Sign our petition calling on the University of Queensland to reverse its decision to suspend Drew Pavlou
Six months before his graduation, student leader Drew Pavlou was unfairly suspended from his university for two years. Drew Pavlou is made to pay this heavy price for challenging his university’s relationship with the Chinese government.
A summary of major recent developments in Tibet: how China’s ‘ethnic unity’ law will accelerate sinicisation of Tibet and impacts of damming Tibetan rivers.
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.
We would not exist without our dedicated members and supporters and so we are sharing profiles of the wonderful people who make our work for Tibet possible.
For anyone who may have missed an episode in our online series of Tibetan cooking shows, meditation and talks, we are sharing the replays here. Enjoy!
2019 marked 60 years of Tibetan resistance against China’s occupation of their homeland. It was a big year for ATC. Read our annual report to learn more about what we achieved together in 2019.
We strive to make human rights issues in Tibet an important part of Australia’s relationship with China. We do this by engaging our political leaders and ensuring the voices of our community and Tibetan-Australians are heard.
By bidding in our online auction, you will help fund campaigns for the freedom and human rights of Tibetans.
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.
As we are all staying inside as much as possible, we can take care of ourselves by listening to relaxing music or reading a beautiful book. We hope our recommendations will help in some way and also deepen your appreciation of all things Tibet.
We are thrilled to announce a live webinar – Calming the mind in the time of coronavirus – led by world-renowned Buddhist teacher and meditation master Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche.
Join us for our second episode of #Cook4Tibet, a series of online shows to celebrate Tibetan food. In this time of social isolation, let’s get together online and connect about all things Tibet.