IMPORTANT NOTICE

Central Tibetan Women’s Association will start accepting applications from Tibetan Women who wish to learn tailoring at TWA’s Stitches of Tibet, with effect from 1st April 2016, for a period of 18 months.

The priority will be given to women who have arrived recently from Tibet, single women and women from poor family background. The project provides opportunities for Tibetan Women to become self-reliant.

The interested applicants are requested to send their application either by mail or drop the application at the TWA office by Monday the 21st March 2016.

 

The following documents are necessary to get the admission at the TWA’s Stitches of Tibet:-

  • Cover Letter addressed to the President.
  • Attested copy of Green Book.
  • Attested copy of Registration Certificate.
  • Medical Certificate.
  • One Reference Letter.
  • Passport size photo.

 

TWA launches the 6th Tibetan Women’s Advanced Leadership Training, 2015

Registration closed 

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Tibetan Women’s Association is pleased to launch this year’s much anticipated ‘Tibetan Women’s Advanced Leadership Training’, the 6th in the series. We invite Tibetan women between the age group (21-40) to register for the training.

Registration will remain open from today until November 30,2015.

The training is scheduled to take place from December 20-27, 2015 at the Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi.

The eight-day training will explore the three different aspects of leadership- identifying, building and implementing leadership skills. The training encompasses both inbound and outbound programs and activities. Leading trainers such as Lynda Lepcha, executive director, Holistic Training Solutions, Paramita Das, critically acclaimed filmmaker and artist, and Dhardon Sharling, MP and PhD scholar will lead the training along with TWA’s core team.

Past trainees have affirmed that the experience was brilliant and that of a lifetime and that they benefited a great deal by being on the learning curve.

The training aims to empower young Tibetan women to hold the mantle of leadership, to continue with the legacy of women’s leadership and thereby secure a safe and a sound future for women across the globe. It also aims to strengthen the social foundations of the Tibetan political struggle.

Travelling and other expenses will be met by Tibetan Women’s Association on production of bills.Interested candidates are requested to register themselves immediately. Seats are limited to 30 only.

The training agenda will be made available soon.

This year’s training is funded by National Endowment for Democracy

You can view 2013’s full ATWLT report here http://goo.gl/M2bHMb

For further information please contact TWA’s General Secretary, Tsering Choezom at twaetadesk@gmail.com