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Record ID: IIPA/2018/0114
Document Type: Research
Title: Tibetan Youth Activism Role of Government-in-Exile 1959-1976
Guide: Dr. Testan Namgyal
Keywords: freedom struggle
Tibetan youth
Chinese government
Sector: Socio-economic studies
University: Jawaharlal Nehru University
Completed Date: Jun-2018
Abstract: The role of Tibetan youth has been influenced hugely by their freedom struggle. They have been maintaining contacts with each other and those who are living in outside of Tibet. Tibetan living in some cities across the world engage in demonstrations stopping traffic flows, raising slogans of free Tibet. During 1959, when China invaded Tibet since then, some Tibetan youth and community members have been supporting in continuing struggle for their independence against the Chinese government. They were forced by the Chinese people to assimilate with them in their homeland and forced into exile from their region. Nevertheless, it had not marked a shift in attitude among youth Tibetans in Tibet region and those who exiled into other countries. On March 10, the National Tibetan Uprising Day (NTUP) it is celebrated mostly by Tibetan youth in every year. They try to bring together and awareness through these events across the exile Tibetans. Therefore, to get into connection with different exile Tibetans participants, they have formed several Tibetan organizations.
Pagination: 119
Tribal Research Institutes: National TRI
Record ID: IIPA/2018/0114
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