Author: nboadmin

NBO one day conference and AGM – 20th Oct

There will be a one day conference exploring some of the current issues facing Buddhism on the 20th October from 10.30 until 4.30pm at the London Buddhist Centre in Bethnel Green . All NBO supporters, members and guests are invited. We hope to have speakers on one or more of: mindfulness and Secular Buddhism; social engagement; succession issues in Buddhist …. Read More >

Manchester Buddhist Convention – 13th October

As you will see, plans for the 2012 Manchester Buddhist Convention are moving on quickly as the event is only seven weeks away and we are hoping that your members will be able to join us.  More details can be found on our website As always food is being provided for free.  Although dana …. Read More >

A Year of Service

A Year of Service and the Diamond Jubilee Would your organisation be willing to organise an event during the Diamond Jubilee year in July 2012?  Each major faith community has been offered a month in 2012 in which to organise inclusive events based on various themes. The Buddhist community has been offered a month – …. Read More >

Manchester Buddhist Convention – 11th June

Manchester Triratna Buddhist Centre in  is hosting this years Buddhist convention. All groups and traditions in the Manchester area have been invited and many have accepted. There is a full programme of talks and meditation and an opportunity to meet senior representatives from many traditions as well as a diverse range of Buddhists from complete beginners …. Read More >

NBO AGM on 7th May 2011

Dear All, The NBO AGM will take place on Saturday the 7th May from 10.30 till 4.00pm. The venue is: SGI-UK London Ikeda Peace Centre, 7 Wakefield Street, LONDON WC1N 1PG, The room is in the basement. Tea and coffee can be available but people will have to bring their own lunch. Agenda to be …. Read More >

The Big Society and Buddhism?

I copied this from some material circulating about the Big Society. The Big Society – relevant to the Buddhist Community? The Context Since the Coalition Government came to power, David Cameron has revived his vision of the ‘Big Society’ with community groups and local organisations taking more control of their public services. It is clear …. Read More >