Tibet Advocacy Coalition is a project established in 2013 by International Tibet Network, Tibet Justice Center and Students for a Free Tibet to develop coordinated strategies, monitoring tools, and reports to highlight the situation in Tibet at the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The Coalition core members are International Tibet Network Secretariat, Tibet Justice Center, Students for a Free Tibet, Tibetan Youth Association Europe and Tibet Initiative Deutschland, who work together with support and advice from Boston University’s Asylum & Human Rights Program. The Coalition also offers support to other Tibet groups engaging in UN mechanisms and strengthen the global Tibet movement’s advocacy work and lead an on-the-ground team of Tibet advocates.
Tibet Advocacy Coalition provides information to UN Missions in Geneva, encouraging strong monitoring of the human rights situation in Tibet via the UN mechanisms available e.g Universal Periodic Review, Committee for Economic, Social, Culture and Economic Rights.
Tibet Advocacy Coalition advocates for the promotion and protection of human rights of Tibetans.
The Tibet Advocacy Coalition prepares reports documenting the human rights situation in occupied Tibet.
The Tibet Advocacy Coalition organises capacity building trainings for Tibetans and those working for human rights in Tibet.
The Tibet Advocacy Coalition participates in events, talks, and forums to raise awareness about the human rights situation in Tibet.