REPORTS & MONITORING

The Chinese government wants to stop you from learning the truth about Tibet.

By hiding information about Tibet from the outside world, China is able to go on oppressing the Tibetan people with impunity. That’s why our reports and monitoring are so important.

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Under Chinese rule, Tibet has become an open-air prison where Tibetans live under extreme repression, and foreign observers and journalists are kept out. To break this blockade on information, ICT investigates the truth about Tibet and conducts fact-finding missions in Nepal and India, where many Tibetan refugees live.

We keep a close eye on human rights in Tibet and work with governments and the media to publicize China’s oppression of the Tibetan people. We also monitor racial discrimination, environmental destruction and nuclear activities on the Tibetan plateau, among many topics. Through these efforts, we help put pressure on the Chinese government to end its brutal policies.

Our staff create powerful reports on issues ranging from climate change to political prisoners, from the systematic repression of religious freedom to the destruction of genuine Tibetan culture, which we share with journalists and government officials. We also produce publications and newsletters to keep our members—and the public at large—informed about the situation in Tibet.

The Washington Post and the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China, based in Beijing, has said it’s even harder for journalists to enter Tibet than North Korea.

To prevent China from leaving Tibet in the dark, your support for our monitoring and reports is crucial.

See our reports.

The Chinese government wants to stop you from learning the truth about Tibet.

By hiding information about Tibet from the outside world, China is able to go on oppressing the Tibetan people with impunity. That’s why our reports and monitoring are so important.

Under Chinese rule, Tibet has become an open-air prison where Tibetans live under extreme repression, and foreign observers and journalists are kept out. To break this blockade on information, ICT investigates the truth about Tibet and conducts fact-finding missions in Nepal and India, where many Tibetan refugees live.

We keep a close eye on human rights in Tibet and work with governments and the media to publicize China’s oppression of the Tibetan people. We also monitor racial discrimination, environmental destruction and nuclear activities on the Tibetan plateau, among many topics. Through these efforts, we help put pressure on the Chinese government to end its brutal policies.

Our staff create powerful reports on issues ranging from climate change to political prisoners, from the systematic repression of religious freedom to the destruction of genuine Tibetan culture, which we share with journalists and government officials. We also produce publications and newsletters to keep our members—and the public at large—informed about the situation in Tibet.

The Washington Post and the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China, based in Beijing, has said it’s even harder for journalists to enter Tibet than North Korea.

To prevent China from leaving Tibet in the dark, your support for our monitoring and reports is crucial.

See our reports.

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