USING NONVIOLENT ACTION AND TECHNOLOGY
TO CREATE CHANGE FOR TIBET
TibCERT Quarterly Bulletin Issue 2
The purpose of the TibCERT quarterly bulletin is to share updates about TibCERT, advise on threats seen in the community, and report on issues inside Tibet related to cybersecurity.
How Complicit are Apple in China’s Crackdown on Freedom?
Watch as Rights Activists and Digital Tech Experts come together to discuss Apple’s compliance with China’s oppressive censorship laws.
Tibet Activists Protest at the Nets vs Raptors Game
Activists draw attention to the issue of China’s occupation of Tibet and send a message that Houston Rockets’ Manager, Daryl Morey, was right.
10 Years! Lhadon’s Video Message
Tibet Action Institute turns 10! We’ve made a short video to tell the story of our beginnings as we start our second decade of using technology and nonviolent action to strengthen the Tibetan people’s struggle for freedom.
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
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.
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.