Canberra: The second day of the V-TAG Australia Strategy Meeting and Advocacy Training concluded with a series of key developments, including the appointment of regional coordinators and the formulation of an action plan aimed at advancing and sustaining Tibet Advocacy in their respective regions.
Karma Choeying, Secretary of The Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) gave a concluding remarks in which he outlines the crucial roles of V-TAG and CTA’s Advocacy Efforts, while emphasising the pivotal role of V-TAG members and Tibetan youth in strengthening and advancing the Tibet Advocacy Movement in their respective regions. He further commended the collaborative efforts of the participants and encouraged continued dedication to the shared objective of advancing the Tibetan freedom movement.
Tsetan Dolma, V-TAG Australasia Regional Coordinator from the Tibet Advocacy Section, CTA, present the Action Plans of the International Tibet Youth Forum 2023 and shared insights from the International Tibet Youth Forum.
The day progressed with V-TAG members engaging in group discussions where they divided into regional groups to elect their respective coordinators and deliberate on their individual regional action plans. Each group discussed strategies for the upcoming year.
The subsequent presentation of regional action plans allowed participants to articulate their proposed actions for the coming year. The appointed regional coordinators sat together with DIIR, V-TAG Australasia coordinator, compiled these plans to form the final Overall Australia Action Plans.
The adopted action plans were then presented collectively by the regional coordinators, and deciding to convene virtually to delve deeper into the details of the proposed actions.
As the V-TAG Australia Strategy Meeting concluded, the newly appointed regional coordinators and the outlined action plans set a positive trajectory for the year ahead, fostering a sense of unity and commitment among V-TAG members.
–Reported by Tibet Advocacy Section, DIIR