All donations made to ATC in the next two months will be doubled! This is thanks to job-search site EthicalJobs.com.au who will match your gift, dollar for dollar up to $25,000, in our year-end #HopeForTibet appeal.
China’s denial of visas to Australian MPs Andrew Hastie and James Paterson, vocal critics of the Chinese Communist Party and its interference in Australia, shows why our Parliament should consider taking reciprocal action to ban Chinese leaders.
Starting this month, we will be bringing you our pick of the best books, movies, food and all things Tibet. Our first Summer Reading List is dedicated to Tibetan writers from Tibet and in exile. From politics to Buddhism, here is our pick of 12 all-time favourite books.
Next year, His Holiness the Dalai Lama will turn 85. He has dedicated his entire life to promoting peace and compassion and this 2020 calendar offers a unique glimpse into his remarkable life of wisdom.
Pema Dolkar came to Australia under the government’s humanitarian program five years ago. Last week, Pema won the Australian Migration and Settlement Award for Journalism Excellence 2019 for her story about how newly-arrived Tibetans in Sydney’s Northern Beaches suburb of Dee Why are diving into Australian swimming culture.
Over 3,000 supporters like you have signed our petition calling on UQ to close its Confucius Institute. Three months on, Vice-chancellor Peter Høj has failed to respond to our petition. Our campaign to end China’s interference into Australian education is not going to be easy, but we are not giving up.
It’s mini raffle time! Enter for your chance to win two excellent prizes – a $1000 travel voucher or $300 gift card for wine or books. Tickets are $30 each. There are only 250 tickets in the draw so your chances of winning are great!
ATC Digital Campaigner Gemima Harvey was in Canberra to document the work of our Tibet Lobby Day delegation. Read her reflections.
To understand Tibet, people must hear directly from the Tibetans: from those in Tibet and from their families in exile. Watch these video stories.
Building support to end the isolation of Tibet through a Reciprocal #AccessToTibet bill.
Protestors defend academic integrity and call for greater transparency around The University of Queensland’s Confucius Institute.
Many of our universities, through their Confucius Institutes, are complicit in the Chinese government’s efforts to stifle debates on Tibet and other uncomfortable truths. Sign our petition to close down The University of Queensland’s Confucius Institute.