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Reciprocal Access to Tibet: Update

Reciprocal Access to Tibet: Update

US State Department Report finds that the Chinese government “systematically impeded” travel to Tibetan areas by US diplomats, journalists and tourists in 2021.

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Tibet Stories: Kyinzom Dhongdue

Tibet Stories: Kyinzom Dhongdue

Tibet Stories: Kyinzom Dhongdue. An interview with former executive of ATC, Kyinzom Dhongdue, about being the first Tibetan-Australian to run for Parliament.

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63rd Uprising Day – 10 March 2022

63rd Uprising Day – 10 March 2022

On March 10 1959, Tibetans courageously rose up to protest China’s illegal occupation of their country. Since then every March 10 is commemorated with rallies to reject the Chinese claim over Tibet. Read more to find rallies you can join in a city closest to you!

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Going the distance for Tibet

Going the distance for Tibet

In 1994, Tenzin Dhonyoe was sentenced to imprisoned in a Chinese prison. His alleged crime – refusing to denounce and degrade the Dalai Lama.

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2020 ATC Award Recipients

2020 ATC Award Recipients

The Australia Tibet Council is fortunate to have deeply dedicated supporters. With the aim of recognising members who have made significant contributions over the years, ATC presents annual awards. Here are the award recipients for 2020.

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2021 Campaign Wrap Up

2021 Campaign Wrap Up

ATC’s Executive Officer, Zoe Bedford, wraps up what has been a successful year of promoting and advocating for Tibet in Australia.

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Pledge your support for Tibetan religious identity

Pledge your support for Tibetan religious identity

ATC is beginning a pledge campaign to put the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on notice. Tibet supporters around the world know that the CCP is aiming to interfere with the succession of the Dalai Lama and we don’t accept this. Take and share this pledge:
“I pledge to only recognise a Dalai Lama appointed via Tibetan Buddhist traditions and practices, without interference by the Chinese Government.”

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