The first Tibetan Women’s Helpline Service is launched with the collaboration of TWA Central and Women Empowerment Desk (WED) under SARD ( CTA) which focuses on preventing and responding to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in Tibetan community.
Central Tibetan Women’s association would like to congratulate Mrs. Nancy Pelosi for being re-elected for second time as the Speaker of United States House of Representatives and becoming the most powerful women in United States. Madam Nancy Pelosi is a very dear friend of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and has been an ardent supporter of Tibet’s cause through out her political career. We hope she will continue to advocate Tibet’s cause in international platform.
TWA started its first ever “Youth Empowerment Training” (YET) in lieu of “Advanced Women’s Empowerment Training” from 24th to 30th December, 2018 with 30 participants from 5 major Universities in South India at Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi.
During this weeklong workshop, the participants will be introduced to important issues such as Gender Sensitization, Gender Equality, Conflict Resolution, Communication, Leadership and Lobbying. They’re also imparted and guided with knowledge from professionals in various fields
Jodhpur, Rajasthan: In the Morning of 19th December, TWA Central’s Vice president Mrs. Kalsang Youdon la along with staff Ms.Thupten Lhamo la has met with Tibetans at Tibetan Refugee market, Jodhpur and Resham bala, President of ITF.
In the Afternoon, TWA’s Executive members met and interacted with the Jodhpur collector, Dr. Ravi Kumar Surpur. They also organised a Press conference on “Appeal for Tibet to Indian Leaders Tour”. We would like to thank Shrimati Resham bala, President of ITF and members of ITF for their kind support.