March 10 | Tibetan Uprising Day resources

On March 10, 1959 Tibetans rose up against the Chinese government in Lhasa, Tibet’s capital city, which let to the atrocious campaign of killing and imprisoning of Tibetans. Since 1959 Tibetans and supporters mark 10 March each year to show solidarity with Tibetans inside Tibet and to honor and support the brave resistance to Chinese rule that continues to this day. Tibet Network produce resources for Groups to use for March 10 activities every year.

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Beijing's bid to host 2022 Winter Olympic Games

Tibet Network and Free Tibet asks International Olympic Committee to pay attention to Tibet during it's visit to Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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#Obama #DalaiLama Prayer Breakfast 2015

Show support for the forthcoming US Prayer Breakfast, on Thursday 5 February, when President Obama and His Holiness will appear in public together for the first time. Share the image and message as widely as you can via social media using the same hashtags plus #StandUpForTibet. To download the picture:

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Human #Rights365: Solidarity

A statement of solidarity from a Tibetan, Uyghur, Southern Mongolian, and Chinese Activist was issued on Human Rights Day

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Statement of Solidarity with Hong Kong Protesters from a Tibetan, Uighur, Southern Mongolian and Chinese

As a Tibetan, Uyghur, Southern Mongolian and Chinese – people who have all suffered from the oppressive policies of the Chinese Communist Party – we express our deep admiration for and solidarity with the movement for democracy and rights in Hong Kong. We have all dedicated our lives to restoring rights and freedom to our people, and we salute the people of Hong Kong for refusing to remain silent as Beijing reneges on its promise of universal suffrage and democratic reforms.

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NEW Human Rights Action Plan for Tibet (HRAP-T) Launched by Tibet Advocacy Coalition

Tibet Advocacy Coalition today launched a NEW Human Rights Action Plan for Tibet (HRAP-T) during the United Nations Human Rights Council session in Geneva. The HRAP-T has been developed by Tibet Advocacy Coalition (Tibet Justice Center, Students for a Free Tibet and International Tibet Network) for governments and international human rights mechanisms to use as a means to monitor how China implements its human rights commitments in TIbet.

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Flames in Tibet: 5 Years of Resistance and Repression

Tibet Network have put together a short, visual report which gives context to the current situation in Tibet by highlighting what has happened in the significant period since 27 February 2009 when Tapey became the first Tibetan in Tibet to set himself on fire in protest against China's occupation of Tibet.

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