Topics and Fact Sheets
The International Campaign for Tibet offers 15 recommendations for policy makers, including recommendations for: U.S., European, and other governments; the government of the People's Republic of China; and the international community. »continue
Envoys of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Chinese officials have been engaged in a dialogue process since September 2002. ICT advocates for negotiations between the Dalai Lama and the Chinese government in order to bring about a peaceful solution to the status of Tibet. »continue
The Dalai Lama's envoys released a memorandum on autonomy on November 16, presented to Chinese officials during the latest and eighth round of dialogue on November 4 and 5, 2008, in Beijing. »continue
Obama Administration on Tibet
President Barack Obama has a strong record of support for Tibet and has met with the Dalai Lama to discuss human rights issues. ICT anticipates strong support from the Obama Administration for Tibetan issues.
"This is a critical time for the Tibetan issue and we are confident that the Obama Administration will continue the existing support for Tibet and provide new energy for the efforts of the Dalai Lama to engage with the Chinese government. If we build on what Senator Obama has said about Tibet in the past, then we can expect even stronger initiatives from the Untied States in the future..."
Key Appointments in the Obama Administration
Click here for a look at the key appointments in the Obama Administration who make U.S. policy on Tibet, highlighting those who already have a distinguished record on Tibetan issues.
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ICT Press Releases
- 30 May, 2013International Campaign for Tibet
- 3 May, 2013International Campaign for Tibet
- 24 April, 2013International Campaign for Tibet