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Links to information on Tibet

Tibet was illegally invaded by the People's Republic of China in 1949 and 1959, and the occupation continues to this day. Torture and cultural genocide is rife, and the Chinese government refuses to recognise the unique and distinctive status of Tibet and the Tibetan people. It is hoped that one day His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the government of Tibet in exile will take their place at the head of an independent Tibetan state, living in peace and harmony with their neighbours in China. The following links are to organisations and individuals world-wide who are supporting the fight of the Tibetan people to reclaim their homeland from the Chinese occupation.

1. Tibet Government-in-exile, Dharamsala, India. www.tibet.com

2. Australia Tibet Council, Sydney, Australia. atc.org.au

3.Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. www.tchrd.org/home.html

4. International Campaign for Tibet, Washington, USA. www.savetibet.org/about/index.php

5. Friends of Tibet, New Zealand. www.friends-of-tibet.org.nz

6. The Committee of 100 for Tibet. c100tibet.org

7. Tibet Online. www.tibet.org

8. Hear Tibet - Self-Determination for the Tibetan People. www.heartibet.org

9. International Tibet Support Network. www.tibetnetwork.org

10. TibetNet - The official website of the Central Tibetan Administration. www.tibet.net

11. Tibet Environment Watch. www.tew.org

12. Tibet Information Newtork. www.tibetinfo.net

13. Free Tibet Campaign, United Kingdom. www.freetibet.org

14. International Tibet Independence Movement. www.rangzen.org

15. Tibet Justice Centre - formerly Intenational Committee of Lawyers for Tibet. www.tibetjustice.org

16. Students for a Free Tibet. www.studentsforafreetibet.org

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