Kate Saunders is a writer and analyst specializing in Tibet who works for the International Campaign for Tibet, an international NGO based in Washington and several European capitals. She has authored numerous reports on Tibet and her articles have been published in print media worldwide including The Sunday Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian. She is the author of Eighteen Layers of Hell: Stories from the Chinese Gulag (Cassell, 1996).

Last Updated: March 16, 2016



Has the World Lost Sight of Tibet?

Gerald Roche, Lhadon Tethong & more
Since the incarceration of roughly a million Uighurs in the northwestern Chinese region of Xinjiang over the last year, the situation in Tibet has gotten relatively less coverage in Western media. What is the current situation for human rights,...



Is China Doing Enough for the Environment?

Deborah Seligsohn, Angel Hsu & more
This week, at their biggest annual session in Beijing, Chinese lawmakers are expected to ratify the country’s 13th Five-Year Plan, which contains many new measures to address rampant pollution of the country’s air, soil, and water. Will the plan be...