Representatives of religious faiths, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Sikhism assembled at the foot of Parliament Hill in London on 13 November to
A new Buddhist institute in Brazil will combine academic and practical rigor to train students in experiential and transformative learning.
A meditation on the path of processing impermanence and the loss of our loved ones
Illuminating the rich history of gold in religious manuscripts, namely Christian and Buddhist, on display at the British Library
The junta that overthrew Myanmar’s elected government more than a year ago has destroyed in excess of 100 Buddhist and Christian buildings in central, northwest,
A Buddhist reflection on manifesting an ethical character in interfaith relations in especially difficult geopolitical times
Learning from the lives of two European-born men who became Zen monks
Thousands of Jogye Order monastics continue pressure on the government to address perceived biases
Buddhist leaders in Korea have seen a string of perceived slights against the religion in favor of Christianity recently
Religious groups in Myanmar say that they are being targeted in government suppression efforts, amid growing public opposition to the military junta.
Curators and archaeologists appeal to international community
Solidarity amid inherited suffering and injustice