Code of Conduct

The NBO’s code of conduct  is as follows:

We agree to promote the aims of the Network of Buddhist Organisations (UK) which are:

a) To promote fellowship and dialogue between organisations and individuals inspired by Buddhist principles, practices  and traditions.

b) To facilitate cooperation in matters of common interest.

c) To work in harmony with Buddhist, Buddhist-inspired, and other like-minded organisations.

In order to maintain harmony and promote Buddhist, and Buddhist-inspired, teachings and practices in the UK, as an organisation and member of the NBO we undertake the following:

a) To observe the ethical principles exemplified by the Five Precepts in all our activities.

b) To undertake that our members will not defame each other’s organisations or teachers in public or through the media.

c) To make every effort to resolve any disagreements that might arise within our organisations, or with other organisations or groups, through our internal processes or through private discussion and mediation.

A printer-friendly version of this code may be downloaded here.

This code was adopted by the NBO in 2009.  Please note that the code is in no way intended to prevent healthy and open debate.