October is domestic violence month. In order to stand against domestic violence and raise awareness about the issue,Tibetan Women’s Association in collaboration with WED organised a campaign on domestic violence. We urge everyone to speak and take a stand against domestic violence. Together we can and we should.
Today, Tibet Action Institute conducted a workshop on Basic Digital Security to the members of Tibetan Women’s Association. We’d like to thank TAI for imparting information and knowledge regarding how to keep our digital space safe and secure .
Our last day’s workshop was held by Mrs. Sahiti Kachroo who elucidated on strategies about building perspectives and practice on gender equality and equity as the topic of principles of feminist justice and alternative community based justice system. For the afternoon session we had our feedback session . The whole workshop session was extremely informative […]
Today Tibetan Women’s Association along with six Tibetan organisations based in Dharamsala organised a street protest in solidarity with the Global Climate Strikes (22nd Oct, 2021) around the globe ahead of the COP26 to be held in Glasgow, UK. There is a global climate crisis and Tibet is one of the frontlines. It is essential […]
The Nobel Peace Prize for 1989 The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize to the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, the religious and political leader of the Tibetan people.