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TSG Grampian campaigns for Tibetans' right to determine their own future and preserve their culture, for an end to the violation of their human rights and for a Tibet free from Chinese occupation. It also supports charity projects for needy Tibetans in Tibet and in exile.


Nepal Earthquake Appeal

May 2015
Tibet Relief Fund are launching an appeal to provide help to Tibetan communities in Nepal which have been hit by the recent earthquake in that region. Donations are being asked for to support the relief work. Please contribute if you can. TSGG will be allocating the proceeds of our Banchory collection of 13 June to this cause.

Talk: Nomad Survival

Books and Beans, Belmont St Aberdeen.

By Youdon Lhamo. Details on the local events page.

Sunday 22 February, 6.30 pm. Entry £3.

One World Day

Rosemount Terrace, Aberdeen

30 August 2014

The purpose of this event was to celebrate our diverse cultures: There were stalls with arts and crafts, food, information etc. and also musical performances from different ethnic groups.

Walk For Tibet

TSGG Annual Sponsored Event

Sunday, 13 July 2014

Our annual sponsored walk this year was at Bennachie. The sponsorship money is now all in, an excellent £900 in total. Thanks to all contributors. Report and photos available.

Panchen Lama petition


April 2014

Sign the petition urging Zhu Weiqun, China's official spokesperson for Tibetan affairs, to give accurate information about the whereabouts and well-being of Gedhun Choekyi Nyima.

Human Rights Day Vigil

Town centre, Aberdeen

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

This year, TSGG had a stall and a candlelight vigil in St Nicholas Street. Over a couple of hours we collected about 150 signatures from members of the public on greetings cards to Tibetan political prisoners.

International Mother Language Day

Aberdeen event

23 February 2014

In Tibet, since 2009, at least one hundred and twenty seven Tibetans have sacrificed their lives in protests over the destruction of their culture and sidelining of their language.

We meet monthly, in the Belmont Cinema cafe. If you feel you may be interested in helping the Tibetan cause, please come and join us for an informal chat about our work over a cup of coffee. Or, if you would like more information about our local group, please contact our Webmaster at the email address below: