A petition, led by Australia Tibet Council, calls on the University of Queensland to reverse its decision to suspend activist Drew Pavlou for two years.
As part of the International Tibet Network, a coalition of over 100 Tibet-related campaign organisations, we stand in solidarity with the people of Hong Kong as they confront an imminent threat to their freedoms and autonomy with the imposition of a new draconian national security legislation.
As members of the global Tibet movement, we join the thousands of students and supporters who have signed the petition calling on the University of Queensland to drop the charges against student activist Drew Pavlou.
On Tuesday 10 March, Tibetans and supporters will commemorate the 61st Tibetan Uprising Day with rallies in cities across Australia. They are reminding Australia to not forget Tibet as China’s influence threatens our free, democratic society.