Upcoming Events

TCB Events 2013-2014

In the coming months, we have planned some very exciting events, which we hope many of our members and supporters will be able to take part. So, please come and join us. Your participation is a way to show your solidarity and personal support to the ongoing work of the Tibetan Community in Britain.

Upcoming Event:  Please save the date for below event. 

Trunkar - His Holiness the Dalai Lama's 79th Birthday - 5 July 2014 (Saturday)
Venue: London
Please save the date. More details to be followed.




 Past Events:

Losar - 02 March 2014 (Sunday) 
TCB will celebrate Tibetan New Year on the 1st day of Year of Wood Horse - 2141 on Sunday, 2nd March 2014.


Tibet Lobby - 12 March 2014 (Wednesday)

The sixth annual lobby day for Tibet at UK Parliament.


Freedom March and Rally -  15 March 2014 (Saturday)
To observe the 55th Tibetan National Uprising Day.


"Backward Protest March"

Saturday, 07 December 2013
From Parliament Square to Downing Street
Gather at 12:30

For the first time in the history, Tibetans and supporters will walk in backward in protest to highlight the deteriorating situation in Tibet and to register their anger and disgust over the Communist China’s entry into United Nations Human Rights Council through the backdoor. 

The March is to tell the world that China in Human Rights Council is backward step for United Nations’ history. It also represent treatment of Tibetans in Tibet are going backward instead of improving and turning the whole of Tibetan region into a gulag like restriction of movement for Tibetans. Marchers walk in backward steps to let the general public and politicians know that human rights situation in Tibet is going backward.

Every year Tibetans and Supporters throughout the world celebrate 10 December as Human Rights day to honour the United Nation’s adoption and proclamation of Human rights act in 1948. This year is different and credible of the United Nations is in questions as Tibetans and supporters march in backward motion to mark the human rights day. 

We will also deliver a petition asking Prime Minister David Cameron to raise Tibet issue with the Chinese Authorities like He did with the president Mahinda Rajapaksa of Sri Lanka. We ask the Prime Minister not to go backward on human rights pledge when dealing with China. The Prime Minister David Cameron will make an official state visit to China in the coming few days.

The marcher will cover distance of approximately 0.6 mile or 1 Km from Parliament Square off Abington Road to Downing Street. The protest march will pass through some of the iconic and historic land marks and government offices including Parliament House, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Supreme Court, Foreign and Common Wealth Office and Richmond Terrace (opposite of Downing Street).

Please be part of history and join a protest to show your solidarity for the Tibetans in Tibet. 



Tuesday, 10 December: Human Rights Day vigil
A candle-lit vigil will be held outside the Chinese Embassy to mark Human Rights Day and remember all those who have been persecuted under the rule of the Chinese Communist Party. Organised by the coalition group Chinese Uyghur Tibetan Solidarity (CUTS), of which Tibetan Community in Britain is one of the founding members. 

Time: 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Venue: Chinese Embassy, 49-51 Portland Place, London W1B 1JL

Nearest tubes: Great Portland Street, Regents Park, Oxford Circus
Map: http://bit.ly/ChEmLn


Saturday, 14 December:  Nobel Peace Prize Day

As informed, Tibetan Community in Britain will celebrate the 24th anniversary of conferment of 1989 Nobel  Peace Prize to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on Saturday, 14th December 2013 from 4:30pm at:


Aubert Court Community Centre

Avenell Road
London, N5 1BL 
(next to Old Arsenal Stadium).
Nearest Tube/Train StationFinsbury Park

Google Map:  A = Aubert Court Community Centre

There will be performances from the Tibetan Community Dance Group and a dinner will be served.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

With regards


The Councils of Tibetan Community in Britain




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