Dating back to 1990, the TPPD currently has information on 5500 political prisoners. The database was compiled after reviewing older documents in TCHRD’s archive and crosschecking with other similar databases. The database includes county-level GPS coordinates of each prisoner’s place of origin.
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) unveiled this morning the much-awaited website to decode Chinese Communist Party (CCP) slogans and jargon at a press conference held at the Press Club of India in New Delhi.
Intern, reporters, photojournalists, and editors from tibet.net, Phayul, Tibet Times, Tibet Express, Bangchen, Voice of Tibet (VoT), Radio Free Asia (RFA), Voice of America (VOA), Tibet Post International (TPI), took turns discussing their role, the media organization they represent, their digital presence, coverage topics, and medium.
released since 2014 in Qinghai Province, which includes Tibetan provinces of Kham and Amdo, have been made to wear 24-hour GPS monitoring ankle bracelets that can monitor movements and record conversations.
as it is individuals like him who shoulders China’s rights-defence system necessary for the rule of law to prevail in China.
Thousands of Tibetans are being subjected to China’s social media purge to remove so-called illegal contents from their homes and cell phones in Wonpo (Ch: Wenbo) and Sershul (Ch: Shiqu) counties in Kardze (Ch: Ganzi) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, in the Tibetan province of Kham.
As a new report shows, Tibet is immediately upriver, upwind and upland of China, a provider of ecosystem services on a huge scale, yet Tibetans are not compensated for the opportunity cost incurred for foregoing development, in order to continue provisioning of ecosystem services beneficial to China.
Lobsang Choephel, 34, was detained earlier this month along with other unidentified monks. The reason behind their sudden detention and their whereabouts remain unknown.
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) condemns the unjust sentencing of Tibetan writer Lhaden (Pen-name: Dhi Lhaden) to four years in prison and calls on the Chinese authorities to end all restrictions on free speech and dissent in Tibet.
A new report released today by TCHRD provides evidence that using the Tibetan Plateau to offset China’s carbon footprints has not translated into eco-compensation for rural Tibetan landholders for their provisioning of ecosystem services. China distorts the concept of payment for ecosystem services by dislocating Tibetan nomadic communities, and forcibly removing them off their lands.
A strict ban on religious activities has been imposed recently on all former and current Party members and cadres in Golok (Ch: Guoluo) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, in the Tibetan province of Amdo.