Nepal and Tibet Page: A brief resume, plus photos, info. and stories
from my journey across Tibet, from Lhasa to Kathmandu. A True Story
- is Tibet part of China? Also photos, information and a few tales
Bureau du Tibet
(Office of Tibet in Paris): Since 1996, Bureau du Tibet, Paris,
publishes a trimester magazine on all aspects of Tibet : ACTUALITE´S
TIBE´TAINES. Subscription : 25 Euro for France, 30 Euro for EU, 35
Euro for non EU European countries, and 40 Euro for the rest of the
world. This magazine has become a reference material for the French
speaking world regarding the Tibetan issue. Every issue carries an
indepth article on religion, culture, politics, etc....
Free Tibet Campaign : Free Tibet Campaign's official site. Campaigning for an end to the
Chinese occupation of Tibet and for the Tibetans' fundamental human
rights to be respected. News, Events, Merchandise, in depth Information
and Advice (including Tibetan Culture, Environment, History, Politics,
Religion, Travel, Women's issues) and Contacts. UK based.
Tibet -India: What is happening at the Roof of the World after
the illegal invasion of Tibet in 1959 by the Communist China.
Hear Tibet!: International
campaign for a United Nations sponsored referendum in Tibet.
Network: Formed in 1988 we are a research and lobbying network
which campaigns on the issue of Tibetan independence and women's human
rights, particularly the appalling subject of forced sterilizations
and forced abortions. We research and publish reports, including 'Orders
of the State' (2000) and 'Children of Despair' (1992). Our aim is
to provide political and other forms of assistance to Tibetans and
promote Tibet's rightful independence. We are an international network
where people can join our online campaigns, give donations, research
information or help orphaned children.
Tibetan Culture: Tibetan culture; political focus; regional associations
and support groups; spiritual healing -- Tibetan medicine; Tibetan
buddhism; preservation projects.
Save Tibet (Austria):
An organisation for help to the Tibetan people, with over 3000 members
and supporters. It works for an end to the Chinese occupation of Tibet
and for the reinstallment of Tibetans' fundamental human rights. Its
campaigns are directed at the public, media, politicians and international
bodies, its activities range from public talks to direct actions.
Save Tibet also supports various projects in Dharamsala through donations
to maintain the tibetan culture.
Center (formerly International Committee of Lawyers for Tibet):
Tibet Justice Center advocates self-determination for the Tibetan
people. Through legal action and education, Tibet Justice Center promotes
human rights, environmental protection and peaceful resolution of
the situation in Tibet. Tibet Justice Center is a non-profit organization
supported by attorneys, other concerned individuals and organizations.
- Kilima.com: An online guide to Tibet: Art, Film, Literature,
Music, News & Travel
Virtual Homeland (Multilingual Site) (English
only): The official name of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Tibetan
Government-in-Exile is the "Central Tibetan Administration" (CTA).
The CTA was first established on 29 April 1959 in Mussoorie as the
continuation of the Tibetan Government in Tibet. In May 1960, the
CTA was moved to Dharamsala in north-west India. The Tibetan people,
both in and outside Tibet, recognise the CTA as their sole and legitimate
government. It is also being increasingly recognised as the legitimate
government of the Tibetan people by parliaments around the world.
The CTA spearheads the Tibetan people's struggle to regain their freedom.
It also looks after the welfare of some 130,000 Tibetans in exile.
The CTA functions according to the modern democratic principles of
its constitution, which is adopted by the popularly-elected legislative
assembly known as the Assembly of Tibetan People's Deputies. His Holiness
the Dalai Lama, reviewing the website before launch, said that he
was greatly encouraged to see information on Tibet in so many languages.
"With the sudden proliferation of Tibet-related Web sites, it is my
hope that a virtual Tibetan community can be created in cyberspace,
to be freely accessible to everyone interested in Tibetan Buddhism,
Tibetan culture and Tibet's present tragic fate," the Dalai Lama said
in a message on the launch. TibetNet is thought to be the first large
Web site published in Tibetan.
of Tibet : The Story of Aten and the Khampas' Fight for the Freedom
of Their Country: Jamyang Norbu, Published 1987.
can I do for Tibet?: Presents a long list of concrete activities
and campaigns that can be pursued to help Tibet become independent.
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