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CTC adopts three year Strategic Plan for Tibet advocacy in Canada

January 13, 2016

Montreal, January 14, 2016 – The Board of Directors of the Canada Tibet Committee is pleased to release its new three year strategic plan for Tibet advocacy in Canada. The plan is the result of a nine-month consultative process that included surveys, interviews, and meetings with a variety of stakeholders including Members of Parliament, civil society, and Tibetan-Canadians. [1]

The strategic plan features three objectives promoting: Government of Canada intervention on Tibet; organizational sustainability; and Tibetan leadership.

This strategic plan is derived from the views and opinions of both Tibetans and Canadian supporters,” said Hon. Consiglio DiNino, Chair of the CTC Board of Directors. “I am confident that it encourages coordination and promotion of advocacy efforts, thereby strengthening Tibet’s voice in Ottawa.”

The Canada Tibet Committee Strategic Plan 2016-2019 builds upon a recent re-structuring of the CTC which encourages collaboration between Tibet groups across Canada. It provides a common agenda for engagement with Canada’s new government while setting achievable goals for betterment of the Tibetan people.


[1] For example:  Parliamentary Roundtable on Tibet: Meeting Report; and Setting a Path for the Future: Meeting Report.

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