“Coercive Birth Control in Occupied Tibet”

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That’s the title of the report (PDF here) issued by the non-profit (admittedly viewpoint-specific) group Tibet-Truth.  Here is an excerpt:

Unless a card-carrying member of China’s Communist Party, there is no doubt that a spiral of birth-control enforcement is imposed upon Buddhist-Tibetan women. As will be shown by the included testimony, measures which include fines, arrest, detention, degrading treatment and physical force. There is an extensive and well researched body of evidence, including firsthand testimony, eyewitness accounts, and a range of supportive information from a variety of sources, including Chinese documentation, international media reports, television documentaries, and accounts from former birth control officers.

-Bridget Crawford

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