30 August 2005


Dance for Freedom

September 1st marks the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and, in order to keep up the pretence that Tibet is theirs, the Chinese government is holding a big celebration to mark the “occasion”.

So, Students for a Free Tibet UK is having its own party on September 2nd, not to celebrate the founding of the TAR but to raise funds to campaign against such colonial claims. It’s happening at the RampART Creative Centre, 15-17 Rampart St., London from 9pm to 2am (nearest tube: Whitechapel) and entry is by donation. It should be a fun and lively event with drinks and DJs and everyone is welcome so why not bring some friends along.

For a map of how to get to the party click on the link below http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=534641&Y=181230&A=Y&Z=1

For further details of this event please email ben@sftuk.org
For further information about Students for a Free Tibet UK visit: www.studentsforafreetibet.org/sftuk

18 August 2005



02 August 2005


Our Mission Statement


I would like to dedicate my first posting of the very important SFT UK mission statement to Matt who told me what a blog was, being ignorant of these kinds of things.

SFT UK Mission statement:

Students for a Free Tibet’ (SFT) UK works in solidarity with the Tibetan people to achieve their quest for freedom and independence. We raise political, economic, environmental, and social issues that affect Tibetans living in Tibet and in exile to the government and the public in the UK. As a network of young people around the world, we campaign for fundamental right of Tibetans to independence. We believe that young people can and must take responsibility to change our world for the better.


First post

Woo ya ya woo blog blog. There's one of these created a second according to the BBC yesterday.

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