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Dangerous Crossing 2011

Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2011 Update

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Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2010 Update

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Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2009 Update

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Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2007-2008 Update

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Dangerous Crossing 2006

Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2006 Update

DOWNLOAD THE REPORT » Around 2,500 to 3,500 Tibetans make the dangerous crossing through the Himalayas into exile in Nepal, and from there to India, each year. In 2006, fewer traveled into Nepal compared to 2004 and 2005, with less than 2,600 registering at theTibetan Refugee Reception Center in Kathmandu. For many, the main or […]

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Dangerous Crossing 2005

Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2005 Update

DOWNLOAD THE REPORT » Political developments linked to the increasing influence of China on Nepal and shifts in the balance of power in the Himalayan kingdom transformed the situation for Tibetan refugees in 2005. The risks for Tibetans transiting through Nepal increased dramatically over the year with the notice to close the office of the […]

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Dangerous Crossing 2004

Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2004 Update

Dangerous Crossing, ICT’s latest report on Tibetan refugees, reveals that dangers for Tibetans escaping from Tibet into exile through Nepal, and those resident in Nepal, have intensified over the past year, as Beijing strengthens its relations with Nepal and the Maoist insurgency and political turmoil in Nepal continues.

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Dangerous Crossing 2003

Refugee Report: Dangerous Crossing – 2003 Update

Dangerous Crossing: 2003 Update chronicles the international community’s response to the May 2003 refoulement and the resulting moves by the Nepalese government to mitigate international outrage at the collusion between the Nepalese and Chinese governments.

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