Events

Buddhist Action Month 2019

Buddhist Action Month 2019 is approaching. In June this year how are you going to take your Buddhist practice off the cushion and into the world? This year’s theme is Climate Action. What can you do now? Check out the page: Buddhist Action Month 2019  And there’s still time to sign up for our training …. Read More >

Protecting children and adults from abuse in UK Buddhist organisations

Two Safeguarding training events organised by the Network of Buddhist Organisations UK www.nbo.org.uk To be held at Birmingham Buddhist Centre 11 Park Road Birmingham, B13 8AB Safeguarding adults at risk of harm: Saturday 10th November, 13.30-17.00 POSTPONED TO 2019  Safeguarding children: Saturday 1st December, 13.30-17.00 BOOK HERE Two events for Buddhist trustees, administrators, leaders, teachers and Safeguarding …. Read More >

June is Buddhist Action Month 2017!

It’s just a few weeks until the start of Buddhist Action Month 2017: BAM! The NBO’s BAM Co-ordinator, Christine Thuring writes: “For a small UK-based project initiated in 2012 by the Network of Buddhist Organisations UK, BAM’s growth and expansion to other parts of the world has been phenomenal. We can consider it a new annual contemporary …. Read More >

June: Buddhist Action Month 2016

Now in its 5th year, Buddhist Action Month is an NBO initiative, encouraging Buddhists of all traditions to engage with beneficial activities transforming self and world, with emphasis on social change and expressing care for all. The special theme for BAM 2016 is community, in the sense of building bridges, sharing concerns and breaking down barriers, while …. Read More >

Buddhism in Action: a European conference

Val Stephenson is Chair of the Network of Buddhist Organisations UK. She reports: “Over the first weekend of April, I attended the European Buddhist Union’s (EBU) conference “Buddhism in Action” in Berlin. I saw many connections with our annual Buddhist Action Month (BAM) in the UK, and just how important Buddhist social action is. Here are just two responses …. Read More >