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No matter what is going on

Never give up

Develop the heart

Too much energy in your country

Is spent developing the mind

Instead of the heart

Be compassionate

Not just to your friends

But to everyone

Be compassionate

Work for peace

In your heart and in the world

Work for peace

And I say again

Never give up

No matter what is going on around you

Never give up

 

H.H. The XIV Dalai Lama

 

For information about Tibet:

 

www.gfbv.org/chinakampagne/index.php

www.tibetanuprising.org

www.tibet-cafe.net

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.free-tibet.info

www.tibet-initiative.de

www.freetibet.net

tibetblogs.com/modules/feeds

www.phayul.com

Banner showing some of the repercussions of the new railway link.

 

To coincide with the planned high profile launch of the China/Tibet rail link on 1 July, Tibetans and Tibet supporters held concerted global protests outside Chinese embassies worldwide. The London demonstration was organised by Students for a Free Tibet UK and Tibetan Youth UK (see below for links). The worldwide action was co-ordinated by Students for a Free Tibet.

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise these issues in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Background on the rail link.

 

This highest railway in the world that will link China to Tibet has a wide range of repercussion for Tibetans within Tibet, nearly all of them negative as can be seen in the more obvious impacts listed below.

 

● It will increase the flow of Chinese moving to and working in Tibet, further diluting the indigenous population. In 2005 the Dalai Lama voiced his concerns about the effect of the railway on the population of Tibet when he said “Some kind of cultural genocide is taking place… In general, a railway link is very useful in order to develop, but not when politically motivated to bring about demographic change”.

 

● It will lead to increased poverty through fewer jobs being available. Most new jobs that will be created will be within businesses and trade that require educated and qualified people. Due to the cost of education and lack of facilities within rural areas, Tibetans remain ill-educated and will be unable to take advantage of these new openings.

 

● It will affect the fragile high altitude eco-system and habitat, with many experts voicing deep concerns about the long-term ecological implications.

 

● It will allow far greater ease of access for the Chinese army to increase its military strength in a highly politically sensitive area having borders to India and Russia. This could have wide ranging long-term implications to world peace.

 

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

  

25 April 2006. A vigil took place outside the Chinese embassy in London to mark the 17th birthday of Gendun Choekyi Nyima, the 11th Panchen Lama, who has been under house arrest in China since he was six years old.

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

www.tashi-lhunpo.org.uk

www.tashilhunpo.org

 

The vigil was organised by Students for a Free Tibet UK and Tibetan Youth UK

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

We may be in the comfort of our own homes but the government still has the ability to look in on our activities.

  

www.sftuk.org/digital-tibet/chinas-internet-controls/

Unlawful shooting of a Tibetan nun on the Nanga La – the British Government must bring China to account.

Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the UK staged a protest at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London where the Chinese Communist Party’s senior political advisor, Mr Jia Qinglin, was guest of honour at a lunch hosted by the China - Britain Business Council during his goodwill visit to London.

 

Jia Qinglin's goodwill visit was over shadowed by Tibetan protesters shouting "Free Tibet", "China out of Tibet" and slogans related to the cold blooded killing last month of Tibetan escapees at the Tibet - Nepal border. In the midst of the protest two coach loads of Chinese supporters arrived as if from nowhere and tried to storm the Tibetan protesters, who had earlier been cordoned-off into a crowd control enclosure by the police.

 

There has been worldwide condemnation at the killing of defenceless and innocent Tibetan escapees at Tibet/Nepal border by Chinese army border patrols on 30 September. Tibetans and their supporters called on the British Government to ask high-ranking Chinese official Mr Jia Qinglin to account for this abhorrent and unlawful act.

 

Mr Jia Qinglin, member of China's Communist party's top decision-making body, the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, arrived in the Birmingham, meeting city council members before coming on to London at the invitation of the British government.

 

Philippa Carrick of the Tibet Society expressed strong disappointment that the British government has yet to publicly condemn the Nangpa La killings saying “I am embarrassed by the lack of any public statements from our government that question China’s commitment to human rights or ask the Chinese government to account for what is an appalling and shocking act. This must be condemned in the strongest terms and the Chinese government must be asked to explain how two young people, one a nun, both unarmed, came to be shot dead by members of the Chinese army. The act was witnessed by western climbers and is on video. This is an extremely serious matter and one our government must not ignore.”

 

The killings have shocked Tibetans living in the UK. Tenzin Samphel, Chair of Tibetan Community in Britain, said, "We are enormously concerned about the Chinese policy in Tibet. The situation in Tibet is serious and desperate. People continue to be imprisoned by just having His Holiness Dalai Lama’s photos. Defenceless Tibetan escapees from Tibet, including nuns, are killed and Tibetans live under constant surveillance and strict censorship. We appeal to British Ministers and businessmen attending the lunch to demand an explanation from Mr Qinglin about the situation and ask his government to improve the lives of Tibetans and respect their human rights”

 

Karma ChuraTsang, Chair of Tibetan Youth in United Kingdom said, “Again and again, over and over, report after report and from every angle, Beijing’s brutal regime has been found guilty of human rights abuses in China and in Tibet. Why world still silent. Is it oil? Are these powerful western countries afraid of China? Are they testing Tibetans’ patience? It is time to speak out and stand up for millions of suffering Tibetans under Beijing’s regime and be on side of people who believe in peace, non violence and the truth”

 

Tibetan campaigner Dalha added, “British businesses have to think twice before signing anything to dotted line. China cannot keep its own words, let alone keep an agreement. Britain must retain its policy of great respect for human rights and sound and moral ethical business policy. Close ties with China means accepting regime's censorship and its gross negligence of human rights. China is testing His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s peaceful means of solving Sino-Tibet conflict. “

 

Links to news stories and video clips:

The US has officially lodged a protest with China: news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061015/wl_asia_afp/chinanepaltibet...

 

A Romanian TV station has released footage of what it says is Chinese soldiers shooting dead a Tibetan refugee.

www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/nolavconsole/ukfs_news/...

 

The Independent www.tibetsociety.com/news.asp#0025

 

The Guardian www.guardian.co.uk/china/story/0,,1933798,00.html

 

BBC stories

12 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6045566.stm

11 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6041870.stm

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

A stall outside the London School of Economics

Unlawful shooting of a Tibetan nun on the Nanga La – the British Government must bring China to account.

Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the UK staged a protest at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London where the Chinese Communist Party’s senior political advisor, Mr Jia Qinglin, was guest of honour at a lunch hosted by the China - Britain Business Council during his goodwill visit to London.

 

Jia Qinglin's goodwill visit was over shadowed by Tibetan protesters shouting "Free Tibet", "China out of Tibet" and slogans related to the cold blooded killing last month of Tibetan escapees at the Tibet - Nepal border. In the midst of the protest two coach loads of Chinese supporters arrived as if from nowhere and tried to storm the Tibetan protesters, who had earlier been cordoned-off into a crowd control enclosure by the police.

 

There has been worldwide condemnation at the killing of defenceless and innocent Tibetan escapees at Tibet/Nepal border by Chinese army border patrols on 30 September. Tibetans and their supporters called on the British Government to ask high-ranking Chinese official Mr Jia Qinglin to account for this abhorrent and unlawful act.

 

Mr Jia Qinglin, member of China's Communist party's top decision-making body, the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, arrived in the Birmingham, meeting city council members before coming on to London at the invitation of the British government.

 

Philippa Carrick of the Tibet Society expressed strong disappointment that the British government has yet to publicly condemn the Nangpa La killings saying “I am embarrassed by the lack of any public statements from our government that question China’s commitment to human rights or ask the Chinese government to account for what is an appalling and shocking act. This must be condemned in the strongest terms and the Chinese government must be asked to explain how two young people, one a nun, both unarmed, came to be shot dead by members of the Chinese army. The act was witnessed by western climbers and is on video. This is an extremely serious matter and one our government must not ignore.”

 

The killings have shocked Tibetans living in the UK. Tenzin Samphel, Chair of Tibetan Community in Britain, said, "We are enormously concerned about the Chinese policy in Tibet. The situation in Tibet is serious and desperate. People continue to be imprisoned by just having His Holiness Dalai Lama’s photos. Defenceless Tibetan escapees from Tibet, including nuns, are killed and Tibetans live under constant surveillance and strict censorship. We appeal to British Ministers and businessmen attending the lunch to demand an explanation from Mr Qinglin about the situation and ask his government to improve the lives of Tibetans and respect their human rights”

 

Karma ChuraTsang, Chair of Tibetan Youth in United Kingdom said, “Again and again, over and over, report after report and from every angle, Beijing’s brutal regime has been found guilty of human rights abuses in China and in Tibet. Why world still silent. Is it oil? Are these powerful western countries afraid of China? Are they testing Tibetans’ patience? It is time to speak out and stand up for millions of suffering Tibetans under Beijing’s regime and be on side of people who believe in peace, non violence and the truth”

 

Tibetan campaigner Dalha added, “British businesses have to think twice before signing anything to dotted line. China cannot keep its own words, let alone keep an agreement. Britain must retain its policy of great respect for human rights and sound and moral ethical business policy. Close ties with China means accepting regime's censorship and its gross negligence of human rights. China is testing His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s peaceful means of solving Sino-Tibet conflict. “

 

Links to news stories and video clips:

The US has officially lodged a protest with China: news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061015/wl_asia_afp/chinanepaltibet...

 

A Romanian TV station has released footage of what it says is Chinese soldiers shooting dead a Tibetan refugee.

www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/nolavconsole/ukfs_news/...

 

The Independent www.tibetsociety.com/news.asp#0025

 

The Guardian www.guardian.co.uk/china/story/0,,1933798,00.html

 

BBC stories

12 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6045566.stm

11 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6041870.stm

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Unlawful shooting of a Tibetan nun on the Nanga La – the British Government must bring China to account.

Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the UK staged a protest at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London where the Chinese Communist Party’s senior political advisor, Mr Jia Qinglin, was guest of honour at a lunch hosted by the China - Britain Business Council during his goodwill visit to London.

 

Jia Qinglin's goodwill visit was over shadowed by Tibetan protesters shouting "Free Tibet", "China out of Tibet" and slogans related to the cold blooded killing last month of Tibetan escapees at the Tibet - Nepal border. In the midst of the protest two coach loads of Chinese supporters arrived as if from nowhere and tried to storm the Tibetan protesters, who had earlier been cordoned-off into a crowd control enclosure by the police.

 

There has been worldwide condemnation at the killing of defenceless and innocent Tibetan escapees at Tibet/Nepal border by Chinese army border patrols on 30 September. Tibetans and their supporters called on the British Government to ask high-ranking Chinese official Mr Jia Qinglin to account for this abhorrent and unlawful act.

 

Mr Jia Qinglin, member of China's Communist party's top decision-making body, the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, arrived in the Birmingham, meeting city council members before coming on to London at the invitation of the British government.

 

Philippa Carrick of the Tibet Society expressed strong disappointment that the British government has yet to publicly condemn the Nangpa La killings saying “I am embarrassed by the lack of any public statements from our government that question China’s commitment to human rights or ask the Chinese government to account for what is an appalling and shocking act. This must be condemned in the strongest terms and the Chinese government must be asked to explain how two young people, one a nun, both unarmed, came to be shot dead by members of the Chinese army. The act was witnessed by western climbers and is on video. This is an extremely serious matter and one our government must not ignore.”

 

The killings have shocked Tibetans living in the UK. Tenzin Samphel, Chair of Tibetan Community in Britain, said, "We are enormously concerned about the Chinese policy in Tibet. The situation in Tibet is serious and desperate. People continue to be imprisoned by just having His Holiness Dalai Lama’s photos. Defenceless Tibetan escapees from Tibet, including nuns, are killed and Tibetans live under constant surveillance and strict censorship. We appeal to British Ministers and businessmen attending the lunch to demand an explanation from Mr Qinglin about the situation and ask his government to improve the lives of Tibetans and respect their human rights”

 

Karma ChuraTsang, Chair of Tibetan Youth in United Kingdom said, “Again and again, over and over, report after report and from every angle, Beijing’s brutal regime has been found guilty of human rights abuses in China and in Tibet. Why world still silent. Is it oil? Are these powerful western countries afraid of China? Are they testing Tibetans’ patience? It is time to speak out and stand up for millions of suffering Tibetans under Beijing’s regime and be on side of people who believe in peace, non violence and the truth”

 

Tibetan campaigner Dalha added, “British businesses have to think twice before signing anything to dotted line. China cannot keep its own words, let alone keep an agreement. Britain must retain its policy of great respect for human rights and sound and moral ethical business policy. Close ties with China means accepting regime's censorship and its gross negligence of human rights. China is testing His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s peaceful means of solving Sino-Tibet conflict. “

 

Links to news stories and video clips:

The US has officially lodged a protest with China: news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061015/wl_asia_afp/chinanepaltibet...

 

A Romanian TV station has released footage of what it says is Chinese soldiers shooting dead a Tibetan refugee.

www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/nolavconsole/ukfs_news/...

 

The Independent www.tibetsociety.com/news.asp#0025

 

The Guardian www.guardian.co.uk/china/story/0,,1933798,00.html

 

BBC stories

12 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6045566.stm

11 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6041870.stm

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Unlawful shooting of a Tibetan nun on the Nanga La – the British Government must bring China to account.

Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the UK staged a protest at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London where the Chinese Communist Party’s senior political advisor, Mr Jia Qinglin, was guest of honour at a lunch hosted by the China - Britain Business Council during his goodwill visit to London.

 

Jia Qinglin's goodwill visit was over shadowed by Tibetan protesters shouting "Free Tibet", "China out of Tibet" and slogans related to the cold blooded killing last month of Tibetan escapees at the Tibet - Nepal border. In the midst of the protest two coach loads of Chinese supporters arrived as if from nowhere and tried to storm the Tibetan protesters, who had earlier been cordoned-off into a crowd control enclosure by the police.

 

There has been worldwide condemnation at the killing of defenceless and innocent Tibetan escapees at Tibet/Nepal border by Chinese army border patrols on 30 September. Tibetans and their supporters called on the British Government to ask high-ranking Chinese official Mr Jia Qinglin to account for this abhorrent and unlawful act.

 

Mr Jia Qinglin, member of China's Communist party's top decision-making body, the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, arrived in the Birmingham, meeting city council members before coming on to London at the invitation of the British government.

 

Philippa Carrick of the Tibet Society expressed strong disappointment that the British government has yet to publicly condemn the Nangpa La killings saying “I am embarrassed by the lack of any public statements from our government that question China’s commitment to human rights or ask the Chinese government to account for what is an appalling and shocking act. This must be condemned in the strongest terms and the Chinese government must be asked to explain how two young people, one a nun, both unarmed, came to be shot dead by members of the Chinese army. The act was witnessed by western climbers and is on video. This is an extremely serious matter and one our government must not ignore.”

 

The killings have shocked Tibetans living in the UK. Tenzin Samphel, Chair of Tibetan Community in Britain, said, "We are enormously concerned about the Chinese policy in Tibet. The situation in Tibet is serious and desperate. People continue to be imprisoned by just having His Holiness Dalai Lama’s photos. Defenceless Tibetan escapees from Tibet, including nuns, are killed and Tibetans live under constant surveillance and strict censorship. We appeal to British Ministers and businessmen attending the lunch to demand an explanation from Mr Qinglin about the situation and ask his government to improve the lives of Tibetans and respect their human rights”

 

Karma ChuraTsang, Chair of Tibetan Youth in United Kingdom said, “Again and again, over and over, report after report and from every angle, Beijing’s brutal regime has been found guilty of human rights abuses in China and in Tibet. Why world still silent. Is it oil? Are these powerful western countries afraid of China? Are they testing Tibetans’ patience? It is time to speak out and stand up for millions of suffering Tibetans under Beijing’s regime and be on side of people who believe in peace, non violence and the truth”

 

Tibetan campaigner Dalha added, “British businesses have to think twice before signing anything to dotted line. China cannot keep its own words, let alone keep an agreement. Britain must retain its policy of great respect for human rights and sound and moral ethical business policy. Close ties with China means accepting regime's censorship and its gross negligence of human rights. China is testing His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s peaceful means of solving Sino-Tibet conflict. “

 

Links to news stories and video clips:

The US has officially lodged a protest with China: news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061015/wl_asia_afp/chinanepaltibet...

 

A Romanian TV station has released footage of what it says is Chinese soldiers shooting dead a Tibetan refugee.

www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/nolavconsole/ukfs_news/...

 

The Independent www.tibetsociety.com/news.asp#0025

 

The Guardian www.guardian.co.uk/china/story/0,,1933798,00.html

 

BBC stories

12 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6045566.stm

11 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6041870.stm

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Unlawful shooting of a Tibetan nun on the Nanga La – the British Government must bring China to account.

Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the UK staged a protest at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London where the Chinese Communist Party’s senior political advisor, Mr Jia Qinglin, was guest of honour at a lunch hosted by the China - Britain Business Council during his goodwill visit to London.

 

Jia Qinglin's goodwill visit was over shadowed by Tibetan protesters shouting "Free Tibet", "China out of Tibet" and slogans related to the cold blooded killing last month of Tibetan escapees at the Tibet - Nepal border. In the midst of the protest two coach loads of Chinese supporters arrived as if from nowhere and tried to storm the Tibetan protesters, who had earlier been cordoned-off into a crowd control enclosure by the police.

 

There has been worldwide condemnation at the killing of defenceless and innocent Tibetan escapees at Tibet/Nepal border by Chinese army border patrols on 30 September. Tibetans and their supporters called on the British Government to ask high-ranking Chinese official Mr Jia Qinglin to account for this abhorrent and unlawful act.

 

Mr Jia Qinglin, member of China's Communist party's top decision-making body, the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, arrived in the Birmingham, meeting city council members before coming on to London at the invitation of the British government.

 

Philippa Carrick of the Tibet Society expressed strong disappointment that the British government has yet to publicly condemn the Nangpa La killings saying “I am embarrassed by the lack of any public statements from our government that question China’s commitment to human rights or ask the Chinese government to account for what is an appalling and shocking act. This must be condemned in the strongest terms and the Chinese government must be asked to explain how two young people, one a nun, both unarmed, came to be shot dead by members of the Chinese army. The act was witnessed by western climbers and is on video. This is an extremely serious matter and one our government must not ignore.”

 

The killings have shocked Tibetans living in the UK. Tenzin Samphel, Chair of Tibetan Community in Britain, said, "We are enormously concerned about the Chinese policy in Tibet. The situation in Tibet is serious and desperate. People continue to be imprisoned by just having His Holiness Dalai Lama’s photos. Defenceless Tibetan escapees from Tibet, including nuns, are killed and Tibetans live under constant surveillance and strict censorship. We appeal to British Ministers and businessmen attending the lunch to demand an explanation from Mr Qinglin about the situation and ask his government to improve the lives of Tibetans and respect their human rights”

 

Karma ChuraTsang, Chair of Tibetan Youth in United Kingdom said, “Again and again, over and over, report after report and from every angle, Beijing’s brutal regime has been found guilty of human rights abuses in China and in Tibet. Why world still silent. Is it oil? Are these powerful western countries afraid of China? Are they testing Tibetans’ patience? It is time to speak out and stand up for millions of suffering Tibetans under Beijing’s regime and be on side of people who believe in peace, non violence and the truth”

 

Tibetan campaigner Dalha added, “British businesses have to think twice before signing anything to dotted line. China cannot keep its own words, let alone keep an agreement. Britain must retain its policy of great respect for human rights and sound and moral ethical business policy. Close ties with China means accepting regime's censorship and its gross negligence of human rights. China is testing His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s peaceful means of solving Sino-Tibet conflict. “

 

Links to news stories and video clips:

The US has officially lodged a protest with China: news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20061015/wl_asia_afp/chinanepaltibet...

 

A Romanian TV station has released footage of what it says is Chinese soldiers shooting dead a Tibetan refugee.

www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check/nolavconsole/ukfs_news/...

 

The Independent www.tibetsociety.com/news.asp#0025

 

The Guardian www.guardian.co.uk/china/story/0,,1933798,00.html

 

BBC stories

12 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6045566.stm

11 October: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6041870.stm

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Police were out in force when Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters peacefully demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

     

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

     

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

  

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

   

End of the demonstration

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

Free Tibet in Chinese!

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

  

A government Minister arrives at Downing Street whilst Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

     

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

 

Tibetans in the UK and Tibet supporters demonstrated outside Downing Street and called on Tony Blair to stand up for human rights and freedom of expression,

 

With the visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to London on September 12 & 13 for trade talks, Tony Blair yet again had a great opportunity to show he is a man of principle and one who stands by his vision of global values that would give “justice and opportunity for all” .

 

Speaking on behalf of the Tibet Society, Philippa Carrick stated, “From the recent Foreign Affairs Select Committee’s report, it is clear that China is not showing any commitment to improving its human rights record nor is it being held to account for this lamentable lack of progress. Gross human rights abuses and repression continue to take place. Wen Jiabao will push our government very strongly to increase trade links and lift the arms embargo. The time has come for Tony Blair to publicly stand up for justice, for human rights, for the repressed and to robustly reject any lifting of the embargo until China shows itself committed to political development and cleans up its human rights record."

 

It appears that the Prime Minister Blair did not grasp this opportunity and the issue of Tibet was not raised in any of the talks had between Wen Jiabao and any of HMG's Ministers.

 

The protest was organised jointly by:

Tibet Society of UK www.tibetsociety.com

Free Tibet Campaign www.freetibet.org

Tibetan Youth in UK www.tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com

Students for a Free Tibet www.sftuk.org

The Tibetan Community in Britain www.tibetancommunity.org.uk

  

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

Over the years , Government control over the internet has become an issue within our society. There are pros and cons, as well as boundaries that need to be established.

 

www.sftuk.org/digital-tibet/chinas-internet-controls/

Handing in Team Tibet information to the Chinese Embassy

 

To mark the one year countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympics UK Tibet Support Groups launched the UK Team Tibet and lit a Tibetan Olympic torch.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

alice speller wrote: Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 21:52:49 +0000 (GMT)

From: alice speller

Subject: Fwd: grop-2

To: fiona

 

Note: forwarded message attached.

To mark the one year countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympics UK Tibet Support Groups launched the UK Team Tibet and lit a Tibetan Olympic torch.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

Tibetan flag and banner on doorstep of the Chinese embassy

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

The protest moves to the traffic island in the middle of the road outside the Chinese embassy

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

UK Team Tibet and supporters warming up in Trafalgar Square!!

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

Demonstration opposite the Chinese embassy in London

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

UK Team Tibet warming up in Trafalgar Square!!

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

UK Team Tibet warming up in Trafalgar Square!!

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

Tibetan activist, Tenzin Tsundue calling for Chinese embassy officilas to come out and speak with him

 

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

A stall outside the London School of Economics

SFT UK and India working together

SFT UK and SFT India working together

Take action by writing to your MP asking him/her to raise concerns about the new rail link in parliament and ask what measures the government are taking in monitoring the use of this new rail link as regards

• population transfer

• employment of Tibetans

• redeploymnet of troops

• environmental impact

  

Tibet Society of the UK: www.tibetsociety.com

Students for a Free Tibet UK: www.sftuk.org

Tibetan Youth UK: tibetanyouthuk.blogspot.com/

Students for a Free Tibet:

www.studentsforafreetibet.org/

On 8 August 2008 the eyes of the world will be on China, where the sporting spectacle that is the Olympic Games is celebrated. But where will Tibet be?

 

Like other nations, the Tibetan people want to be represented at the Olympics. Yet Tibet remains occupied and Tibetans as a nation remain barred from participating in the Games. Young Tibetan sportsmen and women around the world have formed Team Tibet as they want to fly the Tibetan flag and compete alongside other young people at the Beijing Olympics.

 

Become a supporter of Team Tibet:

www.teamtibet.co.uk

 

Useful websites:

www.tibetsociety.com

www.freetibet.org

www.sftuk.org

www.tibetanyouthuk.org

 

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