This year’s Buddhist Action Month falls in June, highlighting the wide variety of UK Buddhist activities benefiting wider society. Find out all about it.
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For the first time, England’s Buddhist buildings are the subject of a national survey, as heritage conservation body English Heritage undertakes research in partnership with the Centre for Religion and Public Life at the...Continue Reading
The Foundation for Developing Wisdom and Compassion seeks new director. FDCW is an international educational non-profit organisation established to promote peace in the world and affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the...Continue Reading
Aruna Ratanagiri have produced a Forest Sangha Calendar for 2014, available for free download in 12 languages, thanks to the collaboration of many translators. They can be downloaded for printing from Continue Reading
Buddhist Action Month (BAM) is coming…….July 2013!
The theme is Earthkind – caring for our environment. Organise your own Earthkind event!
Set up an Environmental event with your local Buddhist/Community Centre.
We usually think of conflict as negative and painful. How would it be if we were to see conflict as transformative? Buddhism suggests that out of difficulties and conflicts can develop wholesome outcomes.
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A group of nuns from the Bhutan Nuns Foundation will be touring the UK from July 2013, meeting local Buddhist groups and giving presentations on the realities of life as a nun in Bhutan....Continue Reading
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In response to the recent ethnic violence against Muslims in Burma’s Rakhine state, which has often been supported and perpetuated by the area’s Buddhists, the NBO executive endorse the recent statement issued by a...Continue Reading