Middle Way Approach

The Middle Way Approach for Genine Autonomy for the Tibetan People («Umaylam» in Tibetan) is a policy conceived by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in 1974, in an effort to engage the Chinese government in dialogue and find a peaceful way to protect the unique Tibetan culture and identity.

It is a policy adopted democratically through a series of discussions held over many decades by the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) and the Tibetan people.

Briefing Note «Middle Way Approach» (.pdf, 253 Kb)

«Umaylam: Middle Way Approach» (.pdf, 1220 Kb)

Frequently Asked Questions about the Middle Way Approach (.pdf, 241 Kb)

A Chronology of the Middle Way Approach (.pdf, 143 Kb)

The Tibetan Plateau and its Global Environmental Significance (.pdf, 70 Kb)


See also:

Umaylam Campaign: Middle Way Approach

 

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