Free Tibetan Heroes is a global campaign devised to highlight the cases of Tibetan political prisoners and take action for their release. Tibet groups involved in the working group include:
- International Tibet Network
- Australia Tibet Council
- Gu Chu Sum
- Students for a Free Tibet
- Tibet Initiative Deutschland
- Tibet Society
- Tibetan Women’s Association
Find a Tibet Group in Your Area
International Tibet Network is a global coalition of nearly 200 Tibet groups around the world striving to end human rights abuses in Tibet and give back political rights to the Tibetan people.
Help strengthen the Tibet Movement today – Find a group in your area
Further Information About Tibetan Political Prisoners
There are hundreds of known Tibetan Political Prisoners and numerous more believed to be ‘missing’ or disappeared. In 2011 alone there were 230 known cases of Tibetans have been arrested and detained. Find out more about Tibetan political prisoners from the following organisations:
- Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy
- Gu Chu Sum
- Missing Voices – International Campaign for Tibet
- Leaving Fear Behind
- Congressional – Executive Commission on China
Specialised Knowledge of Human Rights
The Tibet movement is supported by global organisations who specialise in fighting injustice, reporting on human rights abuses, and promote civil liberties around the world.
For more information about other group that work to protect justice, freedom, truth and dignity please follow the following organisations:
This website is dedicated to all Tibetan Heroes and is maintained by the International Tibet Network.
The International Tibet Network is a global coalition of Tibet related non-governmental organizations. We work to maximize the effectiveness of the worldwide Tibet movement.
The Network Member organizations hold varied positions on Tibet’s future political status, but all regard Tibet as an occupied country and are dedicated to ending human rights violations in Tibet, and to working actively to restore the Tibetan people’s right under international law to determine their own political, economic, social, religious, and cultural status.