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Experts discuss 60 years of social development, human rights in Tibet
update:July 29,2020
July 29,2020 -- An international seminar on "Tibet Social Development and Human Rights Protection" was held in Chongqing Tuesday where experts and scholars from China, Pakistan, Nepal and other countries reviewed the progress of Tibet's social development and human rights protection in the past 60 years.
The seminar, consisted of two themes "Achievements and Prospects for Tibet's Eradication of Poverty" and "Tibet's Social Changes and Human Rights Progress," and was one of the 44 sessions of the "Cloud Meeting" of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The seminar pointed out that the right to survival is well protected in China's Tibet Autonomous Region with full access to medical care, transportation, and basic needs such as water, electricity, and education.
Sun Hongnian, deputy director of the China Border Research Institute under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, hailed the remarkable achievement made in livelihood and human rights.
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