The Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Oikya Parishad held a press conference calling for the national election to be fair, unbiased, and violence-free.
BDG columnist Sarah C. Beasley reviews the latest film from Bhutanese filmmaker Pawo Choyning Dorji, about Bhutan’s transition to a democracy in 2006
Pope Francis is the very first pontiff in the Church’s history to visit Mongolia, with a complicated set of issues to be deliberated
Cornered by riot police at both ends of an underpass in central Kuala Lumpur, Vienna Rae smelled tear gas begin to fill the enclosed space.
At least 21 people have been killed by government forces during an attack on a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar’s southern Shan State, the BBC has reported.
Taking the Middle Way in our approach to personal and social change
Harsha Navaratne, chair of the executive committee of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists, presents a vision for compassionate social change
An examination of the need for solidarity and compassion on the path to fundamental change
Sayadaw Ashin Arriyawuntha Biwunsa was one of Myanmar’s most accomplished and respected monks
The junta that overthrew Myanmar’s elected government in 2021 has detained at least 56 Buddhist monks for speaking out against the coup in the last