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4th Advanced Tibetan Women’s Leadership Training

Registrations open; email now!

Tibetan Women’s Association is honoured to launch the fourth series of the Advanced Tibetan Women’s Leadership training. The training is scheduled from 25th – 31st December 2013 at Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi. The registration will be open until 30th November 2013 – see below for full registration details. …

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Tibetan Women’s Association Fellowship Announcement- 2013

Tibetan Women’s Association is pleased to announce fellowship to one female candidate who would like to pursue a specialized study either in Gynecology or Pediatircs.

Qualification:

MBBS or Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Requirement:

  • Covering letter addressed to the President
  • Brief introduction of yourself and family background along with a statement …

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2013 TWA Fellowship Announcement

Tibetan Women’s Association is pleased to announce fellowship to one female candidate, who would like to specialize in Gynecology or Pediatric.

On 54th Anniversary of Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day, TWA has announced scholarship to a Tibetan female student who plans to do further study either on gynecology or pediatrics studies. Unfortunately, till date no one …

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TWA trains Burmese activists in Thailand on ‘Democracy and Elections’ – report

The two week training imparted the tools for organizing a Mass Mock Election in Burma

TWA trained Burmese refugee activists based in Thailand on ‘Democracy and Elections,’ in light of their successful organizing of Exile Tibet’s first Mass Mock Election in July 2010.

TWA Vice President Samten Chodon joined Program Coordinator of ‘Empowerment through Action’ …

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TWA’s 3rd Annual Tibetan Nun’s Leadership Training successfully completed – report

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Reporting from ‘Empowerment through Action Desk’ of TWA

Contemporary Tibetan history stands testimony to the courage and leadership of Tibetan nuns in Tibet. Since 1959, nuns have displayed these virtues by initiating and participating in the peaceful demonstrations on the streets of Lhasa and across Tibet. Tibetan Women’s Association felt the tremendous need to address …

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