Dharamshala — "In these three years, we have received about 56 phone calls from Tibetan women asking for help, including counselling, economic problems, domestic violence and other types of violence, but most of the calls are about domestic violence,” said Choedon, the staff member of Tibetan Women Helpline in Dharamshala.
Dharamshala — “We have techniques for dealing with anger and means to cultivate love and compassion. Practices for extending compassion to others give rise to peace of mind within individuals, which in turn has a positive effect on families and the wider community. Indeed we are today so interconnected that such methods can make a substantial contribution to peace in the world. Without peace of mind there will be no world peace,” said His Holiness the Dalai Lama on May 27, 2022.
Dharamshala — The Central and Regional Tibetan Women's Association in Dharamshala held a one-day hunger strike to commemorate the 27-year disappearance of the 11th Panchen Lama and called on the Chinese government to immediately release Gendun Choekyi Nyima, the 11th Panchen Lama, his family, and his teacher.
Mundgod — Regional Tibetan Youth Congress, and Regional Tibetan Women’s Association, Mundgod organised 'Bike Rally for Panchen Lama' to raise awareness about his situation, the condition of Tibetans living under the hard-line policies of the Chinese government and to show our solidarity to our brothers and sisters inside Tibet.
Dharamshala — A long life prayer offered to His Holiness the Dalai Lama by the Sakya Tibetan Buddhist Tradition on May 25, 2022. His Holiness said, “Thank you for this long life offering. If I do not live long, there is a chance the Tibetan people’s wishes and aspirations will not be fulfilled. For this reason, I pray that I will live to be more than a hundred and I ask you too to make the same prayer.”
Dharamshala — “The so-called bilingual education policy, ostensibly promoted to unite non-Chinese nationalities throughout the PRC, drastically limits the use of Tibetan language in the education system, both secular and monastic, and directly impacts the survival of Tibetan linguistic and cultural identity,” says a report titled, “Sucked Our Marrow: Tibetan Language and Education Rights under Xi Jinping”.