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Community to discuss Tibet issue in detail. Bringing out the problems faced and seeking solutions and support.
thank you very much for the interesting questions. I hope I could answer most of them. I'm happy to see how many people are interested in the Tibetan issue.
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The most important is to continue to raise awareness for the Tibetan struggle. Forgetting what happens in China and stopping to remind the public about human rights violations, is equal to turning the back to Tibet.
Be visible: invite Tibetans, experts, human rights activists, monks. Make them tell their story and let people around the world hear them. Many people are willing to help the Tibetans, they just need to find a way to express their support. Provide platforms like Aware Monk to discuss the current topics. Initiate rallies or demonstrations and speak with one voice.
Thank you for your time to discuss with us today. Sir, would you mind briefing us about what does the Tibet Interest Group do? Do you raise Tibet issue in EU Parliament sessions? How do other EU Parliamentarians approach Tibet issue?
The work of our Tibet Interest Group is published on our homepage: www.tibetinterestgroup.eu
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For detailed information, please visit our homepage: www.tibetinterestgroup.eu
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It is difficult indeed, to influence a emerging super-power in its decision making. Nevertheless we have to continue the dialogues with China, even though positive results may take years. As politicians we believe that with the change of representatives in the government, a change in the political orientation and towards human rights can occur.
We shouldn't forget that there are also Chinese supporters of the Tibetan issue and support groups within China.
Requesting autonomy includes the preservation of Tibetan culture, language and tradition. It is a very important issue, which is causes by China's strong will to make this heritage disappear.
Nevertheless the diverse approach of the support groups is necessary to cover all human rights violations which take place in Tibet.
In the European Parliament we support the idea of Tibetan autonomy. In Europe we have examples of autonomous regions (eg. Süd-Tirol). The struggle in this region ended and since then the people live in peace.
In my opinion the middle-way-approach is the only way for the Tibetans to be accepted by China.
How does EP look at Indian support to tibetan struggle. What do you think can be India's best contribution to it?
But my doubt is that if Indian govt has let tibetan govt. in exile settle here in India, then it directly means that it recognises Tibet as a different geographical boundary than China.
Good morning! The conference was attended by more than 250 invited guests from 50 different states, who are active in Tibet support groups. This number shows the scope of the event. It was amazing how effective the different initiatives of the groups were and how closely they work together.
The presence of His Holiness inspired all of us and gave us the strength to continue our work for the Tibetans. The conference showed, that we won't be silent.