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Please continue to support our campaign for Kokoxili.  
Please sign the petition This part of Tibet is a vast land of lakes, wetlands and wildlife and it is vital that this area is protected, but the protection of this unique ecosystem must have the full involvement of the Tibetan people, and Tibetan nomads in particular.

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His Holiness The 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje

A Special Talk by His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa at Royal Asiatic Society, London on 23 May 2017.

At the invitation of Tibet Society, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa gave a special talk on the Importance of Protecting the Environment of Tibet and the Himalayas 

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Tibet Society is working with the new Parliament to make sure the case for Tibet is heard.

You can still contact your new MP and ask them to pledge support.This is our opportunity to build parliamentary support for Tibet.

VOTE TIBET 2017 #VoteTibet2017 

Tibet Society wrote to over 1100 candidates in the General Election. Tibet Society called on our members and supporters in the UK to help us gather pledges from parliamentary candidates to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet

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I will use my position as an MP to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet including the freedom to determine their own future.
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Tibet Society Council Members with His Holiness the Gyalwang Karmapa prior to @TibetSociety event at the Royal Asiatic Society, London. (L to R) Thupten Dompo, Pempa Lobsang, Rt Hon Norman Baker, HH the Gyalwang Karmapa, Riki Hyde-Chambers OBE, Tsering Tashi, Karma Chura-Tsang. @karmapa @tibetsociety
Tibet Society welcomes His Holiness The 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje to the UK in May 2017.

Tibet Society Council Members with His Holiness the Gyalwang Karmapa prior to @TibetSociety event at the Royal Asiatic Society, London. (L to R) Thupten Dompo, Pempa Lobsang, Rt Hon Norman Baker, HH the Gyalwang Karmapa, Riki Hyde-Chambers OBE, Tsering Tashi, Karma Chura-Tsang.



17 May 2017: Panchen Lama



Today marks the 22nd anniversary of arbitrary detention of the 11th Panchen Lama, Gedun Choekyi Nyima by the Chinese government. One of Tibets most important spiritual leaders, the Panchen Lama has not been seen or heard from since then. On 17 May 1995, the six-year old Gedun Choekyi Nyima and his parents were arbitrarily detained by Chinese government officials.
To observe the 22nd anniversary of the Panchen Lamas arbitrary detention, Gedun Choekyi Nyima, Download the Missing poster
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10 March 2017: Tibet Uprising Day

Uprising Day march
Commemoration of the 58th anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising. Show your support for freedom and justice for Tibet and express solidarity with Tibetans inside Tibet. Lobby Day (7 Mar); March & rally in London (10 Mar); Events also in Northampton (7 Mar) & Milton Keynes (26 Mar)...full event details

Demolitions and evictions recommence at Larung Gar
[17 February 2017] Following a short winter break, Chinese authorities have recommenced demolitions and forced evictions at the Larung Gar Buddhist Institute in eastern Tibet. Those evicted have been forced to sign pledges never to return and are subject to political re-education classes... read more | Take action

Tibet: Less freedom than North Korea
Freedom House logo[31 January 2017] For the second consecutive year, Tibet has ranked as the second worst place in the world for freedom and human rights, according to Freedom House. North Korea and Eritrea ranked better than Tibet; only Syria was assessed to be worse...
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Tashi Wangchuk's detention epitomises China's brutal regime
Tashi Wangchuk[27 Janaury 2017] PRESS RELEASE: On the first anniversary of the detention of Tibetan language advocate Tashi Wangchuk, Tibet Society calls for his release and says his arrest "exemplifies how deep Xi Jinping's crackdown on civil society runs"... read press release

Protest in London to free Tashi Wangchuk
Tashi Wangchuk actionOn the first anniversary of Tashi Wangchuk's arrest, join the peaceful protest calling for his release. Friday 27 Janaury, 6pm-8pm, outside Chinese Embassy, 49-51 Portland Place, London W1B 1JL... see current actions

Tibetan language advocate indicted, trial imminent
Tashi Wangchuk
[18 January 2017] Tashi Wangchuk is facing an imminent trial, following the resubmission of his case to the Yushu Intermediate Peoples Court. Tashi, a Tibetan language advocate was arrested a year ago after The New York Times featured his work...read more|Take Action

Chinas rule over Tibet highly repressive: Human Rights Watch
HRW logo[13 January 2017] In its annual report, Human Rights Watch says, under the leadership of Xi Jinping "the outlook for fundamental human rights [in China] ... remains dire." The report states Beijing's rule over Tibet remained "highly repressive" throughout 2016... read more

Family forced to deny self-immolation was politically-motivated
Tashi Rabten[11 January 2017] UPDATE: Family members of self-immolator Tashi Rabten have been interrogated and forced to state the self-immolation was due to domestic problems and not politically motivated. At least nine other Tibetans have also been detained... read more

Human Rights Day: Tibetans, Uyghurs and Chinese in solidarity
Vigil at Trafalgar Square[13 December 2016] Tibet Society marked Human Rights Day on 10 December 2016 by holding a solidarity vigil with Tibetan, Uyghur and Chinese activists and supporters. A letter was delivered to 10 Downing Street, followed by a procession to Trafalgar Square, where a vigil was held... read more

Family detained after self-immolation in eastern Tibet
8 Dec 2016 self-immolation[9 December] On 8 December, a Tibetan died after carrying out a self-immolation protest in Machu, eastern Tibet. Tashi Rabten shouted slogans calling for freedom for Tibet and the return of the Dalai Lama before succumbing to his injuries. Members of Tashi's family have since been detained... read more

Human rights overshadowed by trade at UK-China summits
uk-china flag[28 November] Over the past month, two UK-China Dialogues have taken place. Unfortunately, the UK placed considerably more significance on the Economic Dialogue, as signified by the presence of the Prime Minister, whilst the Human Rights Dialogue was left to a newly-appointed junior minister... read more

Tibet Society briefs Foreign Office prior to UK-China Dialogue
Tibet reps at FCO[18 November] Prior to the UK-China Human Rights Dialogue held at the end of October, Tibet Society submitted a report on political prisoners to the Foreign Office and met with the new Minister for Asia and the Pacific. Though Tibet was raised during the dialogue, no official statement has been made... read more | download report

New product: Tibet shawls [SOLD OUT]
Tibet shawls[14 November 2016] Tibet Society is excited to offer a new product to our supporters - the Tibet shawl - just in time for the colder weather! Each shawl costs 22 (plus 3 p&p per order) THIS ITEM IS NOW SOLD OUT...read more

China condemns meeting between Sikyong and Speaker of House
Sikyong and Speaker[8 November] China criticised the UK government for allowing the Sikyong to meet the Speaker of the House, John Bercow MP, calling Dr Sangay a separatist and the leader of an illegitimate government. The Speaker also welcomed the Sikyong to the House during parliamentary proceedings... read more | video of Speaker's welcome

Sikyong meets MPs; urges UK government to support Middle Way
Sikyong & MPs[1 November] Today, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay met with MPs at the Houses of Parliament and urged the UK government to support the Middle Way Approach. The Sikyong also called for a coordinated approach between the UK, US and EU to tackle China over Tibet... read more
Take action for Larung Gar & religious freedom in Tibet
London protest[28 October] Call on China to halt the demolitions and expulsions at Larung Gar.  Write to the Chinese authorities and your MP. New points to raise and a new sample letter. Download a twibbon, social media banners and sign an online petition... Take Action
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