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New Report: Mass surveillance and censorship conceal widespread human rights violations in Tibet

China’s widespread and intrusive practices of mass surveillance and censorship have served as a perfect foil to continue perpetrating human rights violations with impunity in Tibet. Since 2008 when Tibetans held widespread protests calling for freedom and return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Chinese authorities have tightened control to ensure that such an event will never happen

Special Report: Barriers to Exercising Right to a Fair Trial in Tibet

The government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) claimed in a September 2019 white paper that it had “continuously strengthened the rule of law for human rights” by “uphold[ing] law-based governance, law-based exercise of power, and law-based government administration” and “ensuring independent and impartial exercise of judicial and procuratorial powers, guarantee the right to fair trial for

The United Nations Continuing ‘Search’ for Tibet’s Panchen Lama

By Ngawang Choephel Drakmargyapon* “If I die, I think two to three years, I think the Chinese may choose even one Dalai Lama. But Tibetans (will) not accept that. The Panchen Lama which they choose, some Chinese officials also they describe as ‘Fake Panchen Lama’.”