2009-2013 Tibet self-immolation fact sheet
Learn more about the self-immolations that have occurred since 2009.
Information regarding each instance can be viewed here »
Government statements on Tibet immolations and crisis at Kirti Monastery
Governments from around the world are speaking out about the situation in Tibet.
A compilation can be viewed here »
Tibet Outside the TAR: context on eastern Tibet
ICT is making available for download a survey of several of the eastern Tibetan areas where resistance and repression have been most intense over the past few weeks. The reports included below are extracted from the CD-Rom Tibet Outside the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) by Steven D Marshall and Dr Susette Cooke, and made available with their kind permission.
ICT Briefing Papers
To provide context to the current crackdown and life inside Tibet, ICT created a series of briefings on topics ranging from the spring uprising to the crucial nature of Tibet’s environment. These briefing papers are intended to provide insight into several key areas that affect life on the plateau which has shaped its past and will determine its future.
- The World’s ‘Third Pole’: Tibet and Climate Change
- Tiananmen and Tibet: ICT Analysis
- Serf Day
- The Spring Uprising in Tibet and China’s Crackdown
- Chinese Rule in Tibet
- Defining Tibet
- Tibet and the Dalai Lama
- The Crucial Nature of the Tibet Environment
- The Sino-Tibetan Dialogue
- Religious Repression in Tibet
- Tourism in Tibet
ICT’s 2006 Campaign Snapshots
- China in Tibet: A Brutal Occupation
China’s actions in Tibet over the past 50 years have created a climate of fear that still continues today.
- Imprisonment, Torture and Discrimination
The use of imprisonment and torture continues to be an integral part of China’s effort to suppress opposition to Chinese rule in Tibet.
- Religious Repression Continues
China’s attack against Tibetan Buddhism began with its invasion and occupation of Tibet and continues today.
- Tibet’s Stolen Child Is Still Missing
Determined to control religion in Tibet, the Chinese authorities kidnapped one of Tibet’s most important religious figures.