You can use the following
links to gather accurate
information about the
current situation in Tibet
and other campaigning
tools such as photos



Related websites Run by the Office of Tibet, the official agency of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in London. The only independent, comprehensive news and research service in the world specialising in Tibet. Free Tibet Campaign runs public campaigns, co-ordinates direct actions and raises awareness through education and publicity. In operation since 1959, it was the first Group to support the Tibetan cause. Its aim is to promote the cause of Tibetan independance and to bring before the world the sufferings of the oppressed people of Tibet.

A multilingual English/Tibetan website of the Tibetan Government in Exile. A charity dedicated to the preservation of Buddhist culture on film and video. The archive holds over 3000 hours of footage focusing primarily on the endangered traditions of Tibet. The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy is a Tibetan NGO that investigates the human rights situation in Tibet and presents that information internationally.

The Onaway Trust was established with the overall objective to relieve poverty and suffering. Central to Onaway's focus is assistance to Indigenous Cultures Gu Chu Sum is a movement of 170 ex-political prisoners of the Tibetan Freedom Movement most of whom endured torture. It lobbies on behalf of political prisoners in prisons in Tibet and supports ex-political prisoners and their families. Tibet Images is a commercial picture library featuring one of the worlds largest collection of photographs showing all aspects of Tibetan history, politics, scenery and culture.
Volunteer Tibet can connect you with the perfect volunteer opportunity.  All posts they list are with non-profit or government organisations in or around Dharamsala in India.