Appeasing China, Restricting the Rights of Tibetans in Nepal

by Delphine Metten | July 24, 2008 9:04 am

This 60-page report documents numerous violations of human rights by the Nepali authorities, particularly the police, against Tibetans involved in peaceful demonstrations in Kathmandu, including: unnecessary and excessive use of force; arbitrary arrest; sexual assault of women during arrest; arbitrary and preventive detention; beatings in detention; unlawful threats to deport Tibetans to China; restrictions on freedom of movement in the Kathmandu Valley; harassment of Tibetan and foreign journalists; and harassment of Nepali, Tibetan, and foreign human rights defenders.
http://www.hrw.org/reports/2008/07/23/appeasing-china-0

Source URL: http://www.tibetpolicy.eu/human-rights-watch-appeasing-china-restricting-the-rights-of-tibetans-in-nepal-july-24-2008-mots-cles-human-rights-watch-nepal/