Exploring a unique manifestation of the sacred feminine in contemporary Korean Buddhism
Karen Greenspan visits Nepal, where she engages with a contemporary manifestation of an ancient tradition of Buddhist dance
US Department of State Honors Bangladeshi Social Activist Rani Yan Yan with 2023 Global Anti-Racism Champions Award
The prominent Buddhist activist Rani Yan Yan was among six activists recognized at the First Annual Ceremony for the Award for Global Anti-Racism Champions.
A shining example of the alignment between Buddhist scholarship, Buddhist activism, and Buddhist practice from around the world.
Engaged Buddhism: INEB Hosts Landmark Interfaith Gathering in Bangkok for Gender Equality and Social Justice
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists hosted an interfaith gathering where religious leaders expressed support for equality and social inclusivity.
BDG speaks with Jonathan Watts on his new two-volume examination of the evolution of engaged Buddhism in Japan
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia recently organized an interfaith dialogue on women and spirituality from the perspective of Buddhism and Islam.
The Tibetan Nuns Project (TNP) recently shared the news that 10 Tibetan Buddhist nuns were awarded geshema degrees at a conferment ceremony in Bodh Gaya.
Engaged Buddhism: 20th Biennial INEB Conference Concludes in South Korea with a Commitment to Action, Peace, and Change
SEOUL, South Korea – The 20th Biennial Conference of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB), jointly organized with Jungto Society, concluded in Seoul on
On the life of an extraordinary Buddhist woman in Korea in the early years of the 20th century
A historic step toward manifesting greater equality within the monastic institutions of the Buddhadharma