Tibet has been illegally occupied by China for over 70 years and is currently ranked as the second WORST place in the world for freedom - listed just behind Syria.
International Tibet Network is a dynamic organisation that supports Tibet Groups around the world to campaign against China's occupation and for an end to the political and human rights crisis in Tibet.
We champion global and local campaigns to strengthen the Tibet Movement to successfully push back against China’s violence and oppression. Here’s some of what we’ll be doing to further achieve our goal of human rights and freedom for Tibet:
- Challenging China’s propaganda drive in our universities (Confucius Institutes) and media outlets to ensure that Tibetan voices are heard.
- Developing global, joint actions across five continents to press Governments to take robust action against China's crackdown in Tibet.
- Organising high level briefings with UN experts to raise the voices of Tibetans in Tibet who are not able to attend UN forums.
Please give what you can to help support this critical and time-sensitive work.
“What would happen if Tibet Network ceased to exist? The world would lose a critical vehicle for not only mobilizing support to protect Tibetans’ rights, but also for informing people about what’s happening in that region at a time when information flows are drying up and ties are being cut. It would also bring an end to nuanced, tailored training on sophisticated, strategic, and enduring advocacy capacity for Tibetans and their supporters around the world. ”
Sophie Richardson, China Director, Human Rights Watch