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Denied Justice: China and the rule of law in Tibet PDF Print E-mail
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[September 2009] In February 2008, a White Paper entitled Chinas Efforts and Achievements in Promoting the Rule of Law was issued by Chinas Information Office of the State Council, which lauded the perceived improvements in implementing legal rights for citizens. Just a month later the world saw the Chinese leadership make a mockery of their self-proclaimed progress with a brutal crackdown against Tibetans calling for genuine rights and justice. | For a pdf or hardcopy of our briefing supplement Denied Justice: China and the rule of law in Tibet please email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 020 7272 1414 |
10th March 2009: Open letter to Gordon Brown PDF Print E-mail
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising - 10 March 2009 - a coalition of UK based Tibet support groups published an open letter to Prime Minister Gordon Brown addressing the urgent need for the UK government to act in light of the critical situation inside Tibet.
May 2008: The Dalai Lama at the Royal Albert Hall PDF Print E-mail
ImageIn May 2008, Tibet Society was delighted to be host to the two days the Dalai Lama spent in London during his visit to the UK.

We arranged a full programme at Westminster where the Dalai Lama gave an address to around 100 MPs, gave evidence to the Foreign Affairs Committee, met with the press and held an informal meeting with members of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet.

In association with Tibet Relief Fund, we also organised a public talk at the Royal Albert Hall where His Holiness spoke to a captivated audience of over 5,000 on the topic of  'Universal Responsibility in the Modern World'. Below is a full transcript of this inspiring and thought provoking talk.
2015 News Headlines PDF Print E-mail
News headlines for 2015 with links to articles
November 2015: Round-up of Tibet-related news PDF Print E-mail
[1 December 2015] A compilation of news from Tibet during November, plus international developments relating to Tibet, key statements and interviews. Includes state-sponsored religious repression, environmental warnings, China's bottled water industry, arrest of peaceful protestor and a recommended short video on the erosion of Tibetan culture and language.
Philippa Carrick: 14 years as CEO of Tibet Society PDF Print E-mail
[30 November 2015] After serving 14 years as the Chief Executive Officer of Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick is stepping down. Philippa is to become the full-time CEO of Tibet Relief Fund. Tibet Society would like to thank Philippa for her years of service, dedication and hard work.
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