“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

How to Support INEB

You can extend your support in terms of donation. Members will receive INEB’s magazine Seeds of Peace as a token of thanks and as a way to communicate with our network. You will also be invited to join INEB activities and programs.


Interfaith Rainforest Initiative

Phra Paisal Visalo Nobel Peace Center, Oslo 19 June 2017 Without nature, human being is nothing. Our existence is possible because of air, water, food and other requisites provided by nature. Not only survival, our well-being also depends on the generosity of nature....

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Mindful Markets Social Enterprise Course

Please send the registration form and the payment document to the contact person Mindful Markets are alternative approaches to shaping food systems based on full awareness of interconnected factors and driven by the principle of “Organic Food for All.” Mindful Markets...

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World Future Council World Future Forum 2017

The Bregenz Declaration - A Call to our Collective Consciousness 2 April 2017 We, the World Future Council commit to take action for systems change. If you, like us, believe this time of breakdown is and can be a time of breakthrough; if you are willing to commit...

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Govt Bans U Wirathu from Preaching Sermons

Burma’s infamous nationalist Buddhist monk U Wirathu was banned from delivering sermons across the country for one year, starting from March 10, due to his religious hate speeches. The decision was made at a special meeting of the country’s 47 senior Buddhist monks...

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What a Buddhist Monk Taught Xi Jinping

ZHENGDING, China — In 1982, two men arrived in this dusty provincial town. One was Shi Youming, a Buddhist monk who was taking up a post in the ruins of one of Zhengding’s legendary temples. The other was Xi Jinping, the 29-year-old son of a top Communist Party...

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