ICT Inside Tibet: Rare admission of psychological impact on troops involved in counter-terror, oppressive policies
- Mon, 12/05/2016 - 19:20
A rare admission of psychological problems among police officers involved in implementing oppressive policies in the PRC, including trauma linked to the imposition of ‘stability maintenance’ and counter-terror policies, is made in a document obtained by ICT and published by a People’s Armed Police University College.
- Thu, 11/17/2016 - 19:43
Special report by the International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) and FIDH
- Fri, 03/11/2016 - 19:56
On September 9 of last year, a Tibetan journalist received an email with what looked like a link to a Google document about a controversial Buddhist sect.
- Wed, 12/23/2015 - 20:15
The Chinese-appointed former governor of Tibet has warned that the government needed to do more to tackle ethnic discrimination, state media said, in rare comments by a senior official on an issue more commonly taken up by rights groups.
- Wed, 12/09/2015 - 19:43
The chairman of China's top religious affairs committee, Zhu Weiqun, extended that war of words, telling a Chinese reporter that the Dalai Lama sympathized with the Islamic State.
- Tue, 12/01/2015 - 21:48
When officials forced an informal school run by monks near here to stop offering language classes for laypeople, Tashi Wangchuk looked for a place where his two teenage nieces could continue studying Tibetan.
- Fri, 10/16/2015 - 19:11
On the day before China's President Xi Jinping begins his State Visit to the UK, Fabian Hamilton MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet, will host a 'Stateless Lunch' to honour Tibetan, Uyghur and Chinese human rights defenders who have been imprisoned and intimidated by the Chinese government.
- Fri, 09/11/2015 - 20:11
Beijing's Tibet policies point to legacy of distrust of religious groups
- Mon, 12/29/2014 - 00:00
Chinese police have fired on Tibetan protesters demonstrating after a series of deadly self-immolations by people from Tibet campaigning against Chinese rule of their Himalayan region, a rights group said on Friday.
- Tue, 07/22/2014 - 18:46
Just hours after The New York Times posted an article about bogus Twitter accounts dedicated to spreading pro-China propaganda — and a Tibetan advocacy group demanded that the company take action — Twitter appears to have hit the kill switch on a score of the suspect accounts.