Intercontinental news articles


Within 24 hours of launching a global petition, Tibet groups and international consumer group SumOfUs, have already secured over 45,000 signatures


[London and New York] On Monday 10 December 2018, the 70th International Human Rights Day, Tibetan, Uyghur and Chinese rights groups will join digital tech and ethical consumer specialists in two joint media briefings to oppose and discuss Google’s developme


China was forced to defend its human rights record at the United Nations Human Rights Council today when it underwent its third Universal Periodic Review (UPR).


Free Tibet media release, for immediate use


Information supplied by Free Tibet and Tibet Watch to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination was initially removed from the UN website under Chinese pressure

Tuesday, 14 August 2018 


After over two years in detention Chinese authorities have today sentenced Tibetan language advocate,Tashi Wangchuk, to five years’ imprisonment [1] on politically motivated charges of ‘inciting separatism’ after he publicly sought to realise his right to Tibetan language e


Today 25 Members of Parliament [1] from across the United Kingdom and political spectrum have urged Liv


A Tibetan man named Tsekho has died after carrying out a self-immolation protest in Meruma Township in Ngaba County, eastern Tibet (1).

He set himself ablaze around 5pm (China Standard Time) today to challenge Chinese rule of his homeland, Tibet.


The campaign to push for the release of Tibetan language advocate Tashi Wangchuk (1) continues to grow, with the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) adding its support (2).


Tibet groups and international consumer group SumOfUs are pushing forward with their efforts to urge Liverpool FC to scrap a controversial agreement with the Chinese water company, Tibet Water Resources Limited.


Over 80,000 have demanded that Liverpool FC owner John W. Henry cancels deal with Tibet Water due to human rights abuses


A 63-year-old monk named Tenga (1) set himself on fire on 26 November in Kardze County, eastern Tibet (2).

According to a friend of Tenga who was at the scene of the protest (3), Tenga shouted “We want freedom in Tibet” as he set himself on fire.


Tibet groups around the world have launched a campaign to press Liverpool FC to terminate a controversial deal with Chinese water bottling company Tibet Water Resources Limited (1).


Free Tibet media release

Report by Tibet Watch publishes new photographs from a series of protests in Tibet which occurred in the late-1980s and documents how the Tibetan resistance unfolded.


A self-immolation took place today at around 3 pm (local time) in Dharamsala, India. Free Tibet is working to verify the identity of the self-immolator, who died from their injuries (1).


It is regrettable that Liverpool Football Club has announced Tibet Water Resources Limited (TWRL) as their Official Regional Water Partner in China.


Shocking new photos and personal testimonials from deep within eastern Tibet highlight renewed demolitions and forced removals by the Chinese authorities at a significant religious site.


A significant crowd-funded campaign has paid for the largest survey ever undertaken into public awareness on Tibet and living conditions in the vast, occupied nation.


A 19-year-old Tibetan college student named Tenzin Choeying carried out a self-immolation protest this morning (14 July) at 9:10am in Sarnath in India's northeastern Bihar State (1)(2).