October is domestic violence month. In order to stand against domestic violence and raise awareness about the issue,Tibetan Women’s Association in collaboration with WED organised a campaign on domestic violence. We urge everyone to speak and take a stand against domestic violence. Together we can and we should.

A Street Protest held in Glasgow, UK

Today Tibetan Women’s Association along with six Tibetan organisations based in Dharamsala organised a street protest in solidarity with the Global Climate Strikes (22nd Oct, 2021) around the globe ahead of the COP26 to be held in Glasgow, UK.

There is a global climate crisis and Tibet is one of the frontlines. It is essential to bring the narrative of Tibet’s ecological condition in the global climate discussion.Tibet plateau needs to be protected, not just for the Tibetan, Tibet’s wildlife and ecosystems but for the water security of 1.5 billion people downstream.




A-Nya Sengdra, a Tibetan nomad and environmental activist from eastern Tibet was detained on 4th September 2018. 4th September, 2021 marks three years since his arrest.
He was sentenced to seven years in prison on false charges. His arrest and detention appears to be a response to his peaceful activism as an environmentalist, community leader and anti-corruption activist. He has committed no crime under Chinese or international law and should be freed.

International Day of the Disappeared

30th August, 2021
On this International Day of the Disappeared, Central Tibetan Women’s Association organized a poster campaign in remembrance of all the political prisoners who are victims of enforced disappearances and arbitrary detentions under the Chinese occupation.
This campaign is organized to showcase our solidarity with all the victims of enforced disappearances under CCP’s ruthless regime. It is also a message to China that we will continue to seek justice on behalf of all the victims.