International Tibet Network

Rating: 4.77 stars   35 reviews

Issues: International

Location: Tenzin Jigme, 9929 Longford Court Vienna VA 22181 USA

Mission: Our mission is to maximize the effectiveness of the worldwide Tibet movement, which is dedicated to ending human rights violations in Tibet and to actively supporting the Tibetan people's right under international law to determine their future political, economic, social, religious and cultural status.
Target demographics: Tibetans in Tibet
Direct beneficiaries per year: 180 Tibet Groups
Geographic areas served: The organisation focuses on Tibetans in TIbet
Programs: Strategic Campaign Development and Coordination Training and Capacity Building Regional Coordination
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Rating: 5 stars  

I have participated in the activities of the International Tibet Network since its inception. I was, in fact, involved in the inaugural meeting when discussions were held about the mandate and operating approach that would be elevate collaboration between the many Tibet-related organizations around the world. Little did I know at that time, to what extent the network would succeed in reaching its lofty objectives. This is in great measure due to the consistent and principled leadership the network has enjoyed, particularly its adherence to a facilitator's approach to campaigning, and the open and transparent nature of its administration. Today, the Network is viewed as an essential component of the international movement to promote human rights in Tibet.

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