England: A Christmas Message From ‘Free Tibet’, London.


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Thank you for your support throughout 2015.

From exposing China’s propaganda in schools to pressuring politicians to stand up to China and meet the Dalai Lama, 2015 was a busy campaigning year for Free Tibet. Particular highlights for us were making sure Tibet was repeatedly featured in national and international media coverage of President Xi Jinping’s UK visit in October, and seeing the United Nations’ Committee Against Torture use evidence we submitted to challenge and criticise China in a damning report this month.

It has been another difficult year inside Tibet with dozens of confirmed arrests and disappearances and heavy restrictions on freedom of movement and communications. Despite that, Tibetans have continued to seek new ways to resist China, from defying the authorities and celebrating the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday to protesting against land grabs.

Read more about news from Tibet and our campaigning in 2015.

Our work exposing the truth about Tibet and pressuring China remains crucial – thank you for everything you have done to support us this year.

From all of us here, wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Eleanor, Free Tibet Director

London, England.


p.s. our work will continue for as long as it must; have you considered supporting us when you’re gone with a gift in your will? You can find out more here.

D Lama Tibet

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Thailand: Latest Great News From John At SOI Dogs.

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Dear Mark,

Thanks to YOU, thousands of dogs and cats have received lifesaving care in 2015. You have saved the lives of many and given them a second chance at the life they deserve.

2015 was a big year, and 2016 is shaping up to be even bigger.

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The new dog hospital at the Soi Dog shelter is near completion and will be operational in 2016. This means more dogs than ever will be able to receive treatment and with improved facilities, will have an improved chance of making a full recovery.

Soi Dog will be ramping up its sterilisation/vaccination programs in Bangkok, which from the results of our survey is home to approximately 640,000 stray dogs. The first mobile team has been formed and after successful training in Kanchanaburi will commence operations in the area of Samut Prakhan, which incorporates Bangkok International airport in January. This area is seen as high priority as rabies is known to exist there. Depending on support additional teams will be employed with the goal of achieving 100,000 sterilisations per year.

Thanks to you great strides have been made to end the barbaric dog meat trade. The focus of this work is now increasing in Vietnam, one of the major areas where dog meat is eaten. Soi Dog will continue to work tirelessly towards ending the barbaric dog meat trade both in Thailand and in Vietnam, but this can only be achieved with your support!

Only you can ensure that more dogs and cats are saved in 2016. This is your last chance to make a donation in 2015. To make a donation before December 31st, please click here.

The stray dogs and cats of Thailand can only hope for a happy future with your support. Will you donate today to give them the second chance they so desperately need? Your support will save so many lives!

Best wishes,

John Dalley
Soi Dog Foundation

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Serbia: 28/12/15 – Latest Video And Photographs Of The Cats (and Doggie) At Shelter Felix.

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Please also see the latest new kitten to arrive at the shelter – little Tony:


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