14th Annual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy, Highlights Oppression by China in Tibet and Other Regions
Geneva, Wednesday, 6th April 2022: 14th Geneva Summit was taken place in CICG (The international conference centre Geneva) Political dissidents, representatives of current political prisoners and freedom activists gathered in Geneva, a global hub for diplomacy and human rights, for the 14th edition of the Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy, on 06 April 2022
Uster: Sunday, 3rd April2022: Tibetan Community of Switzerland& Liechtenstein organized an Appreciation Ceremony Event for Enes Kanter Freedom and Tenzin Tsundue in Stadthalle,Uster. More than 200 people attended the Ceremony which started at 3pm.
Tibetan Community of Switzerland&Liechtenstein observed 63rd Commemoration of Tibetan National Uprising Day in Bern.
Bern: 10th March, 2022: More than hundreds of Tibetans and supporters attended the demonstration organised by the Tibetan Community of Switzerland & Liechtenstein, in Bern, capital city of Switzerland to observe the 63rd Commemoration of Tibetan National Uprising Day, on 10 March 2022.
Lausanne: Thursday, 3rd February 2022: Several hundreds of Tibetans from all over Europe, held a mass protest at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne on the eve of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing. Calling 2022 Winter Olympics “Genocide Games”,
Geneva: Tibetan Communities of Switzerland & Liechtenstein, and Germany called for a diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics 2022, urging their governments not to send any officials and diplomats to the games.
“Cultural Revolution like crackdown”: China demolished a sky-high Buddha statue and 45 huge prayer wheels in Drakgo, Tibet
December 28, 2021: The Chinese government has demolished a 99-foot-tall Buddha statue in Kham Drakgo, incorporated into Sichuan Province, according to our sources. Additionally, 45 huge prayer wheels erected near Drakgo Monastery have also been removed and prayer flags burned down.
December 26, 2021: Immediately on being informed that his “respected elder spiritual brother and good friend” Archbishop Desmond Tutu had passed away, His Holiness the Dalai Lama composed a letter to the Archbishop’s daughter, Rev. Mpho Tutu.