SPOTLIGHT

October 10, 2013 : Congressional-Executive Commission on China

Washington, DC—The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China has released its 2013 Annual Report on human rights and rule of law developments in China, which it is required to do by October 10 of each year.

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Activities

04.10.2010

INPaT expresses concern about seizing of Tibetan ballot boxes in Nepal

INPaT calls on Nepalese Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal to return seized Tibetan ballot boxes in Nepal.DOWNLOAD INPaT's letter to Madhav Kumar Nepal
02.09.2010

INPaT-statement on occasion of 50 years of Tibetan Democracy in Exile

INPaT-statement on occasion of the 50th anniversary of Tibetan Democracy Day and the establishment of Tibetan institutions in exile.DOWNLOAD INPaT's statement
02.09.2010

INPaT congratulates Tibetan Parliament in Exile on 50 years of democracy in exile

INPaT congratulates the Tibetan Parliament in Exile on occasion of 50 years of democracy in exile.DOWNLOAD INPaT's letter to the Parliament in Exile
02.09.2010

INPaT members honorable guests at Tibetan Democracy Day celebrations in India

On 2 September, 2010, INPaT honoured an invitation by the Tibetan institutions in exile to attend the celebrations on occasion of 50 years of Tibetan democratic institutions in exile. The celebrations were held at the largest Tibetan settle...
30.08.2010

INPaT calls on Chinese President Hu Jintao to disclose whereabouts of disappeared Panchen Lama

INPaT calls on Chinese President Hu Jintao to disclose the whereabouts of the disappeared Panchen Lama Gedhun Choekyi Nyima.DOWNLOAD INPaT's letter to Hu Jintao
26.08.2010

INPaT appeals to Nepalese Prime Minister on Tibetan refugees

INPaT calls on the Nepalese Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal to respect rights of Tibetans in Nepal and expresses concern about report on repatriation of Tibetans.DOWNLOAD INPaT's letter to Madhav Kumar Nepal
23.06.2010

INPaT calls on Canadian Prime Minister to raise Tibet at G20 meeting

INPaT calls on Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to raise the issue of Tibet with Chinese President Hu Jintao at G20 summit.DOWNLOAD INPaT's letter to Stephen Harper