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[20 Jul 2009 | 2 Kommentare]
“Russisches Roulette”

Autor: Reiner Wenserit 20.07.2009
Der Wissenschaftliche Fortschritt ist wichtig  aber auch oftmals gefährlich. So war die Entdeckung der Kernspaltung und ihrer Reproduzierbarkeit, ein großer Schritt zur Erkenntnissen in der Elementarteilchenphysik, änderte das Atommodell und schenkte uns Quarks & Co.  Versetzte seitdem den Menschen aber auch in berechtigte Angst und Schrecken vor ihrem Nutzen. Ob Hiroshima oder Tschernobyl, sie brachte vielen Menschen schon kurz nach ihrer Entdeckung, Tod und Verderben. Je grösser der mögliche wirtschaftliche Nutzen ist, oder zur stärkung von Machtstrukturen dient, je größer ist auch …

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[21 Nov 2008 | Comments Off]
Iran: Minderjährigem droht Hinrichtung

Juvenile offender, Reza Alinejad is at imminent risk of execution for a crime he committed at the age of 17.

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[16 Sep 2008 | Comments Off]
Urgent Action: Gnadengesuch abgelehnt

Am 12.09.2008 hat der Begnadigungsausschuss das Gesuch von Troy Davis abgelehnt. !Update! Hinrichtung ausgesetzt!

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[1 Jul 2008 | Comments Off]

Press Statement TCHRD
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) commemorates the eleventh anniversary of the UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture to recognize the pain and suffering that victims and survivors of torture throughout the world has gone through.
In 1984, the General Assembly adopted the UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT), which entered into force on 26 June 1987. It was an important step in the much-needed process of globalising human rights …

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[24 Jun 2008 | Comments Off]

Check out www.racefortibet.org, ICT’s new Olympics campaign website and watch the online movie “China’s Perfect Zero”
ICT has grave concerns about the International Olympic Committee decision to award the 2008 Olympic Summer Games to China, a communist state that is acknowledged around the world to be a gross violator of human rights. After a half century, China continues to illegally occupy Tibet where its policies are designed to erode the Tibetan national identity and suppress the fundamental freedoms of the Tibetan people. Such policies are inconsistent …

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[27 May 2008 | Comments Off]

Press Release – United Nations Human Rights
The Human Rights Council held its seventh Special Session today and adopted a resolution on the negative impact on the realization of the right to food of the worsening world food crisis, caused inter alia by the soaring food prices.
In the resolution, which was adopted by consensus, the Council expressed grave concern at the worsening world food crisis, which seriously undermined the realization of the right to food for all and also expressed grave concern that this crisis threatened …

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[23 May 2008 | Comments Off]

Pressrelease – Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy [TCHRD]
China arrests 16 monks and 2 lay Tibetans in Markham County according to confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD).
For over a month the Chinese authorities have been conducting “Patriotic re-education” campaign in Woeser Monastery and Khenpa Lungpa Monastery in Garthog Township, Markham ( Ch: Mangkang) County, Chamdo Prefecture, (Ch: Qamdo) “Tibet Autonomous Region” (”TAR”).

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[10 Apr 2008 | Comments Off]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ly2Lu1AYcaA

While extending my warm greetings to all the Tibetans in Tibet, I would like to share some of my thoughts.
1. Since March 10 this year, we have witnessed protests and demonstrations in almost all parts of Tibet, even in a few cities in Mainland China by students, which are the outburst of long pent-up physical and mental anguish of the Tibetans and the feeling of deep resentment against the suppression of the rights of Tibetan people, lack of religious freedom and for trying to distort …

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