ATC and Me
Australia Tibet Council would not exist without our dedicated members and supporters. That’s why we are sharing profiles of the wonderful people who make our work for Tibet possible.
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Alex Butler has a long and dedicated history of supporting the people of Tibet’s struggle for meaningful autonomy. In recognition of her amazing efforts, earlier this year at our annual general meeting, Alex was given the ‘Damien Lovelock Award for meritorious service’. Alex answered a few questions for us, offering a window into her journey with the Tibetan cause.
Nigel Hungerford first heard about the Chinese invasion of Tibet as a schoolboy in the 1950s, in England, and recalls thinking how unfair it was.
Katie Camarena, a current Board Member, has been involved with Australia Tibet Council in many different ways for more than 15 years.
Eugene Donald Docherty, a long-time Voice for Tibet member, first learnt about Tibetan Buddhism and the issues facing Tibet while travelling in India.
Andrew Nicholls is one of our dedicated Voice for Tibet members, powering our campaigns with a monthly donation.