Tibetan Women's Association

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TWA Appeal To Boycott Chinese Goods

The story of Tibet is a tragic story of a peaceful, innocent and a deeply religious nation colonised by its neighbor China in 1949. In the aftermath of the occupation, thousands of Tibetans were killed and imprisoned, monasteries and religious sculptures demolished and stockpiles of sacred scriptures burnt. The tragedy still continues.

But the world …

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TWA 2002 Women Uprising Day Statement

March 12, 2002:¬†Today, we are gathered here to commemorate the 43rd anniversary of the Tibetan women’s uprising Day. On behalf of all the Tibetan women both in and outside Tibet, I take this opportunity to salute all the brave women who have sacrificed their precious lives. It is sad to note that recently one of …

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Tibetan Women’s defiant voices: the World Conference on Women in Beijing 1995

Tibetan Women at the UN conference in Beijing 1995

Voices that refused to be silenced: the inspirational story of the Tibetan Women’s Delegation in Beijing 1995

TWA partnered with seven other NGOs concerned with Tibetan women’s issues to take part in the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, held in Beijing 1995.

This conglomerate was comprised of: 1. Tibetan Womens Association, India …

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