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ACTION: Kirti monastery PDF Print E-mail
[ONGOING] Kirti monastery in Tibet is currently subject to a military lockdown, imposed by the Chinese authorities in response to protests that began on 16 March. Two Tibetans were killed on 21 April and many arrested. Over 300 monks have been removed from the monastery and at least seven Kirti monks have received prison sentences. Please take action now!
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Call on the British government to take stronger action for Tibet PDF Print E-mail
[21 July 2011] The Foreign & Commonwealth Office yesterday published a quarterly update to their annual Human Rights Report, which includes references to the ongoing crisis at Kirti Monastery and to the Chinese Premier's visit to the UK in June. Comments via the Foreign Office (FCO) website are requested from the public, providing an opportunity for Tibet supporters to call on the British government to take practical, meaningful actions to support Tibetans in their struggle to end China's oppression of Tibet.
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ACTION: Tashi Rabten sentenced to four years PDF Print E-mail
Tashi Rabten, a student who wrote about the 2008 protests in Tibet, has been given a four year prison sentence for inciting activities to split the nation. According to Radio Free Asia, the sentencing took place on 2 June by Ngaba Intermediate Court following a trial which was closed to family and friends. Tashi Rabten was one of six prisoners and detainees whose cases were highlighted during the Tibet Mass Lobby in the UK in March.
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Chinese Premier in UK 25-27 June PDF Print E-mail
Chinese Premier to meet David Cameron on 27 June
Take Action: Urge Cameron to speak out for Tibet
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ACTION: Follow-up to Tibet Mass Lobby 2011 PDF Print E-mail
As the Foreign Office fails to address concerns, Tibet Society calls on members and supporters to write to their MPs as a follow-up action to the Tibet Mass Lobby 2011.
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ACTION: British government must stop pandering to China PDF Print E-mail
Following the visit of the Chinese Vice-Premier to the UK (9-12 January), the signing of over 2.6 billion worth of trade deals between UK and China and the apparent neglect of raising human rights issues during the visit, Tibet Society is calling upon its members and supporters to write to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Trade and Investment Minister Lord Green and raise questions regarding the British government's policy when entering trade negotiations with China.
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ACTION: Supporter actions for Human Rights Day PDF Print E-mail
[ONGOING] Human Rights Day 2010 (Friday, 10 December) was the 62nd anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It was also the day of the ceremony of the Nobel Peace Prize, which was this year given to Liu Xiaobo, a human rights defender and advocate of genuine autonomy for Tibet who has been imprisoned by the Chinese government. Supporters can still take action calling for the release of Liu Xiaobo and all prisoners of conscience held under the Chinese regime.
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ACTION: Liu Xiaobo awarded Nobel Peace Prize PDF Print E-mail
[ONGOING] The 2010 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, on 8 October, for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China. He is also a long-term advocate of genuine autonomy for Tibet. Supporters are encouraged to write congratulatory letters to Liu Xiaobo who remains in prison.
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ACTION: Runggye Adak PDF Print E-mail
[30 July 2010] Runggye Adak, a Tibetan nomad, is currently serving an eight-year prison sentence for publicly calling for the return of the Dalai Lama to Tibet. He was arrested by the Chinese authorities on 1 August 2007 at the annual Lithang horse-racing festival and charged with provocation to subvert state power. Please take action to help release Runggye Adak.
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POST-ELECTION ACTION: build and develop good communication with your MP PDF Print E-mail
Tibet Society believes it is vital to build a relationship with your MP to better advocate for Tibet and keep the issue of Tibet on both the parliamentary and government's agendas.
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