Dharamshala: - As a result of China's systematic discrimination, occupation, and colonization, the Tibetan people have faced increased violations of – inter alia – their right to life, their right to housing and property, their right to be to be free from torture or cruel and inhumane punishment or treatment, their right to free movement, their right to return, and their right to an effective judicial remedy.
Dharamshala: - Modernising Tibet just a mouthpieces for China? Dharamshala: The one-sided policies by China have robbed the Tibetans of their basis for cultural identity; causing the loss of their language in their homeland and commerce in dealings with communist authority, their culture, and now they're facing a natural resource genocide.
Dharamshala: - Facts show that there has been real "cultural genocide" in Tibet over the last 60 years. With the Tibetan heritage and its rich contribution to humanity endangered and disappearing, we must make every effort to advance the preservation of the Tibetan language, literature and culture through speaking, writing and creating of the Tibetan language.
Dharamshala: - Does economic prosperity reduce the importance of democracy and Human Rights? China is leaving the world behind in terms of economic progress. This is undoubtedly a huge boost to the well-being of the world's largest population, and the benefits of this progress may also do much good for its economic allies, neighbors and some other developing nations.
Bath, Maine, US: - Hopes for international solidarity behind Tibetan political goals recently met another setback when China was elected to an uncontested regional seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council. Although the importance of foreign financial support should not be discounted, concrete measures to apply pressure on China to resolve human rights violations in Tibet has been in short supply.