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<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Reflecting on 2016
Learning from the past and anticipating the future, while living in the now
Uploaded 30 Dec 2016
An Afternoon with Ajahn Sujato: Personal Courage and Restoring the Sangha’s Moral Purpose
A voice of engaged Buddhism for the contemporary world
Uploaded 9 Dec 2016
Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: Nuns’ Monastery Set to Become Reality
New developments in the initiative to establish a bhikkhuni monastery in the UK
Uploaded 9 Dec 2016
Beyond 2,600 Years of Buddhism: A Reflection on the 1st ASEAN Buddhist Conference on ASEAN Buddhists
Addressing communal religious violence and the revival of the bhikkhuni order
Uploaded 18 Nov 2016
Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: The First Buddhist Nunnery in the UK
A milestone for female monasticism in Britain
Uploaded 5 Aug 2016
Offering Welcome: Ayya Tathaloka
Interview with a pioneering Western Buddhist nun
Uploaded 8 Jul 2016
Reflections from the 14th Sakyadhita International Conference: Nurturing the Theravada Bhikkhuni Sangha
An examination of equal opportunity for ordination and Buddhist education for women
Uploaded 28 Aug 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Crisis and Opportunity for Theravada Buddhism
The Buddhist sangha is perhaps the longest-lived institution in world history. It has diffused across time and space over a period of more than 2,500 years. It has traversed the globe through diverse,
Uploaded 20 Mar 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Supporting the Ordination of Theravada Bhikkhunis
On 29 November, 8 bhikkhunis and 47 novices were ordained at Thippayasathandhamma Bhikkhuni Arama, a nunnery located on the islet of Koh Yor in Thailand’s Songhkla Province. The ceremony was performed
Uploaded 9 Jan 2015
Banning Ajahn Brahm’s speech on nuns was a spectacular own-goal
All religious traditions claim to exert moral and spiritual authority. Most of the great world faiths also like to believe they are aligned with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of the United N
Uploaded 30 May 2014
The Urgency of Recognition: Female Buddhist monastics in Bangladesh
After a long interlude in which the Theravada Bhikkhuni Sangha was presumed extinct, the Sri Lankan lineage was re-established in 1998 at Bodhgaya with the help of Chinese Buddhist nuns. Recent progre
Uploaded 23 May 2014
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