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Tibet Action Institute combines the power of

digital communication with strategic nonviolent action

to advance the Tibetan freedom movement

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Apple suppression

Apple has failed to enact the human rights policy it introduced in August, and has suppressed a shareholder proposal raising human rights concerns.

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TibCERT Bulletin #5

The purpose of this TibCERT quarterly bulletin is to share updates about TibCERT and offer advice on digital threats observed in the community.

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Highlights from Tibet Action’s work in 2020!

Take a look at what we got up to last year!

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Does Strategic Nonviolent Action Actually Work? 

Yes, it does! Check out these victories.

A Turning Point for Civil Rights in the USA

In 1963, Birmingham, Alabama was often cited as “the most segregated city in the South.” As a result, the city was strategically chosen by civil rights organizers to launch “Project C” with the “C” standing for confrontation

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Wildfire: The Tibetan Fur Burning Campaign

After a 2006 appeal by the Dalai Lama to stop using furs from endangered animals, Tibetans across Tibet burned their valuable pelts in dramatic and unifying actions.

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Indigenous Rights Affirmed in Canada with James Bay Dam Victory

When Canadian company Hydro-Quebec launched the James Bay Hydroelectric Project, the affected Cree and Inuit communities pushed back.

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