Posts tagged with: human rights

Alphabet Inc. AGM |Drop Google Dragonfly TIBETAN, UYGHUR AND CHINESE ACTIVISTS URGE GOOGLE: “RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS, DON’T DO CHINA’S DIRTY WORK” LIVE ONLINE BRIEFING CONCERNING GOOGLE DRAGONFLY – THE CENSORED CHINA SEARCH ENGINE – AND THE COMPANY’S COMPLICITY IN CHINA’S...
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[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 companies search engine project, Dragonfly. The coalition say it “fail...
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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 Executive Carrie Lam made the announcement, saying “I feel deep...
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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 continents, to call on the Google to scrap its controversial...
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20 December 2016, For Immediate Release Contacts: Tenzin Jigdal, International Coordinator (Tibetan, English) + 91 9882255516, jigdal@tibetnetwork.org Penghsuan Lee, East Asia Coordinator (Chinese, English) + 886 912545542, penghsuan@tibetnetwork.org   [Taipei] International Tibet Network’s Secretariat expresses its deep concern at the...
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In 2014, following China’s 2nd cycle Universal Periodic Review, China committed to comply with crucial recommendations spanning economic, cultural, and social rights, as well as non-derogable rights, such as freedom from torture. However, since the 2nd-cycle UPR, China has unleashed an increased...
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Media Release from International Tibet Network and Free Tibet  16 February 2015: Immediate Release Alistair Currie of Free Tibet, London, said: “In 2008, worldwide attention on repression in Tibet and the international campaign by Tibet activists served notice to the International Olympic...
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