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"On my part, I remain committed to the process of dialogue. It is my firm belief that dialogue and a willingness to look with honesty and clarity at the reality of Tibet can lead us to a viable solution."

Activist Tool-Kits

The Canada Tibet Committee is building a collection of toolkits designed to help Tibet supporters carry out their activities. Some of these materials have been created by the CTC while others are shared with us by other organizations. The CTC offers support in the application of these tools. Please contact us at if you would like more information about our services.

Activist toolkit

Guidelines for meeting Members of Parliament (Canada Tibet Committee)

Created specifically for the annual Canada Tibet Lobby Days, these guidelines give an overview of what to think about when planning a meeting with your Member of Parliament.

Keeping tabs on Parliament (Open Parliament)

This valuable resource provides up-to-minute information about what’s going on in Canada’s parliament. Track MPs who are important to your work, or keep up to date with Committee debates.

Guide to writing a petition for Parliament (Parliament of Canada)

There are rules for petitioning the Parliament of Canada. This website provides a comprehensive procedural guide, sample forms, and other important information in both official languages.

Home computer security for Tibet support groups and exile communities (Canada Tibet Committee)

Created specifically for Tibet activists, international experts in cyber-security provide answers to frequently-asked questions about web browsing, opening attachments, and exchanging sensitive information.

Guide to Human Rights Impact Assessments for Foreign Investment Projects (Rights & Democracy)

This interactive tool guides communities through the various steps of preparing a human rights impact assessment for foreign investment projects. The tool includes a library of reference materials and recommendations for report writing.

Teaching Tibet in Canadian Schools (Eva Cirnu, Canada Tibet Committee)

This collection of pedagogic materials is designed to aid teachers who wish to introduce Tibet to students at the high school or college level. It includes notes and multi-media resources about Tibet’s history, religion, art and culture, and human rights. Available in French only.

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