United Nations COP 27 in 2022

From 6th -18th November 2022,

Four Tibetan Women delegations from the Tibet Climate Crisis coalition participated in the COP27 in Egypt. The coalition is made of the following groups Tibet Policy Institute, International Tibet Network, Tibet Watch, Students For A Free Tibet, and Tibet Justice Center. We believe that Tibet's climate must be a major part of the global climate discussion.

Meetings: The US Senator and Staff Director CECC

On 27th October 2022,
Maggie Dougherty (US Senate Staff)and Matt Squeri (Staff Director of Congressional-Executive Commission on China) were accompanied by Mrs. Tenchoe Gyatso (Vice-President of International Campaign for Tibet) at a meeting with 5 major NGOs of Dharamshala that took place at the office of Central Tibetan Youth Congress. Each representative briefly introduced their Association, elevating towards the aims and hardships of each NGO and Tibetans in exile, the China-Tibet conflict, and ended the meeting with Q&A.
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Asia & Australasia Regional Meeting

From 21-23 October 2022,
For 3 consecutive days, International Tibet Network organized the ‘Asia and Australasia Regional Meeting’ at Norbu House, Mcleodganj, Dharamshala. In the meeting, 22 International Support Groups for Tibet consisting of 30 people across Asia & Australasia, including Central TWA’s President actively reviewed China's repression towards Tibet and sought ways to highlight the conflicts in Tibet through our voice and social network.
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Five Tibetan NGOs in Dharamsala staged a visual protest.

Five Tibetan NGOs ( TYC, TWA, NDPT, Gu Chu Sum & SFT-India) in Dharamsala staged a visual protest with body bags in Dharamshala today as part of a ‘Resist China’ global day of action, on the anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Each body bag was placed to represent those who have died due to the Chinese Communist Party’s brutal 70-year occupation of Tibet.
As the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrates the founding of the People’s Republic of China today, hundreds of Tibetans, Uygurs, Southern Mongolians, Hongkongers, and Chinese people are staging a Global Day of Action to Resist China. Protests are taking place in over 50 cities in 25 countries around the world, calling on governments to implement targeted sanctions against China and hold Beijing responsible for their egregious human rights abuses.

TWA sincerely thank House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other U.S. representatives

TWA Central is deeply thankful and heartened that the government of the United States and US house passed The Tibetan Policy and Support Act (H.R.4331) with the approval of majority of the House representatives. TWA sincerely thank House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, U.S. representatives Jim Mcgovern and Chris Smith and all the ardent supporters and campaign of civil and religious liberties in Tibet. We look forward to continuous support from the government of the U.S. to prevent further Human Rights Violation in Tibet and its regional countries