‘Tibet 1985: The Last Fact-Finding Delegation’ is a personal account of Tenzin Phuntsok Atisha’s trip to his country. Australia Tibet Council is honoured to be hosting the e-book version.
Our annual Freedom for Tibet Raffle is back! We have two great prizes on offer: First prize is a travel voucher from Flight Centre valued at $3,000 and second prize is a $500 gift card for wine or books. Tickets are $30 each.
With the unprecedented global attention on China at the moment, we knew this was a critical moment for Tibet and that we had to get our message in front of Australia’s politicians. In all, 40 ATC members and Tibetans met with 26 MPs from across Australia during Tibet Lobby Week.
To celebrate His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 85th birthday on 6 July, we have a limited number of copies of his beautiful, new children’s book for sale, with proceeds supporting our work for Tibet.
The International Tibet Network and World Uyghur Congress strongly condemn the Chinese government’s passing of a National Security Law for Hong Kong without the consultation of the people of Hong Kong; a grave turning point.
It’s time to end the isolation of Tibet. For Tibet Lobby Week, which is happening right now, we’re meeting with 25 MPs and Senators to build support for the first Australian law on Tibet.
Enjoy this Tibet winter reading list featuring recommendations given by our members and supporters, ranging from historical accounts to personal narratives.
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!