International Campaign for Tibet
The International Campaign for Tibet is a non-profit advocacy group working to promote democratic freedoms for Tibetans, ensure their human rights, and protect Tibetan culture and the environment. Founded in 1988, ICT is the world's largest Tibet-related NGO, with several hundred thousand members and strong bases of support in North America and Europe.
Media and Reporting$538k
Principal communication activities include the newsletter (tibet press watch), the website (www.savetibet.org) and information updates reports from inside tibet, long form publications, tibet updates, email newsletters, social media and outreach to traditional media.
Work relating to programs that involve national, state, and regional governments, the u.s. Congress and administration, european nations, and the european union and the united nations.
Education and Awareness$900k
A wide range of activities and initiatives that build greater public awareness about issues in tibet, including the rowell fund for tibet, talks by notable speakers, publications, tibet youth leadership program.