This engaging panel discussion will be led by Ms Kyinzom Dhongdue, the first Member of Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile from Australia and Campaigns Manager at Australia Tibet Council.
China’s influence in Australia reached a new high over the past year. The Chinese government exerts way too much influence on our politics, media, and academia, distorting facts
and raising fear of the consequences should Australia challenge its policies in Tibet.
While there is a strong base of public and political support in Australia, overall the Australian government’s full potential to become a strong champion for Tibet remains unmet.
How can Australia protect its values and speak out for freedom and human rights in Tibet as it deepens relations with China?
Join a panel discussion with Australian and Tibetan politicians and activists.