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 Dear all

This is to inform you that the Tibetan Community in Britain (TCB) will observe the 54th anniversary of Tibetan Democracy Day on Saturday, 6th September 2014 in London.  This important occasion will be followed by TCB's Annual General Meeting and the election of new council members for the year 2014-2016.

What:  Tibetan Democracy Day; AGM and Election of TCB

When: Saturday, 6th September 2014 from 4:30pm

Where: Aubert Court Community Centre, Avenell Road, London, N5 1BL (next to Old Arsenal Stadium).

Google Map:  Aubert Court Community Centre

Nearest train/tube stations:
Finsbury Park or Arsenal

Refreshment and dinner will be served.  There is no entrance fee to attend the above important events.  We are in need of volunteers to help us during the events and request you to contact us via e-mail:   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by or before 31st August 2014

We sincerely request all Tibetans in UK to attend the above mentioned important events to exercise your democratic duties and rights in strengthening the Tibetan community.

We hope and strongly encourage you all to take active participation in the election of new council members, be the change and serve the Tibetan community in our time of need.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,

The Councils of Tibetan Community in Britain



Urgent Appeal for Odisha Phuntsokling Relief: Please donate


A devastating cyclone with wind gust of 240 kilo meters per hour hit the Phuntsokling Tibetan Settlement
in the Indian State of Odisha (previously Orissa) in October 2013. It caused extensive damages to
crops, homes and communication links. According to the damage assessment conducted by the
settlement officials, almost 90 per cent of the maize crops were destroyed. The cyclone also uprooted
many fruit trees and falling trees and electricity poles damaged homes as well as cattle sheds.
The tragedy got all the more worse because for most of the 3,000 Tibetans living in the settlement,
farming is their main source of livelihood.

The Central Tibetan Relief Committee (CTRC) of the Department of Home, Central Tibetan
Administration based in Dharamsala, India, says: “The devastation perpetrated by the storm has
posed a huge hardship to the farmers by plunging them into debt as they have taken loans from
commercial banks and cooperative societies to meet the cost of agricultural inputs like seeds,
fertilizers, labour and so on. The estimated loss caused by the calamity is approximately 20 million
Indian rupees (equivalent to US $ 333,333.00).”

As one of our aims and objectives is to relieve poverty and hardship amongst Tibetans in exile,
the Tibetan Community in Britain (TCB) and Tibetan Refugee Charitable Trust (TRCT) would also
like to do our bid to help the Tibetan victims of this devastating cyclone. We, therefore, request as
many Tibetans and others living in the UK to donate generously through Just Giving (see above link).
We appreciate your kindness and sense of responsibility, and assure you that any amount you donate
will go a long way in helping Tibetans in Odisha to rebuild their lives. 

Many thanks
Tibetan Community in Britain and
Tibetan Refugee Charitable Trust

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TCB Campaign Documents

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How to find out your MP’s contact details
To find out who your MP is go to findyourmp.parliament.uk and type in your postcode
or call the House of Commons Information Office on 020 7219 4272. You can also
send a message to your MP via www.writetothem.com.



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