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Dharamshala: - Freedom of expression and transparency are essential parts of a healthy democracy. In China and Tibet people cannot exercise their right to vote effectively or take part in public decision-making if they do not have free access to information and ideas and are not able to express their views freely.

Dharamshala: - The challenge of Human Rights campaigners around the world is to reflect on the commitments of past generations who worked so hard and sacrificed everything to bring Democracy, freedom and human values to the people of today.

Beijing: – The international community is in unanimous agreement: terrorism is bad. But what is "terrorism"? Global actors like the United Nations have yet to set a strict definition, which has allowedChinato blur lines, particularly in using anti-terror rhetoric to "justify" human rights violations against Tibetans.

Dharamshala: - As Tibetans and peace loving people, we realize that there is a Chinese propaganda waged to capture the hearts and minds of Tibetans.

Dharamshala: - In recent years the international community – including the United Nations, European Union, and the US government – has failed to clearly and forcefully raise the issue of human rights during visits to China. This significant issue consistently goes unmentioned in bilateral talks, despite severe human rights violations in Tibet, Eastern Turkestan, and China.

Dharamshala: - The month of September –Tibetans in exile mark the 54th anniversary of Tibetan Democracy Day. It is a time when we remember and celebrate the historical day that efforts to transform the exiled Tibetan society into a democracy.

Dharamshala: - Since 821 A.D. Tibet have signed treaties as a sovereign nation with several countries, namely China, India, Nepal, Burma and Great Britain up until 1918.

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