The committee members of the Network of Buddhist Organisations support the global initiative of the Safe Space Alliance. This means that NBO events will be a safe space for the community. A safe space is a place where the LGBTQIA+ community can freely express themselves without fear. It is a space, physical or virtual, …. Read More >
The Committe of NBO offer their full support to Inter Faith Week in promoting the importance of religious literacy. Across religious traditions we share the aspiration for us to all to become caring and compassionate human beings. We also share the importance if we are to act with compassion, of opening our hearts to …. Read More >
An invitation to join us for our annual gathering on the theme Awakening: Collective or Individual? 5th Nov at Birmingham Buddhist Vihara 1200 – 1600 With three speakers giving short input sessions and discussion in small groups and as a whole group To what extent is Buddhism a personal practice or a community led practice? …. Read More >
As Chairperson of the Network of Buddhist Organisations I am writing to pass on condolences from the members of our committee. We are keeping in mind members of the Royal Family, who have lost a loved one, and people of the United Kingdom and across the world who are grieving alongside them. Queen Elizabeth II …. Read More >
Join us on Saturday 20th November at 1500 – 1615 for our NBO Annual Gathering, as we ask how to the stories we tell about ourselves and the world shape our actions, practice, and future? More details and Zoom link here.
Zoom details below Saturday 20th November 1500 – 1615 As Buddhists, what stories do we live by and how do they condition our present and our future? In the face of the climate crisis, the global pandemic and social justice issues, the narratives we tell about ourselves and the world affect both how we …. Read More >
1900 – 2000 BST What action are we taking, and how are we doing? A sharing and listening space. Online on Zoom.
It’s June. Buddhist Action Month 2021 is here! Find out more and get involved.
In our next Eco Dharma Network webinar (Wednesday the 26th May 1900-2030) we welcome Hope for the Future. In our last informal sharing we discussed Buddhist Action Month (which is June) and many people talked about wanting to know more about how they could campaign. In this event Hope for the Future suggest ways of …. Read More >
April 14th 1900 – 2000 BST Zoom link below As Buddhists we are called upon to alleviate suffering, to transform ourselves and the world through dialogue, and to speak out about injustice and the degradation of our ecosystems. What kind of action do we want to take? Bring your ideas, large or small. Listen to …. Read More >