Category: Announcement

Tibetan Women’s Association’s photo caption contest is back in dedication to this year’s International Women’s Day’s theme

Hey facebook peeps, Tibetan Women’s Association’s photo caption contest is back in dedication to this year’s International Women’s Day’s theme #Pledgeforparity-“Planet 50-50 by 2030:Step It Up for Gender Equality”. All are invited to participate in captioning the pictures and also key your full name and the country you are from. As a reward …

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Tibetan Women’s Association in collaboration with Guchusum Movement, Students For FreeTibet, National Democrative Party of Tibet and Tibetan Youth Congress

Tibetan Women’s Association in collaboration with Guchusum Movement, Students For FreeTibet, National Democrative Party of Tibet and Tibetan Youth Congress will host a prayer to protest against the demolition of Larung Gar, the biggest Buddhist Institute in Tibet.

We request all to join us in our prayer and stand in solidarity with Larung Gar.

Job Announcement

Tibetan Women’s Association is recruiting applicants for the post of an Accountant. Applicants are requested to send us a copy of the following at tibwomen@gmail.com by July 31, 2016 referencing in the subject line of the email “Recruits: Accountant”.

  • Covering Letter addressed to the President.
  • Resume.
  • Attested copy of Green Book and Registration …

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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 …

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

Registration closed

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.

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