An investigative report into the social and economic causes of the 3.14 incident in Tibetan areas
I am the person who believes communication, dialogue and mutual understanding are the best route to solve complicated ethnic issues. So it gives me great hope that Gongmeng, a Chinese NGO, took the initiative to provide an in-depth analysis of the social and economical challenges faced by Tibetans. I think this report will signal the beginning of a new bottom-up approach to solve the mistrusts demonstrated on both sides. The initial steps will be small and the progress will probably be slow, but, let’s get started!
Finally, I want to express my deep appreciation to Khechog’s friend, Ben, who translated the complete report (it is also posted on the ICT site), and others who gave feedback. The report is over 20,000 words long and I break it down into multiple pages. A previous post on this report has already generated a lot of interest, and I hope this full report will lead to a great discussion.
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- admin's note
- Contributors, Table of Contents, and Notes
- I: Economic and social changes in Tibetan areas amid a process of rapid modernization
- II: Hardships faced by young Tibetans born in the 70s and 80s
- III: The main problems with structures of governance in Tibetan areas
- IV: The government’s errors in handling the follow-up to the 3.14 incident
- V: Problems of Tibetan religion and culture during this current complex phase
- VI: Conclusion and recommendations
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