Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy is shortly due to launch its CCP Decoder, a reliable guide to almost 500 propaganda jargon keywords, for both English and Tibetan readers. Tibetans have lived alongside their much bigger and more powerful Chinese neighbour for many centuries, and really know how Chinese leaders think


Tibetan college students participate in TCHRD’s online workshop on human rights

A group of 23 Tibetan college students studying law, politics, journalism and sociology at different universities in India took part in a three-day online workshop on ‘International Human Rights Principles and Enforcement Mechanisms’ from 8 to 10 April. Eighty percent of the workshop participants were female. Participants learned about the UN human rights system and its protection mechanisms

TCHRD submits list of Chinese party secretaries for sanctions under Global Magnitsky Act

December 17, 2020 The Honorable Michael R. Pompeo  Secretary of State  U.S. Department of State  2201 C Street NW  Washington, DC 20520  Dear Mr. Secretary: We would like to thank the government of the United States of America for enforcing the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act (2018) and announcing targeted sanctions on some of the Chinese officials responsible

Human Rights Day: Campaign to Free Tibetan Political Prisoners

On the occasion of International Human Rights Day, the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) calls on the international community to take affirmative actions to protect, promote and fulfill human rights for all. As we observe the anniversary of the adoption of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the UN, thousands of Tibetan political prisoners

The search for Tibet’s disappeared Panchen Lama: Tibetan translation released on the eve of Human Rights Day

The Tibetan translation of a major report, ‘The United Nations Continuing ‘Search’ for Tibet’s Panchen Lama’, on the enforced disappearance of the 11th Panchen Lama was released on the eve of the Human Rights Day at a press conference organised at Norbu House, Dharamsala, India. Authored by Ngawang Choephel Drakmargyapon and first published in English, the report contains