Aims & Objectives
1. To dedicate oneself to the task of serving one’s country and people under the dynamic guidance of His Holiness the Dalai Lama; Spiritual and Temporal leader of Tibet;
2. To help strengthen the democratic process initiated by His Holiness the Dalai Lama;
3. To promote and protect national unity and integrity by abandoning any prejudice based on religion, regionalism and status;
4. To work for the preservation and promotion of Tibet’s unique traditions and rich cultural heritage, as well as to respect the right of all Tibetans to practice the faith of their choosing;
5. To struggle for the restoration of Tibet’s rightful independence; even at the cost of one’s life;
6. To help establish true democracy; without any bias based on religion, status and/or region;
7. To become informed and educated and to gain necessary experience so that true democracy can be put into practice soon after Tibet regains independence;
8. To ensure consistency and continuity of the basic policies; such as the struggle for Tibetan independence, for the sake of national interest, irrespective of any change in the leadership;
9. To become a forum for intellectual debate and discussion; both for those who hold similar and varied views and positions; and, at the same time the NDPT considers it equally important to keep alive the issue of Tibet on the international stage.
10. To endeavor to establish fruitful relations in the international arena with other governments and parties who hold similar objectives and policies.