All posts by: Alison

International Tibet Network’s 2016 Americas Regional Meeting took place at the offices of National Endowment for Democracy, Washington D.C. from 26 – 28 February inclusive. 35 participants, representing 18 organizations from 5 countries met for almost 3 days of discussions, debate and deliberation. Resources...
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22 December 2015, for immediate release Contacts: Tenzin Jigdal (Tibetan, English) + 91 9882255516 Penghsuan Lee (Chinese, English) + 886 912545542 International Tibet Network’s Secretariat expressed deep concern today at the verdict of Pu Zhiqiang, prominent Chinese human rights lawyer...
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International Tibet Network’s 2015 Asia Regional Meeting took place at Norbu House, McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, India from 9 – 11 November inclusive. All Tibet Groups are invited to register a participant to attend this meeting. Please register via the form embedded below...
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20 July 2015 Dear High Commissioner Prince Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, Re: Request for Urgent Action concerning death of Tibetan religious leader Tenzin Delek Rinpoche We are writing with further information about the passing of high profile Tibetan political prisoner, Tenzin...
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Tibet movement mourns the passing of an innocent Tibetan hero, Tenzin Delek Rinpoche, who has died in a Chinese prison. International Tibet Network calls on world governments to help the family recover his body, and press China for a full...
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4 June 2015 To the Presidents, Prime Ministers, Chancellor and Foreign Ministers of G7 countries, copied to the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy; Your Excellencies, We are writing prior to the G7 Summit...
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MEDIA RELEASE 1 June 2015 [For Immediate Use] Tibet campaigners launch global petition against Beijing Olympics bid; accuse IOC of “Skating on Thin Ice” IOC Evaluation Commission accepts China’s assurances regarding human rights but gives no details of “written assurances”...
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A presentation of some of the Tibet movement’s most successful campaigns, to celebrate our achievements, reinforce the importance of excellent strategies and tactics, and preserve institutional memory. What stands out as being key to these successes is collaboration; the vast...
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“I welcome the creation of the International Tibet Support Network… the time is now ripe for our friends to systematically coordinate their efforts” His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In 1999, Thubten Samdup (above), convened an ad hoc Working Group to develop a proposal to create...
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On Saturday 25 April, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, with its epicentre midway between Kathmandu and Pokhara. The official death toll is well above 6,000 and rising daily as relief agencies reach remote villages cut off by the quake. Thousands of...
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