State Department Annual Reports on Tibet

State Department Reports on Dialogue

» 2016 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2015 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2014 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2013 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2012 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2011 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2010 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2009 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2008 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2007 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2006 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2005 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2004 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» 2003 Report on Tibet Negotiations

» Tibetan Policy Act

Annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices

Every year, the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor within the U.S. Department of State releases a report on the human rights situation in different parts of the world. Pursuant to to Section 536 (b) of Public Law 103-236, the State Department has been including a separate section on the Tibet Autonomous Region within the country report on China.

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2015

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2015

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2014

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2013

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2012

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2011

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2010

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2009

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2008

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2007

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2006

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2005

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2004

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2003

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2002

» State Department Report on Human Rights, 2001

Annual Reports on International Religious Freedom

The Annual Report to Congress on International Religious Freedom describes the status of religious freedom in each foreign country, and government policies violating religious belief and practices of groups, religious denominations and individuals, and U.S. policies to promote religious freedom around the world. It is submitted in compliance with P.L. 105-292 (105th Congress) and is cited as the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.

Pursuant to Section 536 (b) of Public Law 103-236, the State Department has been including a separate section on the Tibet Autonomous Region within report on China.

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2015

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2014

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2013

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2012

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2011

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, July-Dec 2010

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2010

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2009

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2009 – Tibetan Translation

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2008

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2007

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2006

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2005

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2004

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2003

» State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2002