My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for International Tibet Network, Vienna, VA, USA
I am associated with International Tibet support network for the last four years. I am an Indian citizen of Tibetan origin and therefore a part of both supporter and supportee for this cause. I believe that I must have done some good things in my previous live that I am able to join such an organization and be the voice of the 6 million fellow Tibetans in Tibet who have no voice for themselves and whose only ray of hope are organizations like this. Our first strategy ‘putting Tibetans in Tibet first’ and networking with all international organizations that aims to restore fundamental human rights through non-violence has gained great appreciations from Tibetans as well as Chinese intellectuals.
I am also amazed to see so many members in this network who contributes their time and energy and because of their selfless dedication this network has risen from a non entity organization four years back into one of the most vibrant and vital coordination network, central to the Tibet movement.
With a very limited funding, I think we have done wonders so far. Yet there is so much to do including organizing Tibet awareness camps and such actions that can keep the hope of Tibetans alive.
We are not working against Chinese people but simply telling the Communist Government that the Tibetans who have 2500 years of unique civilization, history, culture and religion and distinct ethnic entity have the right to survive and determine their own future.
I hope and appeal to all the right thinking people of the world to support us and support the truth and justice.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
During the Beijing Olympic, when some of the Tibet activists were arrested, one of the questions, Chinese police keep asking was their relationship with Tibet Support Network. We may not have directly organised these activities but I am sure our coordination has greatly helped to make the world aware of the facts and seek support for a just cause.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
If I have more funding, I would organize more and more Tibet awareness camps around the world and highlight the suppressed feeling of the 6 million Tibetan in Tibet.