Free Tibet from China's Dictatorial Rule
Stand up for Tibet! Saturday 10 March: Be in the Streets | Join the Resistance Saturday 10 March is the anniversary of both the 1959 and 2008 Uprisings in Tibet; an extremely significant date in the Tibetan calendar. With Tibetans in Tibet taking such risks to get their message heard and acted upon by the outside world, it is critical that we be on the streets in larger numbers than ever…
One year ago 29-year old monk Tsewang Norbu set light to himself and died in Tawu, eastern Tibet. Although not the first self-immolation in Tibet - Tapey, in February 2009 was followed two years later by Phuntsok in March 2011 - this was our first realization that those fiery protests were not…Read More
The health of Lobsang Tenzin, Tibet's longest-serving political prisoner, has deteriorated to a critical level.
Lobsang Tenzin has been in prison for 23 years. According to the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy he is suffering from severe diabetes, causing occasional blindness. Lobsang…Read More
Take Action: Please send the message below to Geneva representatives of 24 priority countries, urging them to address the gravity of the situation in Tibet before the Council.
Tibetan filmmaker Dhondup Wangchen is serving a six-year prison sentence in China for "subversion of state power" -- simply because he dared to speak out about Tibetan human rights through his filmmaking. Demand his release now!
China has detained hundreds of Tibetans for peacefully exercising…Read More