International Human Rights Day 2010: Local Actions/Events

This page has a list of local events for you to join on or near December 10th, 2010, International Human Rights Day. If there isn’t an event near you, organize one and email info[at] with your event details.

If your event is not listed here then please email info[at] and have it added to the list

Delhi – Dec. 9

What: Tibet Third Pole march
Where: Delhi University North Campus
Organized by SFT Delhi & RTYC Delhi

Delhi – Dec. 10

What: Photo Exhibition
Where: Art Faculty, Delhi University North Campus

SFT Delhi Contact: Jyotsna – +91 9810062202, Dhadon – +91 99116 99012

Email- sftdelhi[at]

Pune – Dec. 10

What: Human Rights Day and Commemoration of HHDL’s Nobel Peace Prize
Where: Fergusson college
Highlight freedom of expression (Poetry reading and banned songs)
This event will be focused on Human Rights all over the world with Tibet being one of the key focus. A student will read out excerpt from Liu Xiaobo’s article and about his work.
Organized by SFT Pune & OpenSpace India

SFT Pune Contact: Tselha – +91 96730 58632

Email- sftpune[at]



About INDIA: Stand Up for Tibet-Petition

Please sign this petition to strongly urge Shri S. M. Krishna, The Minister of External Affairs to make a strong and clear statement acknowledging the crackdown in Tibet, and to highlight the human rights violations being carried out in Tibet today. We will deliver this petition on October 2nd, 2012 - Gandhi Jayanti - a day that symbolizes our nation’s ability to reject colonial rule, to recognize freedom as our birthright, and to regain our independence. National wide Candle Light Vigil wil be organised by our Indian Members and supporters in all the Indian major cities that day. Tibet Needs You Now! Students for a Free Tibet, India (SFT India) is the India National Network of Students for a Free Tibet International, which has over 650 chapters in more than 35 countries. We are a Non-Profit Organization funded entirely by our members and supporters. Founded in the year 2000 from a very humble beginning as a loose network of few young activists and students based in Dharamshala campaigning for Tibet’s Independence, SFT India has grown as nation-wide network of youth, campaigning for the Fundamental Rights of the Tibetan people, and we are still growing. It is from our grassroots network that we gain our strength. To ensure the effectiveness of our grassroots network, we create awareness and sensitize the world on the just cause of Tibet. We believe that young people can and must take responsibility to change our world for the better.
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