Tibet and the Chinese People’s Republic
The ICJ decided to invite a number of well-known judges, professors and practitioners to form an independent committee charged with the task of investigating events in Tibet in a detached and judicial manner and reporting to the Commission on the field of its inquiry.
Thus happened in view of the gravity of the violations of human rights in Tibet, of which evidence appeared, and especially in view of the evidence of genocide.
This is the unanimous report of that Committee. The report sets out the Committee’s findings together with a detailed review of the facts and evidence upon which those findings are based. The Committee’s findings constitute a detailed condemnation of Chinese rule in Tibet and they confirm the prima facie conclusions made in the preliminary report by the Commission.
Tibet and China-Tibet-fact finding mission report-1960-eng (full text in English, PDF)
Tibet and China-Tibet-fact finding mission report-1960-fra (full text in French, PDF)
Tibet and China-Tibet-fact finding mission report-1960-spa (full text in Spanish, PDF)
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