Freedom for Tibet Raffle
Ensuring that China’s human rights abuses and systemic oppression of Tibetans, Uyghurs and Hongkongers are exposed in the lead up to the Winter Olympics 2022.
We work to protect Tibet’s environment, promote sustainable development and tackle the twin challenges of the climate crisis and human rights by advocating for the Tibetans’ rights to control their land, resources and way of life.
Earlier this year, we gave a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into a bill banning goods produced by Uyghur forced labour and the committee reviewing the bill has now presented its report to parliament. In this blog, we unpack the recommendations.
MEDIA RELEASE: Australia Tibet Council along with Tibetan community members, Uyghurs, Hongkongers and other human rights activists are joining together calling for the Australian Government to declare a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
Tibet’s Government-in-Exile has a new president and there are also new faces representing the Tibet movement here in Australia. Read our blog which includes profiles as well as key facts about the flourishing democracy-in-exile that Tibetans have established in Dharamsala, India.