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Assaulting Identity: China’s New Coercive Strategies in Tibet’
In a new 46 page report published today (22 March), ‘Assaulting Identity: China’s New Coercive Strategies in Tibet’ [1], Tibet
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UNPRECEDENTED CALL BY UNITED NATIONS EXPERTS: CHINA MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN TIBET  TIBET ADVOCACY COALITION
A-Nya Sengdra
For immediate release: 19 May 2020 UN EXPERTS CALL ON CHINA TO RELEASE TIBETAN NOMAD AND ENVIRONMENT ACTIVIST, A-NYA SENDGRA
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
13 States criticise China’s abuses in Tibet at the UN Human Rights Council  [1] Diplomatic support for Tibet [2] increased at the
Ambassador Haley Listens on as Secretary Pompeo Delivers Remarks to the Press on the UN Human Rights Council
Tibet Advocacy Coalition regrets US withdrawal from UN Human Rights Council, expressing fear that China’s bullying will prevail Contacts:Urgyen Badheytsang,
Larung Gar
Severe human rights restrictions in Tibet spark high level concern from United Nations rights experts. China to account for mass
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
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Tibet Advocacy Coalition (Tibet Justice Center, Students for a Free Tibet, International Tibet Network) Thursday 19 June, UN Geneva Calling
One million stand for Tibet
Joint Press Statement, for immediate release 12 November 2013High Resolution Photos & Video available: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oj1zzswcwe6l67n/ne-1s55XrU 1 million stand for Tibet