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International Tibet Network

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: International, International Human Rights

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

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

International Tibet Network has been helping, coordinating and boosting activities for Tibet support groups in the world for years. Its work helps alleviate the suffering of the Tibetan people, a country where there are less journalists than in North Korea ! More than 130 people did immolate themsleves to make their plight known outside Tibet. and still it is hard to know what is going on inside Tibet due to lack of independant reporters and communications cut off. Thanks to ITN for their work !

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

After sixteen years in the Tibetan freedom movement, both before and after the formation of the International Tibet Network, I have deep admiration for the work the organization does and the invaluable role they play, providing coordination and resources that help foster strong leadership and strategic direction within the global Tibet movement.

Linda M.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Excellent to have this organization ITN share information and enable member groups to be more effective. The staff are clear and focused and dynamic. Our goals are refined and achievable - human rights in Tibet. One aspect of their work key for me is the commitment to nonviolence and outreach to the Chinese people. Inter-ethnic and interfaith outreach is high on my priority list. I remember working on these issues without the foundation/support of an international org and it was tough. ITN is basic and enabling.