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[24 Jul 2008 | Comments Off]

Tourists are reportedly trickling back in to Tibet, four months after China effectively closed the area to foreigners.
That followed violent protests in Lhasa in March and unrest in the ethnic Tibetan areas of the neighbouring provinces of Gansu, Sichuan and Qinghai. But one man who has had access to the region is Dr John Powers.
Presenter: Tom Fayle
Speaker: Dr Powers, a scholar in Tibetan religion and culture at the Australian National University

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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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[1 Jun 2008 | Comments Off]

Pressemitteilung: Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy

Ein seltenes ausführliches Zeugnis eines tibetischen Jugendlichen, der auf die Unruhen in Lhasa im März hin festgenommen wurde, wurde dem TCHRD zugespielt. Der Interviewte schildert die Anwendung von extremer Gewalt im Gefängnis, erzählt von den Schmerzensschreien in den Korridoren, den grauenhaften Geschichten, die er ständig hörte, der nicht versiegenden Hoffnung auf Hilfe von der Außenwelt und den Lebensperspektiven nach der Inhaftierung. Das nachfolgende Interview wurde einer dritten Person diktiert und dann vom TCHRD druckfertig gemacht. Um die …

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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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[22 Apr 2008 | Comments Off]

Press Release: Tenzin Choeying, Tsering Choedup, Shibayan Raha from tibetanuprising.org
Tibet Activists displayed banner at India Gate to protest China’s Torch Relay.
The Action Demands ‘No Torch in Tibet‘”No Torch in Tibet” Banner in front of the India Gate, New Delhi (Photo by Annie Kohl)
New Delhi – 4 Tibet activists displayed a banner reading “No Olympic Torch Through Tibet” in front of the India Gate amidst tight security a week before China’s torch relay passes through India that is expected to be welcomed by thousands …

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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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