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Read TJC’s 2016 comprehensive report on the situation for Tibetans in India

Filed in Featured Article by on October 21, 2016
Read TJC’s 2016 comprehensive report on the situation for Tibetans in India

TJC has launched a new comprehensive report on the situation for Tibetans in India which gives a clear overview of their legal status in India, and the impact on their lives as a result. The report is based on in-depth research in India conducted over the past 2 years, with research teams having traveled to […]

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TJC co-organizes Brussels advocacy workshop for unrepresented activists

Filed in Featured Article by on September 14, 2016
TJC co-organizes Brussels advocacy workshop for unrepresented activists

September 14, 2016 Combining EU and UN Advocacy and Performing as a Diplomat – New Skills Acquired at Third Workshop for Unrepresented Diplomats in Brussels On 8-9 September 2016, Tibet Justice Center, together with Oxford University Associate Professor Fiona McConnell and the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), ran a workshop entitled “Performing as a […]

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TJC releases 2014 update report on Tibetan refugees in India

Filed in Featured Article by on June 30, 2015
TJC releases 2014 update report on Tibetan refugees in India

TJC has produced a short update report on the situation for Tibetans in India, highlighting areas of key concern, such as deportations (minimal but still a significant threat), land issues, and access to citizenship and refugee documentation. The legal situation for Tibetans in India is unfixed and changeable. Laws and policies are variously implemented and […]

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Tibet’s Stateless Nationals II: Tibetan Refugees in India – 2014 Update

Filed in Uncategorized by on June 20, 2015
Tibet’s Stateless Nationals II:  Tibetan Refugees in India – 2014 Update

Tibet’s Stateless Nationals II: Tibetan Refugees in India – 2014 Update I. Executive Summary For more than a quarter century, Tibet Justice Center (TJC) has sought to provide lawyers, immigration officials, judges, and other government decision-makers with clear and accurate information about the legal status and circumstances of Tibetans abroad. Some of these Tibetans eventually […]

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Appeal lodged in Supreme Court against shelving of Tibet case; PM Rajoy visits China – Sept 24, 2014

Filed in Universal jurisdiction by on October 2, 2014
Appeal lodged in Supreme Court against shelving of Tibet case; PM Rajoy visits China – Sept 24, 2014

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE CAT (Comité de Apoyo al Tíbet) 24th September 2014 The CAT lodges an appeal at the Supreme Court against the shelving of the Tibet case. Spanish PM Rajoy visits China after completing his homework of annulling the Tibet case, dismantling universal justice in Spain, and ensuring a place on the U.N. […]

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Scotland Exercises Self-determination in Historic Referendum: Lessons for China and Tibet

Filed in Uncategorized by on September 25, 2014
Scotland Exercises Self-determination in Historic Referendum: Lessons for China and Tibet

On September 18, 2014, Scottish citizens voted in a historic referendum to determine whether Scotland would remain part of the United Kingdom or become an independent country. Scotland’s voters decided, by a margin of about 10%, to remain part of the United Kingdom.  Tibet Justice Center (TJC) congratulates Scotland on its peaceful exercise of self-determination […]

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New Human Rights Action Plan outlines positive change for Tibet – 23 September, 2014

Filed in Press Release by on September 24, 2014
New Human Rights Action Plan outlines positive change for Tibet – 23 September, 2014

Press Release 23 September 2014 For Immediate Release Contacts: Pema Dolma, Students for a Free Tibet, German/English: +41 764331614 Iona Liddell, Tibet Justice Center, English: + 44 7712 570736 Mandie McKeown, International Tibet Network, English: +44 7748 158 618 NEW HUMAN RIGHTS ACTION PLAN OUTLINES VISION FOR POSITIVE CHANGE FOR TIBET   Governments and United […]

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Tibetan victims of China’s forced nomad eviction policies find high-level support at UN – 9 May, 2014

Filed in Press Release, Uncategorized by on September 4, 2014
Tibetan victims of China’s forced nomad eviction policies find high-level support at UN – 9 May, 2014

Press Release 9 May 2014   For Immediate Release Contacts: Pema Dolma, Students for a Free Tibet, German/English: +41787196953 / +491603769131 Iona Liddell, Tibet Justice Center, English: + 44 7712 570736 / +41787321376 Mandie McKeown, International Tibet Network, English: +44 7748 158 618 Tenzin Dolkar, Students for a Free Tibet, Tibetan: +1 917 664 5530 […]

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Spain’s Constitutional Court agrees to investigate Socialists’ appeal against Universal Jurisdiction law reform – Jul 23, 2014

Filed in Uncategorized, Universal jurisdiction by on July 23, 2014
Spain’s Constitutional Court agrees to investigate Socialists’ appeal against Universal Jurisdiction law reform – Jul 23, 2014

The Spanish Constitutional Court admits and will investigate the appeal of the 50 socialist members of Parliament against the reform of the Universal Jurisdiction Law, July 23, 2014 http://www.elmundo.es/espana/2014/07/23/53cfcfe022601d6b668b4592.html (Spanish language)

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Spanish Groups to Push Case Against Chinese Leaders Action in Tibet – RFA, July 17, 2014

Filed in Universal jurisdiction by on July 17, 2014
Spanish Groups to Push Case Against Chinese Leaders Action in Tibet – RFA, July 17, 2014

The director of a Spanish-based Tibet support group CAT has vowed to appeal a court decision quashing international arrest warrants issued for Chinese leaders accused of crimes in Tibet, calling the court’s move a result of “blatant and shameful” capitulation to pressure from Beijing. http://www.rfa.org/english/news/tibet/pursue-07172014132445.html

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