Update, December 5, 2013: According to information received from Tibetans in exile, Kunchok Tseten died soon after his self-immolation. His body has not been returned to his family.
Learn more about the self-immolations that have occurred since 2009.
ICT's 2014 calendar provides a glimpse of Tibetans in their homeland featuring exquisite images of Tibetans wearing a wide variety of hats.
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The Board and staff of the International Campaign for Tibet mourn the passing of inspirational leader Nelson Mandela. ICT Executive Chairman Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari said that he "admired former President Mandela not only for his courage and persistence in fighting for the rights of his people but for his efforts in working towards national reconciliation."
Calling him "an example for all humanity" His Holiness the Dalai Lama first met his fellow Nobel Peace Laureate Nelson Mandela in 1996 in South Africa. They met again in 2004.
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