Canada Tibet Committee

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The Canada Tibet Committee (CTC) formed in 1987 and "is an independent non-governmental organisation of Tibetans and non-Tibetans living in Canada, who are concerned about the continuing human rights violations and lack of democratic freedom in Tibet." [1]


  • LOCALLY, "the CTC organizes demonstrations and rallies, lecture series, film festivals, cultural events and more."
  • NATIONALLY, "the CTC has worked with successive governments, presenting a unified voice for the Tibetan movement in Canada." "At the Parliamentary level, the CTC initiated a Canadian Parliamentary Friends of Tibet (PFT) group in 1989."
  • INTERNATIONALLY, "the CTC participates in activities coordinated by the Canadian Network for International Human Rights (NIHR). As a member organization of the NIHR, the CTC receives information regarding the activities of the United Nations, the OECD, the World Trade Organization and Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum."
  • MEDIA, "The CTC administers World Tibet Network News, a global electronic communication system designed to service the Tibet support community. It also publishes the "Canada Tibet Newsletter" which is widely distributed across the country including Canadian members of parliament."



CTC-National Office, 300 Leo-Pariseau, Suite 2250
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2X 4B3
Phone: (514) 487-0665