This op-ed by Kai Müller, Executive Director of the International Campaign for Tibet in Germany, explains how China’s attempts to export its censorship and authoritarianism raise serious questions for all European countries.
Following the adoption of the highly controversial Law on the Management of Foreign Non-Government Organizations Activities in China (also known as the NGO Law) on 28 April 2016, several EU actors and Members States have issued statement expressing concern and criticizing the legistlation.
Czech President Milos Zeman recently labelled pro-Tibet protestors "mentally ill" during a visit of the Chinese President to the Czech Republic. What does this say about Zeman and Czech society?
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) published the 53th edition of its Tibet Brief newsletter. The Tibet Brief is an ICT publication for policy-makers, providing concise information and perspectives on the political, economic and human rights situation in Tibet.
Tibetan Buddhist monk and former political prisoner Golog Jigme testified to the European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human Rights in March 2016 about his torture and imprisonment in Tibet and the need for the EU to challenge China’s oppressive policies.
The international community has sent a strong message to China with unprecedented diplomatic action in recent weeks including the first collective statement at the U.N. Human Rights Council, a rare joint statement drawing attention to human rights abuses and a high-profile appearance by the Dalai Lama at an event with human rights defenders in Geneva.
The United States and 11 other countries including 7 EU Member States have issued an historic joint statement condemning China’s human rights record at the 31st session of the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday 10 March.
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) published the 52th edition of its Tibet Brief newsletter. The Tibet Brief is an ICT publication for policy-makers, providing concise information and perspectives on the political, economic and human rights situation in Tibet.
The International Campaign for Tibet welcomed reports about concerns voiced by the United States, the EU, Germany, Japan and Canada with regard to sweeping new and planned security laws in the People’s Republic of China.
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) and the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) are organising a side event during the upcoming 31th session of the UN Human Rights Council session. The event, "China’s new law on counter-terrorism and its impact on human rights", will take place in the Palais des Nations, Room XXVII, on 10 March from 13:00 - 14:00.