Tibet Advocacy in Australia through ‘Travelling Exhibition on the Deteriorating Human Rights Condition inside Tibet’ and Public Interactions.
Gu-chu-sum Movement Association of Tibet’s President Ms. Lhagyari Namgyal Dolkar la and Vice President Mr. Dawa Tashi visited Australia for a tour of the continent […]Tibet Ranked Second Least Free Country by Freedom House Report
A recent report released by the US based NGO Freedom House has ranked Tibet* the least free country in the world after Syria. The annual […]Long-time Tibetan Political Prisoner Palden Gyatso Passes Away
Gu- Chu-Sum Movement Association of Tibet expresses deepest condolences on the passing of Palden Gyatso – prominent Tibetan freedom activist, long-term political prisoner, writer, and […]Exhibition on Tibet’s Deteriorating Human Rights Condition Held at Mewon Petoen School.
Gu Chu Sum Movement Association of Tibet has successfully wrapped its third travelling exhibition at Mewon Peton School at Khanyara yesterday. The Tibetan […]Day of Imprisoned Writers Commemorated
Gu Chu Sum Movement Association of Tibet has successfully, commemorated the PEN‘s Day of Imprisoned Writers on November 15th for the third year in a […]China Under Scrutiny for its Human Rights Condition in Tibet and Xinjiang
The recently concluded United Nations Human Rights Council‘s Universal Periodic Review saw delegations from the People’s Republic of China questioned over its worsening Human rights […]Former Political Prisoner Passes Away After Years of Battling Injuries Sustained During Detention
Former Tibetan political prisoner passed away after battling prolonged health complications sustained during his time in Chinese Custody. Shonu Palden, 41, succumbed to ill health […]Travelling Exhibition on Tibet and Its Deteriorating Human Rights Situation Launched
To commemorate the historic day of September 27, 1987 protest against decades of Chinese misrule led by twenty one monks from Drepung Monastery in Lhasa, […]