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    Taiwan: Representative Kelsang Gyaltsen Bawa and Secretary Sonam Dorjee of the Office of Tibet, Taiwan visited  Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche at his residence earlier this morning. During their meeting, Representative Kelsang presented a brief report on the tasks undertaken by the office as well as the works of other Offices of Tibet spread across 13 nations....
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    Dharamshala: The weekly mass testing of Covid has covered 1174 Tibetans living across India and Nepal. Of the tested individuals, Dr Tsamchoe reported 36 new cases consisting of 13 males and 23 females, and the eldest among them is aged 83 while the youngest being 2 years old. As per the data received by the...
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    Dharamshala: His Holiness the Dalai Lama wrote to PM Modi today congratulating him on his 71st birth anniversary. His Holiness the Dalai Lama wrote: “I offer my heartfelt greetings to you on your birthday. May you continue to live a long and healthy life. “As someone who cares deeply about this country, I congratulate you...
  • European Parliament report expresses grave concern about coercive labor programs in Tibet September 17, 2021
    Brussels: The European Parliament in Strasbourg on Thursday, 16 September 2021, adopted a report on the EU-China strategy. The report adopted by 570 votes in favor, 61 against and 40 abstentions, expresses grave concern about reports of labor programs in Tibet, calls for free access to Tibetan areas for diplomats and journalists. More importantly, the...
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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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Tibetan Buddhist Centres are dedicated to preserve and promote Tibetan religious and cultural heritage

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