Welcome to the February 2024 Newsletter
To mark the 40th anniversary of INEB’s Seeds of Peace journal and third-year remembrance of the Myanmar coup d’etat in February 2021, INEB and the Spirit in Education Movement (SEM) collaborated in bringing to life an innovative sculptural art project expressing solidarity between the Thai-Myanmar people’s movements for justice and peace.
INEB announces the availability of small grant funds through the Sombath Somphone Memorial Fund. Applications can be submitted by non-profit organizations, or small groups and individuals from countries in the Mekong Sub-Region (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and the southwest region of China).
Gandhi saw nonviolence as the instrument of the strong. This realization has come to me after many years of working with the most marginalized communities in India. It is for this reason we have developed the Four-Fold Approach to Peacebuilding.
It could be summed up that “Pracha” lived the life of a social revolutionary who never hesitated to devote his whole life to his dream causes.
Written by Settanant Thanakitkoses On April 9th, 2023, Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal, a Thai activist, currently known as themonastic name Phra Jaranasampanno,
What happened to Buddhist Civilisation in India? This question is the great mystery which needs to be explained in world history.
Why study Buddhism from the archaelogical perspective: a bull of logic (tarkapungava) in the spider’s web. The famous Buddhist logician,
Watch a short video recap of INEB activities from 2023!
INEB and Jungto Society joint DMZ Peace Declaration in Korea On this fine fall day, as we stand here surrounded