Dharamshala, India — “It is high time for the leaders of the free world to stop China with its atrocities, take appropriate measures against the Chinese Human rights violation and call for appropriate action against the Chinese government until they are genuinely committed to resolving the issue in Tibet,” said Tibetan Women’s Association on March 12, 2022.
Dharamshala, India — Major cities around the world joined the central Tibetan administration in commemorating the 63rd Tibetan National Uprising Day and paying tribute to Tibetan martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the cause of Tibet since 1959, to rise up against the illegal occupation of Tibet by China.
Dharamshala — The 63rd Tibetan Uprising Day, officially commemorated by the Tibetan Exile on Thursday, March 10, 2022, the Tibetan Parliament in-Exile (TPiE) issued a statement condemning the Chinese Communist Party's purposeful and inhumane policy of genocide against Tibet and reiterated its call to the Communist leadership to resolve the Tibetan issue through peace talks.
New Delhi — Experts in an international webinar on Tibet expressed concern over the consistently deteriorating human rights situation inside Tibet under Chinese rule. Their common concern was that the world community, especially world governments, has failed in its responsibility to ensure that the basic human rights of Tibetan people are preserved and respected.
Dharamshala, India — “If the Chinese government wishes to win the Tibetan people’s love and loyalty for the People’s Republic of China, it should end its suppression of Tibetans’ human rights and annihilation of the Tibetan identity by respecting its own constitution,” said Sikyong of Central Tibetan Administration on Tibetan National Uprising Day, March 10, 2022.