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Mar 14 2015

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On the March 14 International Day of Action for Rivers, Tibetan Women’s Association rejoice this day to remember the significance of Rivers in Tibet, lift our voices to celebrate rivers around the world and solute those who struggle to protect them. Tibet is the source for many of Asia’s principal rivers …

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Dec 05 2014

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TWA at COP20, Lima, Peru


LIMA, Peru:

Central Tibetan Women’s Association’s Women’s Environment and Development Officer Dorji Kyi and The Tibet Policy Institute’s environment research fellow Tempa Gyaltsen are participating the ongoing UN Climate Change Conference or more popularly known as the COP20 at Lima, in Peru.


The COP20 or the Conference of the Parties organised by the …

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Jul 15 2014

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TWA successfully wraps up its programs for the 33rd Kalachakra initiation held in Ladakh.


The Tibetan Women’s Association and its global network of regional chapters successfully organized a series of actions during the 33rd Kalachakra initiation offered by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and held in Ladakh from July 03-14, 2014.

TWA organized a series of public discussions oriented towards advancing public discourse on democracy, gender, women’s leadership, …

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Jun 05 2014

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TWA observes the World’s Environment Day – 2014


  TWA’s Women Environment and Development Desk joins Lha Charitable Trust and Clean Upper Dharamsala Program on World Environment Day. A street art was performed by the team from Dharamsala Art School conveying environment sensitive message to the masses.

Sep 30 2013

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World River’s Day event successfully concluded

Dharamsala, 30th Sept, 2013

To mark the ‘World Rivers Day’, Women’s Environment and Development Desk (WEDD) of the Central Tibetan Women’s Association organized a public seminar on Tibet’s River and its importance for Asia’s sustainability. This event was aimed to inform and spread awareness about the importance of the rivers in …

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