“We have to liberate each other and ourselves. We can do this because we have a love a life. It is calling us in all our converging streams through the teachers of the main religions. I see structural violence as a way to address if we speak together that we are all victims and we are all accountable. It is the work we are born to do.” — Joanna Macy
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Kerala is suffering its worst floods for 100 years. Hundreds of thousands have been displaced and are living in over 1,000 relief camps set up in the State. There have been a number of deaths and many serious injuries. Many are missing. The numbers are rising all the...read more
INEB is supporting the music of a young Thai musician who plays a traditional Thai instrument, the flute of Khlui. Narapat Pabanjongjit, who was invited to play the flute around the world, such as Asia, Europe and so on. Began playing the Thai flute at the age of 10...read more
We have been closely monitoring the unfolding of one of the most direst and violent situations in Burma’s Rakhine. Violence abetted against fellow human beings has caused massive casualties among the Muslim Rohingya. This has brought us much grief and trauma and our...read more
The INEB Institute is coming to the peak of an online campaign to raise funds so that two students can join our English program in January 2018. Annisa Hasanah is a recent graduate of Universitas Indonesia, who will be working with a well-known Indonesian conservation...read more
The Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts in conjunction with The International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) 18th General Conference present a symposium on Buddhist Approaches to Dying and Hospice Care in Taiwan November 22, 2017 Dharma Drum Mountain Temple One...read more