Thematic Report

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’.”                          

TCHRD Statement on International Human Rights Day 2018

“We will not enjoy security without development, we will not enjoy development without security, and we will not enjoy either without respect for human rights.”                                   ~ Kofi Annan, Former Secretary-General of the United Nations Today is the 70th anniversary of the adoption

For Freedom and Equality

This bilingual book titled For Freedom and Equality is a collection of articles and poems written by imprisoned Tibetan writer Shokjang. In many of his writings, Shokjang had criticized, with reason and clarity, the repressive policies implemented by the Chinese government in Tibet. In an exceedingly oppressive environment where basic rights and fundamental freedoms are almost non-existent, Shokjang