People's Movement for Middle Way, a Tibetan NGO based in Dharamsala launched a 3-day campaign in New Delhi, India on April 25, 2014 to push for immediate resumption of Sino-Tibet talks based on the "memorandum of genuine autonomy for the Tibetan people" submitted by the Central Tibetan Administration to the Chinese government in 2008 .
The campaign is organized in Delhi mainly to urge the foreign missions to express concern and press China on genuine autonomy for Tibet.
Around 300 activists from 30 different places in India and Nepal have joined the campaign.
On the first day, around 500 people took a peace march from Ram Lila ground to Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.
They will also organize a 'Hunger Strike' on the second day followed by a workshop on 'Middle Way Approach' on the third day with addresses by Lobsang Sangay, head of the Tibetan Administration in Exile, and the Speaker of Tibetan Parliament.