Organizational Structure

As a network organization, INEB’s organizational structure is composed of Patrons, Honorary Advisors, an Advisory Committee and an Executive Committee. The Secretariat’s office is based in Bangkok, Thailand, where it coordinates network activities with a small staff under the leadership of the Secretary. The Advisory and Executive Committees convene joint annual meetings. Programme activities and new initiatives are guided by working groups composed of network members and partners.

PATRONS

Name Country

His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh

Venerable Maha Somchai Kusalacitto

Venerable Bhikshuni Chao Hwei

Tibet

France/Vietnam

Siam

Taiwan

HONORARY ADVISORS

Name Country
Venerable Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo

Venerable Lama Lobzang

Venerable Pomnyum Sunim

Venerable Samdhong Rinpoche

Venerable Tsing Tao

Venerable Bhikshuni Wu Yin

Hisashi Nakamura

Joanna Macy

John Ralston Saul

Rinko Okano

Urgyen Sangharashita

India (UK)

India

South Korea

Tibet

Taiwan

Taiwan

Japan

USA

Canada

Japan

United Kingdom

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (EC)

Name

Organisation

Country

Harsha Navaratne (Chairperson)

Sevalanka Foundation

Sri Lanka

Ven. Geshe Dorje Damdul

Tibet House, New Delhi

Tibet / India

Ven. Miao Hai

China Shandong Zhengjue Monastery

Switzerland

Ven. Norbu Sherpa

Nepal Buddhist Federation

Nepal

Ven. Sithornh Xayavongsone

Buddhism for Development

Laos

Ven. Bhikkhuni Jenkir

Luminary Buddhist Institute

Taiwan

Amanda Kiessel

Good Market

Sri Lanka/USA

Anchalee Kurutach

Buddhist Peace Fellowship

USA/Siam

Ang Choo Hong

Buddhist Research Society of Malaysia

Malaysia

Bobo Lwin

Kalayana Mitta Foundation

Burma/Myanmar

Jaizhen Wang

Sunshine Eco-village Network

China

Jeung-yeon Choi

Jungto Society

South Korea

Dharmacharini Vajrapushpa

Karuna Trust

UK

Dishani Jayaweera

Center for Peace Building and Reconciliation

Sri Lanka

Gauthama Prabhu Nagappan

Foundation of His Sacred Majesty

India (Tamil Nadu)

Gregory Kruglak

The Bridge Fund

Switzerland/USA

Hans van Willenswaard

School for wellbeing

Netherlands/Siam

Hesook Lee

Buddhist solidarity for Reform (BSR)

South Korea

Jonathan Watts

Japan Network of Engaged Buddhists

Japan/USA

Junghee Min

New Bodhisattva Movement

South Korea

Kyabgön Phakchok Rinpoche

Ka-Nying Shedrup Ling Monastery

Tibet/Nepal

Lanh Thi Tran

Social Policy Ecology Research Institute

Vietnam

Linda Buckley

Alaskan Buddhist Community

USA (Alaska)

Mangesh Dahiwale

Jambudvipa Trust

India

Matt Weiner

Office of Religious Life, Princeton University

USA

Matteo Pistono

Nekorpa and RIGPA Fellowship

USA

Nan Mya Thida

Pelone Education Development Unit, Taung Galay

Burma/Myanmar

Nigel Crawhall

IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy

South Africa

Otsal Wangdus

Socially Engaged Buddhist of Ladakh

India (Ladakh)

P. Lalidamballe

ADECOM & Navayana Buddhist Society of India 

India (Puducherry)

Poolchawee Ruangwichatorn

Spirit in Education Movement (SEM)

Siam

Prashant Varma

Deer Park Institute

India

Ros Sotha

Buddhists and Khmer Society Network

Cambodia

Sai Leng Wan

Alternative Education for Social Engagement (AESE)

Burma/Myanmar

Santoshita Chakma

Jumma Refugee welfare Association

Bangladesh

Sarom Sek

Maha Ghosananda Foundation

Cambodia

Suresh Chandra Bauddha

Youth Buddhist Society of India (YBS-India)

India

Suresh Jindal

Devki Foundation

India

Tashi Zangmo

Bhutan Nuns’ Foundation

Bhutan

Thanomsing Kosolnawin

Dhammadrops Foundation

Siam

Vidyananda (KV Soon)

Malaysia Network of Engaged Buddhists

Malaysia

Wallapa van Willenswaard

Garden of Fruition – Social Enterprise

Siam

Wintomo Tjandra

HIKMAHBUDHI

Indonesia

ADVISORY COMMITTEE (AC)

Name

Organisation

Country

Sulak Sivaraksa (Founder Chair)

Santi Pracha Dhamma Institute

Siam

Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari (Co-chair)

Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

Ven. Lama Duboom Tulku

Conservancy for Trans-Himalayan Arts & Culture

Buddhist Global Relief

World Buddhist Culture Trust

Tibet/USA

USA

Tibet/India

Ven. Phaisan Visalo

Buddhika Network for Buddhism and Society

Siam

Ven. Sangasena

Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre

Ladakh / India

Ven. Sumanalankar

Parbatya Bouddha Mission

Bangladesh

Ven. Bhikkhuni Dhammananda

Songdhammakalyani Monastery

Siam

Ven. Tsering Palmo

Ladakh Nuns Association

Ladakh/India

Rev. Alan Senauke

Clear View Project

USA

David Loy

Professor, Writer, and Zen teacher

USA

Dharmachari Lokamitra

Jambudvipa Trust

India

Douangdeuane Bounyavong

Buddhism for Development

Laos

Rev. Hidehito Okochi

Juko-in Temple

Japan

Hsiang-chou Yo

Lay Buddhist Association

Taiwan

Jamie Cresswell

European Buddhist Union

UK

Jill Jameson

Buddhist Peace Fellowship Australia

Australia

Joan Halifax Roshi

Upaya Institute and Zen Centre

USA

Rev. Masazumi Okano

International Buddhist Exchange Center

Japan

Minyong Lee

The Korea Institute for the Religion and Culture

South Korea

Park Gwang-seo

Korea Institute for Religious Freedom

South Korea

Raja Dharmapala

Dharmavedi Institute

Sri Lanka

Stella Tamang

Alternative Traditional Learning and Development Centre

Nepal

Swee-hin Toh

University for Peace

Costa Rica

Thant Lwin Maung

Socially Engaged Monastic Schools

Burma/Myanmar

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

Name Organization Country
Somboon Chungprampree (Moo) International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) Siam (Thailand)

Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace : A Buddhist Vision for Renewing Society.

The international magazine, Seeds of peace is published thrice annually in January, May and September, in order to promote the aims and objectives of the Thai Inter-Religious Commission for Development (TICD) and the Spirit in Education Movement (SEM) as well as the International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB). In order to subscribe a $50/year donation is suggested. Personal checks from the UK, US, and Euro are accepted.


Title :
 Vol.33 No.2 May-August. 2560 (2017)
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