Geneva: The second day of Training on Tibet Advocacy at UN and its Mechanism began with a session on Communication And Strategy for Advocating at UN-facilitated by Representative Thinley Chukki of Tibet Bureau in Geneva. Thinlay Chukki highlighted and guided the participants in deciding the requisites in appeal letters and the ways to make them impactful.
The session was followed by interactive group discussions, presentations and a series of panel discussions. The speakers at the panel consisted of Senior UN Advocacy Coordinator at Human Rights Watch Florinane Borel, President of Geneva for Human Rights – Global Training Adrien Zoller, Executive Director of Unrecognized Nations People Organization Merce Monje and other notable UN Human Rights Officers.
The head of Tibet Advocacy Group, Dukthen Kyi, addressed the participants on the need to make Tibet advocacy more impactful and underscored the importance of grassroots groups, such as the Voluntary Tibet Advocacy Group ( V-TAG).
-Filed by Tibet Advocacy Section, DIIR.