REPORTS

View our major reports from inside Tibet

March 10, 2014|

“HAS LIFE HERE ALWAYS BEEN LIKE THIS?”: CHINESE MICROBLOGGERS REVEAL SYSTEMATIC MILITARIZATION IN TIBET

Chinese microbloggers who travel to Tibet are exposing a smothering level of militarization that Chinese authorities try to hide.

December 10, 2012|

STORM IN THE GRASSLANDS: SELF-IMMOLATIONS IN TIBET AND CHINESE POLICY

An increasing rate of self-immolations in Tibet shows that China needs to address the oppression that leads to these tragic acts.

October 11, 2012|

DANGEROUS CROSSING: CONDITIONS IMPACTING THE FLIGHT OF TIBETAN REFUGEES, 2011 UPDATE

The situation for Tibetans living in Nepal—and those trying to flee there—has worsened dramatically since 2008.

April 25, 2012|

60 YEARS OF CHINESE MISRULE: ARGUING CULTURAL GENOCIDE IN TIBET

The impact of Chinese oppression on Tibetan culture requires a new response from the international community.

June 20, 2011|

DANGEROUS CROSSING: CONDITIONS IMPACTING THE FLIGHT OF TIBETAN REFUGEES, 2010 UPDATE

Tibetans’ status in Nepal remained precarious in 2010 as China stepped up bilateral initiatives targeting “anti-China” activities.

June 17, 2010|

DANGEROUS CROSSING: CONDITIONS IMPACTING THE FLIGHT OF TIBETAN REFUGEES, 2009 UPDATE

In 2009, conditions for Tibetans in Nepal further deteriorated as China sought to block protests against repression in Tibet.

May 18, 2010|

A ‘RAGING STORM’: THE CRACKDOWN ON TIBETAN WRITERS AND ARTISTS AFTER TIBET’S SPRING 2008 PROTESTS

Tibet’s vibrant literary and cultural resurgence after the 2008 protests faces a severe crackdown from Chinese authorities.

October 18, 2009|

“LIKE GOLD THAT FEARS NO FIRE: NEW WRITING FROM TIBET”

New writings by Tibetans inside Tibet—including works banned by the Chinese government—are featured in this collection.

June 27, 2009|

DANGEROUS CROSSING: CONDITIONS IMPACTING THE FLIGHT OF TIBETAN REFUGEES, 2007-08 REPORT

Influenced by China, Nepal has taken a hard line against expressions of Tibetan culture, demoralizing long-term refugees.

March 9, 2009|

A GREAT MOUNTAIN BURNED BY FIRE: CHINA’S CRACKDOWN IN TIBET

50 years after Tibet’s National Uprising and one year after widespread protests, Chinese policies are raising tensions in Tibet.

August 6, 2008|

TIBET AT A TURNING POINT: THE SPRING UPRISING AND CHINA’S NEW CRACKDOWN

After nearly six decades of misrule by the Chinese Communist Party, Tibet has erupted in a tidal wave of mostly peaceful protests.

February 28, 2008|

TRACKING THE STEEL DRAGON: HOW CHINA’S ECONOMIC POLICIES AND THE RAILWAY ARE TRANSFORMING TIBET

China’s ‘transportation revolution’ will harm Tibetans and their environment while allowing more Chinese to populate Tibet.