRIL 2024

BRIEFING ON THE CURRENT SITUATION IN DEGE COUNTY, EASTERN TIBET | APRIL 2024 In late February 2024, Chinese police beat and arrested hundreds of residents of Dege County, including monks from local monasteries, who have been protesting the construction of a large hydropower dam on the Drichu River in Kardze (Ch: Ganzi) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture,…

TIBETANS ARRESTED IN ANTI DAM PROTEST – February 2024

24 February 2024: More than 1,000 Tibetans, including monks, have been arrested following protests against the building of a hydropower dam on the Drichu River [1] in Kham, Eastern Tibet [CH: ] Multiple non-violent protests have taken place with objection to the building of the Chinese dam, which will forcibly displace residents of two villages…

UN States Condemn China’s Human Rights Abuses in Tibet during Major UN Human Rights Review

Global Outcry: UN States Condemn China’s Human Rights Abuses in Tibet during Major UN Human Rights Review Calls for Justice and Accountability for Tibet Grow Louder, more than doubling the number of States raising Tibet than during last review 23 January 2023 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [Geneva] China faced an unprecedented challenge to its human…

Thermo Fisher Scientific commits to end sales of DNA test kits in occupied Tibet

Announcement comes after investors join Tibet activists in expressing concern about Thermo Fisher human ID products being used in human rights violations committed by Chinese authorities Tibet rights campaigners are pleased to learn that Boston-based biotech giant Thermo Fisher Scientific has committed to ensuring its DNA kits (human Identification – “HID” – products) will not…

Tibet campaigners claim victory as Thermo Fisher commits to end sales of DNA kits in occupied Tibet

Tibet campaigners welcome biotech giant’s U-turn following year-long campaign, and pledge to ensure that Thermo Fisher keeps its word Tibet rights campaigners have welcomed a commitment by Boston-based biotech giant Thermo Fisher Scientific to halt sales of its DNA test kits (“HID”) products to police in occupied Tibet. Thermo Fisher communicated this commitment to shareholders…

For Immediate Release:  10 October 2023 Tibet Activists call the re-election of China to the Human Rights Council an undeserved reward for repression Awarding a major human rights violator like China a seat on the leading rights body undermines Council’s credibility [10 October 2023] Tibet rights activists have today slated China’s re-election to the UN Human…

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