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  • Access to the TAR and other Tibetan areas did not improve in 2019: US State Department August 8, 2020
    Dharamshala: The Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, US Department of State has submitted its second annual report to Congress under Section 4 of the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act. The report analyses the level of access Chinese authorities granted … Continued The post Access to the TAR and other Tibetan areas did not improve […]
  • No Improvement in Access to Tibet in 2019: US State Department’s second report to Congress on access to Tibet August 7, 2020
    Dharamshala: Exactly a month after the US Secretary of State announced visa sanctions on the Chinese government and political leaders for restricting journalists, tourists, diplomats or other American officials from accessing autonomous regions in Tibet, US State Department released its … Continued The post No Improvement in Access to Tibet in 2019: US State Department’s […]
  • Sikyong’s political statement on completing 9th year in office August 7, 2020
    ༄༅། །དཔལ་ལྡན་སྲིད་སྐྱོང་མཆོག་ལས་འཁུར་ཞུས་ནས་ལོ་ ༩ འཁོར་བར་བཀའ་ཤག་གི་གསུང་བཤད། Political statement by Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay on completing 9 years in office Posted by TIBET TV on Thursday, 6 August 2020   Dharamshala: On the completion of his 9th and penultimate term as the President of … Continued The post Sikyong’s political statement on completing 9th year in office appeared first […]
  • Tibetan Parliamentary Speaker Pema Jungney congratulates newly elected Rajya Sabha MPs August 7, 2020
    Dharamshala: Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, Pema Jungney on behalf of all the Tibetans and the 16th Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile extends his hearty congratulations to forty-five newly elected members of the Rajya Sabha who recently took oath in the House chamber. In the congratulatory … Continued The post Tibetan Parliamentary Speaker Pema Jungney congratulates newly elected Rajya Sabha MPs […]
  • Challenge posed by China is serious; Either we transform China or China transforms us: Sikyong Dr Sangay at CACN China hearing August 7, 2020
    Dharamshala: The Wuhan originated COVID-19 in China has radically disrupted global events including diplomatic calendars impacting significant international meetings to be held online. The first formal hearing on China of the Canadian House of Commons Special Committee on Canada-China Relations … Continued The post Challenge posed by China is serious; Either we transform China or […]

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Tibet Support Group (TSG) aims to improve, physically and emotionally, the wellbeing of many Tibetan refugees. We set up sponsorships that provide educational opportunities and humanitarian aid to individuals and families facing hardships.

The example of showing generosity also greatly benefits the donors. In fact in a survey sent to sponsors, many made a special point of thanking us for this opportunity.

We don't know what the long-term implications of the many small acts from individuals and groups like ourselves will be on the Chinese occupation of Tibet. However, we have confidence in the future of our and others’ efforts.

It is Tibet Support Group’s intention to assist many Tibetan refugees, to provide opportunities to which they would otherwise not have access.

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Its purpose is to maximise the effectiveness of the worldwide Tibet movement. The Network works to increase the capacity of individual member organisations, develops coordinated strategic campaigns, and encourages increased cooperation among organisations, thereby strengthening the Tibet movement as a whole.

Network members are committed to non-violence as a fundamental principle of the Tibetan struggle. They regard Tibet as an occupied country and recognise the Tibetan Government in Exile as the sole legitimate government of the Tibetan people. Beyond these principles, the International Tibet Network respects the variety of views and opinions of its member organisations, for example concerning Tibet's future political status, and believes that diversity strengthens our movement.

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