Tenzin Khangsar: One of the top 60 influencing Canadian foreign policy
The members of the Asia Pacific Democrat Union (APDU) recently elected Tenzin Dargyal Khangsar as the vice chairman of the union making him the first Tibetan to represent in the union. His major role is to hold the principles and goals of the union which shares a common principle of the International Democrat Union. He is committed to advance and advocate on Human Rights for Tibetans inside Tibet.
The Asia Pacific Democrat Union (APDU) is an international association of member parties close to the International Democratic Union. Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe is the current chairperson of the Asia Pacific Democrat Union.
With his vast experience in corporate and non-profit sectors, and the experience of working in the Office of Prime Minister of Canada and Ministry of Immigration, Tenzin was recognized as one of the top 60 influencing Canadian foreign policy.
Former sports broadcaster at CBC-TV, Tenzin also ran as a candidate for federal Member of Parliament in Montreal in the 2006 elections and is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Medal (2012).
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