World Day for International Justice

The peaceful Buddhist country of Tibet was invaded by Communists China in 1949. Since that time, In Tibet, millions of Tibetans have been killed, over 6000 monasteries have been destroyed, and thousands of Tibetans have been tortured and imprisoned, Tibetans being over-ruled by the Martial rules and uncountable crimes caused by the Chinese authorities. On March 12, 1959, Tibetan women voiced up and protested against the Chinese injustice system at Potala Palace on which Uprising Day was established, and having had the opportunity to be the Tibetans in Exile, we protest every year to seek help from the world.
On 17th July 2022, In the morning around 11am at McLeod Square, Dharamshala, Central TWA Along with 3 Major NGOs based in Dharamshala; National Democratic Party of Tibet, Gu Chu Sum, and Students for a Free Tibet combined together to organize an official day on the World Day for International Justice which is observed on July 17 every year to mark the strengthening system of international justice and to promote the rights of the victims. Our President and the NDPT President read a statement as a spokesperson in regards to the event. Furthermore, a photo exhibition of a Lady Justice being threatened by the President of China, Xi Jinping, also showcased the social injustices served in Tibet. Thus, our prime focus was to create awareness among the media and local people by exposing the true crime and injustices in Tibet that the Chinese Government instigated. We thank the Media and the people for observing and their presence.

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