ENOUGH! Global Intervention to Save Tibetan Lives

  • Flames in Tibet: Five Years of Resistance and RepressionRemembering Tapey, the first Tibetan in Tibet to set himself on fire calling for freedom in Tibet.
  • Tibetan Uprising: Take to the StreetsThousands of Tibetans and Tibet supporters will be holding protests around the world to mark the anniversary of 10 March 1959 when tens of thousands of Tibetans took to the streets of Lhasa rising up against China's occupation of their homeland.

    Join a protest near you and Stand Up For Tibet.
  • FATHER OF TWO DIES IN PROTESTOn 5 February 2014, Phakmo Samdup set himself on first in protest against China’s brutal occupation of Tibet.

    Phakmo Samdup, a father of two in his late twenties, staged his protest in Malho, eastern Tibet.
  • Spanish Prime Minister must Stand Up for Tibet NOW!Spanish Prime Minister must Stand Up for Tibet against China's pressure to change Spain's judicial systems.

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  • SUPPORT OUR WORK FOR TIBET. MAKE A DONATION.To stop China's vicious attacks against the Tibetan people's unique way of life, we need bold and immediate action. Support our work for Tibetan freedom by making your most generous contribution today!
  • UN member states’ interventions on China’s Universal Periodic ReviewChina’s Universal Periodic Review concluded in Geneva, with 13 UN member states making recommendations on Tibet and numerous others calling for China to change its treatment of ethnic minorities and respect the rights to freedom of expression, religion and assembly.
  • Seven Days in Tibet: Incredible footage from inside TibetTIbet has been sealed off to journalists since 2008 - since that time very few foreign correspondents have been able to enter to record what is going on inside Tibet. France 24's regional correspondent Cyril Payen managed to get a seven-day visa to enter Tibet. Watch this incredible short report to see first hand evidence of dire situation inside Tibet.
  • Resistance in Tibet: Self Immolation and Protest60 years of China’s repressive policies and a severe and worsening security crackdown have created a crisis in occupied-Tibet, provoking an unprecedented wave of self- immolations. There have been at least 120 confirmed self-immolation protests in Tibet. At least 100 of the protesters have died.

    Resistance in Tibet: Self Immolation and Protest summarises the instances of self- immolation and the unfolding crisis in Tibet since the first Tibetan in Tibet set light to himself in February 2009.
  • Learn MoreAt least 120 self-immolation protests by Tibetans living under Chinese rule have taken place since 2009; over 85 in 2012, with 28 in the month of November 2012 alone. At least 100 of these protesters are known to have died. All of those who have self-immolated called for freedom for Tibet and the return of the Dalai Lama.
  • A New Global Approach: Unite for TibetWith Tibetans increasingly demonstrating their resistance to China’s rule through protests, cultural resistance and the drastic act of self-immolation, the need for Governments to stand together in addressing the crisis in Tibet is ever more urgent.

    Read a new report, A New Global Approach: Unite for Tibet, which urges world governments to work together to implement a new diplomatic initiative on Tibet.
  • Find a Tibet Group Near YouDo you want to do more for Tibet? Do you want to help Tibetans and supporters in your area?

    There are hundreds of Tibet groups around the world; each and everyone of them is dedicated to campaigning to end human rights violations in Tibet and restoring rights to the Tibetan people. Find one near you NOW
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60 years of China’s rule has created a crisis in occupied Tibet. Repressive policies and a severe crackdown have provoked an unprecedented wave of self-immolations by monks, nuns and laypeople, the majority of whom have lost their lives.

A surge in resistance protests, with demonstrators calling for freedom in Tibet and the return of the Dalai Lama, were met with Chinese security forces opening fire on peaceful demonstrators, killing at least five Tibetans and seriously injuring many more.


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Father of two dies in protest

Phakmo Samdup web cropOn 5 February 2014, Phakmo Samdup set himself on first in protest against China’s brutal occupation of Tibet.

Phakmo Samdup, a father of two in his late twenties, staged his protest in Malho, eastern Tibet.

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