Call on world leaders to speak out for Tibet

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Tibetans continue to protest and to share and disseminate information about protests. They do so at great risk, operating in a culture of repression and at risk of detention and torture.

Meanwhile, world leaders continue to refrain from publicly speaking out for Tibet. Contact them and ask them to break the silence.

Contact US President Barack Obama

Break the silence Obama.jpgSubmit comments and questions online on the White House website

Call or write to the President of the United States of America

Tweet @whitehouse

Watch and share our video calling on the President to break his silence.

Contact UK Prime Minister David Cameron

Break the silence UK.jpgSubmit comment and questions online on the Number 10 website

Email the Prime Minister

Tweet @number10gov

Watch and share our video calling on the Prime Minister to really talk about Tibet.

Contact Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon

Break the silence UN.jpgSubmit comments or questions online to the Secretary-General of the United Nations

Tweet @UN_Spokesperson

Contact your United Nations representative

Contact German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Break the silence Germany.jpgSubmit your comment or questions online to the Office of the Federal Chancellor

Submit a comment or question online on Angela Merkel's website (German)

Call or write to the Office of the Federal Chancellor

Comment on Angela Merkel's Facebook page

Contact French President Francois Hollande

break-the-silence_Hollande.jpgSubmit your comment or questions online to the office of the President of France

Tweet @fhollande

Comment on the President's Facebook page

Contact Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Break the silence Canada.jpgWrite to, fax, or submit your comment and questions online to Office of the Prime Minister of Canada

Tweet @PMHarper

Leave a comment on the Prime Minister's Facebook page

Contact Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Break the silence Australia.jpgSubmit your comment or questions online to the Office of the Prime Minister of Australia

Call, write to or fax Julia Gillard

Tweet @JuliaGillard

Leave a message on Julia Gillard's Facebook page

Contact Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

Abe Break the Silence image.jpgSubmit your comment or questions online to the Office of the Prime Minister of Japan

Tweet @JPN_PMO

Leave a message on the Prime Minister's Office Facebook page

Rest of the world

If your country's government or leader is not represented above, please find out how to contact them and help spread this message across the world.