The NDPT considers it of primary importance to keep alive the freedom struggle among our own people- especially among the younger generation whom His Holiness the Dalai Lama has called ‘the seeds of future Tibet’. In pursuit of this goal the NDPT hosts talks, seminars and other programs in schools and universities to inform and motivate the students.
At the same time we believe it is equally important to keep alive the issue of Tibet on the world stage. We seek to do this through various activities aimed at informing the general public as well as reminding the world leaders about the ongoing tragedy of Tibet and China’s crimes against humanity.
With these two goals in mind; our political activities come under four broad categories:
1. To keep in touch with the global print and electronic media with both historical background information as well as any new development on the issue of Tibet;
2. To reinforce our own struggle with activities such as street demonstrations, fasting, sit-ins, protest marches etc;
3. To enhance the level of direct human interaction-in India and other countries, wherever possible-through group discussions, talks and door-to-door distribution of information on Tibet; and,
4.To organize workshops, seminars, talks and film – shows in our own schools and settlements so as to instill the ideals of democracy and to keep alive the flame of the freedom struggle in the hearts and minds of our own people-especially the younger generation.