Tibet Lobby Week
We strive to make human rights issues in Tibet an important part of Australia’s relationship with China. We do this by engaging our political leaders and ensuring the voices of our community and Tibetan-Australians are heard.
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.
With the unprecedented global attention on China at the moment, we knew this was a critical moment for Tibet and that we had to get our message in front of Australia’s politicians. In all, 40 ATC members and Tibetans met with 26 MPs from across Australia during Tibet Lobby Week.
The International Tibet Network and World Uyghur Congress strongly condemn the Chinese government’s passing of a National Security Law for Hong Kong without the consultation of the people of Hong Kong; a grave turning point.
It’s time to end the isolation of Tibet. For Tibet Lobby Week, which is happening right now, we’re meeting with 25 MPs and Senators to build support for the first Australian law on Tibet.