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.
A delegation representing Australia Tibet Council and the Australian Tibetan community is visiting Parliament House next Tuesday, 10 September, to garner support for a new bill about gaining reciprocal access to Tibet.
Australia Tibet Council calls on the University of Queensland to shut down its Confucius Institute, China’s propaganda outfit under the disguise of a Chinese language program.
In a pioneering report launched today, Australia Tibet Council warns to refrain from welcoming China’s new national parks in Tibet until long-term impacts are understood and the rights of nomads are protected.
As the Panchen Lama turns 30 on 25 April, a special image was unveiled to show how Tibet’s most high-profile political prisoner may look like 24 years after his abduction by the Chinese government.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will face opposition from a coalition of members from Melbourne’s Tibetan and Vietnamese communities and Chinese democracy activists on election day this Saturday.
ATC welcomes the Australian government’s stance on Tibet during yesterday’s review of China’s human rights record at the UN Human Rights Council.
Australia Tibet Council and Australian Values Alliance will host a screening of In the Name of Confucius, an award-winning documentary profiling the Chinese government’s controversial Confucius Institutes and Confucius in universities…
We are excited to announce the appointment of Kyinzom Dhongdue as ATC’s new Executive and Campaigns Officer, starting January 2018.