A US college student challenges stereotypes and preconceptions about Buddhism, religion, and spirituality
Dalai Lama Invited to Major Buddhist Conference in Mumbai after Urging Non-Violence in World Affairs
The Dalai Lama has been invited to a major international conference in Mumbai after honoring the 75th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Oikya Parishad held a press conference calling for the national election to be fair, unbiased, and violence-free.
Nearly 1,500 signatures, including many from prominent Buddhist teachers in the US, call for an immediate ceasefire
The Soka Gakkai Council on Peace Issues puts out statement calling for peace and humanitarian aid for civilians caught in the devastating conflict in Gaza.
Exploring ethical affinities between Buddhism and human rights as the Middle East enters a new phase of brutality
As the cycle of trauma repeats itself, we have an opportunity to be peacemakers and to lift others up
Famed Buddhist human rights advocate and political leader has been in prison or house arrest for much of the last 35 years
As the Parliament of the World’s Religions celebrates its 130th anniversary, we examine the concept of Human Rights in Buddhism
Interfaith Dialogue: Parliament of the World’s Religions Convenes in Chicago with a Focus on Human Rights
The 2023 Parliament of the World’s Religions commenced on Monday, with some 6,500 religious and spiritual leaders assembling in Chicago.
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.