Buddhist Climate Action – What Can I Do? We would like to invite you to apply to a day of workshops, dialogue and talks to explore Buddhist climate action on 1 February 2020 in London. The day will be an opportunity to reflect on how the rich variety of Buddhist practices can support and inform …. 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 >
Charity Commission webinars for faith charities – Jan – March 2021 Here are details of free webinars for faith charities run by the Charity Commission’s Faith Engagement Team, starting this Friday 9th January and going on until March. These cover, separately, Trustee duties for faith charities Safeguarding for faith charities and Financial management for faith …. Read More >
How has your ritual and worship adapted to Covid-19 restrictions? Manchester Metropolitan University is conducting research. If you’d like to know more or take part, take the survey or get in touch. https://bric19.mmu.ac.uk/ The project aims to document, analyse, and understand the new ways that religious communities are coming together, and to use those findings to help make religious …. Read More >
Please take 10 minutes to contribute to this review of how best the government should engage with faith groups in *England.*Buddhists are greatly underrepresented.https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/independent-faith-engagement-review-call-for-evidence
NBO is inviting you to join the annual gathering. We hope to move the conversation on from last year’s topic ‘What is Buddhism For?’ and this year we are asking: ‘What motivates us? What mobilises us? How can we maximise our impact?’ Our Buddhist practices and understanding guide us in our choices and actions. What …. Read More >
Here’s the recording of the David Loy seminar. This was the third in a series from the NBOs ecodharama network. Details of future events coming soon.
We would like to invite you to our next webinar with author David Loy on 12 September at 5pm. If you are free, please do take the opportunity to hear him speak live by signing up below. We are asking for a small contribution of £5 as dana for David. If you or any of …. Read More >