The NBO AGM 2015 will take place at Triratna’s new West London Buddhist Centre on Saturday 24th October from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to...Continue Reading
To mark the start of the COP21 climate change meeting in Paris this week, members of the committee of the Network of Buddhist Organisations UK have issued a statement, signed personally, not on behalf of …Continue Reading
In the run-up to COP21, the international talks on climate change beginning today in Paris, a number of Buddhist leaders combined forces as the Global Buddhist Climate Change Collective.
Their Buddhist Climate Change Statement to...Continue Reading
Recently, the British Government asked the Law Commission to conduct a review of the law governing how and where people can marry in England and Wales. Yann Lovelock was interviewed on behalf of the Network...Continue Reading
Following this summer's press reports of the serious environmental damage caused by a group of Buddhists releasing crabs and lobsters into the sea near Brighton, the NBO has released this advisory statement.
Read the NBO's …Continue Reading
With sadness we announce the death of Ken Jones on Sunday 2nd August. Ken was a Buddhist teacher, Haiku and Haibun poet, author of the New Social Face of Buddhism, Everyday Buddhism and many other...Continue Reading
Buddhist Action Month 2014 is over. Long live BAM!
What was it? What happened?
Throughout June, a great many activities took place, not just in the UK but also in Sweden and Germany. We even …Continue Reading
The UK's Network of Engaged Buddhists recently announced its decision to dissolve itself and hand over its assets to the NBO.
At a meeting at the end of May, the membership published this announcement -...Continue Reading