“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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Buddhist Leadership Training Programme

Towards A New Paradigm of Spiritual Growth For Ecology Sustainability and Social justice (1st September 2016 – 10th March 2017) If you are a committed spiritual practioner and want to work for social change this 6-month course is for you. It will provide a break from...

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Noble Truths Workshop by Jon Watts

“Noble Truths Workshop” by Jon Watts at Wongsanit Ashram, Nakhon Nayok, ThailandMarch 19-21, 2016 The four truths express the basic orientation of Buddhism: we crave and cling to impermanent states and things, which is dukkha,”incapable of...

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Mindful Markets Social Enterprise Course

TOA invites you to join Mindful Markets Social Enterprise Course from 23rd August – 4th September, 2016. The course aims to inspire the concept of mindful markets social enterprises through the process of sharing and learning experiences and skills from successful...

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Social Engagement and Liberation

Social Engagement and Liberation Nagaloka, Nagpur, India — 11th-14th October 2016 The International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) and Nagaloka, in partnership with Deer Park and the Karuna Trust, invite you to a conference celebrating the 60th anniversary...

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