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Media Statement: Immediate Release – 14 April 2018 China Remains Silent About Tibetan Rights Activist Tashi Wangchuk, 100 Days After His ‘Closed Door’ Trial Tibetans and Global Tibet Groups Demand His Immediate Release, Echoing Calls from United Nations Human Rights...
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Joint Letter to Prime Minister Theresa May The Rt. Honourable Theresa May, MP Prime Minister 10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA Madame Prime Minister, Theresa May As you prepare for your first visit to China as British Prime Minister, we...
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SUNDAY: Mobile Billboard Calling on Liverpool FC Owner to Drop Controversial Deal With Chinese Company, Tibet Water, to Circle Team’s Bus Route Before Manchester City Match Over 80,000 Demand  Liverpool FC Owner John W. Henry Cancel Deal with Tibet Water...
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Language Rights Advocate Tashi Wangchuk tried 4 January 2018 – No Verdict Yet Tashi Wangchuk, a 32-year old Tibetan shopkeeper and advocate for the rights of Tibetans to learn and study in the Tibetan language, went on trial in Yushu,...
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Press Release: Tibet Network’s report demonstrates Xi’s crushing of dissent both at home, and increasingly abroad, since taking power Xi Jinping opened China’s 19th Communist Party Congress today with a lengthy speech that included a strong reiteration of his intolerance of...
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Press Release: New report released ahead of China’s 19th Communist Party Congress Undoubtedly the most dominant leader that China has seen since Deng Xiaoping, Xi Jinping is expected to cement the power he has built over China’s Communist Party (CCP),...
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17 August 2017. Contacts: Dorjee Tseten, Co Chair of Tibet Network, Member of Tibetan Parliament + 1 646 753 3889 or Alison Reynolds, Executive Director, International Tibet Network, +44 7711 843884 “We condemn Hong Kong’s highly political sentencing of democracy leaders...
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International Tibet Network expresses profound grief at the death of Chinese dissident and Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo World governments must strongly and jointly condemn the inhumanity of China’s leadership, and increase pressure for Liu Xia and her brother to travel...
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Tashi Wangchuk, [1] a young Tibetan entrepreneur and language rights advocate who is awaiting trial on charges of “inciting separatism”, [2] has been awarded the ‘Tenzin Delek Rinpoche Medal of Courage’ in recognition of his courage and dedication to promoting...
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On the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China, we stand in solidarity with the people of Hong Kong and their aspirations for genuine democracy, self-governance and the rule of law. Democracy and human rights are the foundations of...
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