The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) is deeply concerned about the new National Security Law that was released in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) on July 1, 2015. As a human rights organization, TCHRD believes that this new law will enable Chinese authorities to further justify the human rights abuses that continue to take place for Tibetans today.
On 29 June 2015, the EU-China Summit, hosting various international human rights organizations including FIDH, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International as well as International Campaign for Tibet, took place in Brussels and highlighted the deteriorating human rights situation in China, where systematic repression of dissent and violent crackdowns on religious and ethnic minorities are on the rise.
Dharamshala — Nearly four years back, Tibetan Prime Ministerial election drew unprecedented hype and attention around the world (where Tibetans Diasporas are concentrated). Even the southernmost part of Indian city called Chennai wasn’t spared from the storm of election. For the first time, Tibetan college students based in Chennai also partook in the 2011 Tibetan (Prime Ministerial and Parliamentary) Election.