Category: Women’s empowerment

TWA’s Tibetan Women’s Advanced Leadership Training 2010, report

Tibetan Women’s Advanced Leadership Training (TWALT); Advancing high level women leadership and promoting women representation in the Tibetan community

7th – 17th June 2010: House of Peace and Dialogue, Upper TCV School.

The Tibetan Women’s Advanced Leadership Training organized by the Tibetan Women’s Association (TWA) kick started with a opening ceremony held at the …

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TWA embarks on an Advanced Tibetan Women’s Leadership Training, 2010

The time is now ripe for She-roes and States-Women

Albeit statistics say that the workforce in CTA accounts to 46%-female and 54%- male. But is also reveals a shocking discrepancy of only 3% of ‘Women on top level’ in stark contrast to the 97% male. The same picture fits in other frames of tibetan exile …

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Tibetan Nun’s Leadership Program

2009 game

The contemporary Tibetan history since 1959 stands testimony to the sheer courage and leadership roles that the Tibetan nuns in Tibet displayed by initiating and participating in the peaceful demonstrations on the streets of Lhasa and elsewhere in Tibet. Although, Tibetan nuns in exile display such acts of patriotism as well, Tibetan Women’s Association felt …

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Tibetan Women Leadership Program’s Letters to the UN

December 18, 2006: Twenty students from Bangalore, Baroda, Delhi and Dharamsala attended the five day Tibetan Women Leadership Program in Delhi. All participants were divided in four groups and each group lodged an individual complaint against the violation of human rights in Tibet to the respective United Nation’s Committee. The …

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Tibetan Women Leadership Program

twlp group 2006

In 2005, TWA organized a successful Tibetan Women Leadership Program (TWLP) held in Bangalore. TWA decided to hold a second annual TWLP in 2006 due to the success of the 2005 program. Approximately twenty female students from Bangalore, Baroda, Delhi and Dharamsala joined the leadership program. The five-day workshop from Dec 9 to 13 was …

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