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.
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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.
Read our letter to the NSW Education Minister Hon. Sarah Mitchell MP about our concerns with the Confucius Institute at the NSW Department of Education.
Read our new report that closely looks at how the Tibetan nomads have lived sustainably for centuries, the threat they are facing today, and why they must be understood as vital protectors of Tibet’s vast grasslands.
In the lead up to the federal election on 18 May, we asked the leading political parties where they stand on Tibet. Here are their responses.
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.
On 10 March, 2019, thousands took to the streets to mark the 60th anniversary of Tibetan Uprising Day.