“I am delighted to take up the role of Executive Officer for Australia Tibet Council and build on the important work of Paul Bourke and Kyinzom Dhongdue as well as ATC staff and supporters in campaigning for the human rights of Tibetans.”
Read our joint statement calling for the release of the ‘Hong Kong 12’ who have been detained incommunicado for over 60 days.
On 1st October, Tibetans, Uyghurs, Hongkongers, Southern Mongolians, Taiwanese and Chinese democracy activists joined together for a Global Day of Action to call on governments to stand against the Chinese Communist Party’s crackdown on freedom, democracy and human rights.
The 2021 Tibet wall calendar is here. It features photographs of sacred pilgrimage sites in the lives of Tibetans from monasteries and temples to a myriad of sacred mountains, lakes, rivers, boulders, and other elements of the natural environment.
With the arrival of Spring we bring you a new reading list, with recommendations from our members ranging from classic to contemporary. Enjoy!
Ahead of the International Day of the Disappeared on 30 August, let’s call on the Australian Government to push for the immediate release of the Panchen Lama and his family. Sign our petition to Foreign Minister Marise Payne.
The first part of our new series, by Tenzin Saldon, profiling Tibetan businesses around Australia looks at Wild Yak – Tibetan Restaurant.
Read our joint submission with the Australian Tibetan Community Association to the parliamentary inquiry into Issues Facing Diaspora Communities in Australia.
ATC Board of Directors announce that our Executive and Campaigns Officer Kyinzom Dhongdue will be leaving the employment of the Australia Tibet Council by the end of 2020.
We are pleased to announce that the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission has certified ATC as a registered charity in recognition of our work in advocating for human rights.
Five UN human rights experts have raised concerns about the whereabouts of Tibet’s Panchen Lama in a statement to the Chinese government.
‘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.