BE THE CHANGE! DO IT FOR TIBET! #votetibet2017 video from Tibetan Community in Britain #GE2017

BE THE CHANGE! DO IT FOR TIBET! #votetibet2017 video from Tibetan Community in Britain

A video appeal from Pempa Lobsang, Chairman, Tibetan Community in Britain

#VoteTibet2017 #VoteTibet #TibetSociety #GE2017

The Tibetan Community in Britain is partnering with Tibet Society and calling on our members and supporters in the UK to help us gather pledges from parliamentary candidates to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet.

We have swung into action and are campaigning with #VoteTibet2017 using our committed volunteers and asking supporters to contact their prospective candidates. This is real grassroots activism and we are using social media to boost our reach.
https://www.facebook.com/VoteTibet/
https://twitter.com/votetibet @votetibet

#VoteTibet2017 is already gathering pledges from parliamentary candidates to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet:

“I will use my position as an MP to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet including the freedom to determine their own future.”

Please Take Action!
Be part of our #VoteTibet2017 campaign, if you can support us with money as well, that is great, but please do not miss this chance to support Tibet!

Find your parliamentary candidates click here – https://whocanivotefor.co.uk/
Ask them to pledge support for Tibet via email, twitter or facebook
Let us know who has pledged – email at info@tibetsociety.com and share on social media using #VoteTibet2017

If you need help identifying your candidates, message or email us.

#VoteTibet2017 is our opportunity to build parliamentary support for Tibet.

#VoteTibet2017 #GE17 #GE2017
#VoteTibet2017 candidate’s pledge: “I will use my position as an MP to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet including the freedom to determine their own future.”

Author: votetibet

VOTE TIBET 2017 #VoteTibet2017 Tibet Society is calling on supporters to help gather pledges from parliamentary candidates to support human rights for Tibetans in Tibet.

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