We publish reports and document human rights violations that lead to evidence-based campaigns to hold duty-bearers accountable.
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) has published its annual report on the human rights situation in Tibet, revealing it to be the worst in recent years. The Chinese government’s COVID-19 measures have caused great distress for Tibetans, with the report highlighting the expansion of involuntary mass DNA collection, online surveillance, and CCTV cameras as social control mechanisms to suppress dissent and tighten state control. Exiled Tibetan activists and dissidents with relatives in Tibet are particularly vulnerable to the PRC’s campaign of transnational repression. The report calls for concrete action to prevent and punish human rights violations and urges the international community to hold China accountable for its treatment of Tibetans.
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) released the 2021 Annual Report on the human rights situation in Tibet at a press conference in Dharamshala a day after the 11th Panchen Lama’s 33rd birthday.
The 2020 Annual Report on the human rights situation in Tibet, released online today in three languages: Tibetan, Chinese and English, presents a disturbing picture of deprivation and abuses, marked by persistent and grave human rights violations, including the absence of independent space for free speech owing to the widespread and systematic crackdown on any sign of peaceful dissent.Events documented…
We work to bring torturers to justice, end social and economic inequality, change oppressive laws, and free people jailed just for voicing their opinion.
We empower advocates for human rights and democracy by facilitating knowledge-sharing and capacity-building workshops.
- A Guide to Human Rights (1998)
- A Guide to Human Rights 1999
- A Guide to Human Rights for Tibetan Secondary School Children
- Student Curriculum: A guide to human rights for Tibetan school children
- Political Prisoners and Prison Conditions in Tibet (2000)
- Religious Freedom in Tibet (2000)
- Torture in Tibet (2000)
- Racial Discrimination in Tibet (2000)
- Child’s Rights Violations in Tibet (2000)