TYC President Gonpo Dhundup actively participated in a protest campaign organized by the Tibetan Community of Switzerland & Liechtenstein at the office of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). The purpose of the protest was to urge the UNHRC to address the Tibet issue and hold China accountable for its actions.
During the protest, the participants expressed their objection to China’s Zero Covid Policy and raised concerns about the genocidal system implemented in Tibet. They demanded an end to the genocide in Tibet and called for an immediate halt to the brutal treatment of Tibetans by the Chinese authorities, particularly during the Covid outbreak in Tibet. The protesters firmly emphasized that Tibet belongs to Tibetans and reiterated their genuine aspiration for justice and freedom for the Tibetan people.
By participating in this protest campaign, TYC President Gonpo Dhundup and other demonstrators aimed to draw international attention to the critical situation in Tibet and advocate for the protection of Tibetan rights and freedoms. The protest aimed to bring awareness to the UNHRC and to urge them to take action in addressing the ongoing human rights violations in Tibet.