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Note on the Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People
Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People
Tibet’s Past, Present and Future — What is the way Forward?

Articles about the Middle Way Approach

US House Resolution Calls for Settlement of Tibetan Issue, Honours His Holiness the Dalai Lama
WASHINGTON, DC—Representative Eliot L. Engel (NY), the top Democrat on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and Representative Matt Salmon (AZ), Chairman of the Asia Pacific Subcommittee, along with co-Chairmen of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, Representatives Joseph Pitts (PA) and James McGovern (MA), announced on 24 June that they have introduced a measure calling for meaningful dialogue and a negotiated settlement for the people…
US Congress passes unanimous resolution urging China dialogue with Tibetans
DHARAMSHALA:  The House of Representatives of the US Congress passed a unanimous resolution on Wednesday, 8 July calling on China “for substantive dialogue, without preconditions, in order to address Tibetan grievances and secure a negotiated agreement for the Tibetan people”. The resolution also honours His Holiness the Dalai Lama on his 80th birthday. The resolution was passed after a discussion on the situation inside Tibet. The Resolution…
US-based Tibetan Youths Form Middle Way Approach Campaign Group
DHARAMSHALA: A group of Tibetan youths in Minnesota, United States, have voluntarily formed a Middle Way Approach advocacy group, Youth for Umaylam (Y4U) to raise awareness on Umaylam – The Middle Way Approach, the official policy of the Central Tibetan Administration to resolve the Tibet issue. The advocacy group was launched formally on 23 May 2015 at the community hall of Tibetan American Foundation of Minnesota based…
Chinese Conference Participants’ Common View on the Middle Way Approach–2014 Sino-Tibetan “Finding Common Ground” Conference
26-28 August 2014 Hamburg, Germany We, the Chinese conference attendees, comprised of writers, democracy activists, human rights lawyers from Europe, North America, Australia, Hong Kong and Mainland China participated in “Finding Common Ground”, a Sino-Tibetan conference held in Hamburg, Germany. We had the opportunity to listen to a keynote address by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and exchanged views on the issue of Tibet with Tibetan…
Top EU official calls for China-Tibet talks
Mr Henri Malosse speaks at a demonstration for human rights in China in Brussels on 31 March 2013/Photo/EESC DHARAMSHALA: A top official of the European Union has reiterated call for dialogue to resolve the issue of Tibet as Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived Sunday in Belgium on his first day. Mr Henri Malosse, President of the European Economic and Social Committee, also stressed the importance of…
French MPs spotlight on Tibet issue as President Xi visits France
Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay (3rd R) and His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Special Representative Kelsang Gyaltsen (1st L) with Mr. Jean Patrick Gille, French Deputy and co-president of Tibet Group in the National Assembly (1st R) and other MPs, at the French National Assembly in April 2013 PARIS: Expressing deep concern over the human rights situation in Tibet, a group of French MPs urged President Francois…