Cultivating creative compassion and social engagement among tomorrow’s leaders
Participants in the dialogue agreed on the importance of building bridges to combat violence and promote peace
Offering two Buddhist paths toward treating the world’s growing substance abuse problem
A US college student contemplates his place in the world through a Buddhist lens of interconnection and compassion
Youth delegations from Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, and Thailand participated in the 2023 Korean Buddhist Cultural Tour from 30 August–2 September.
One Year on from Day Care Gun Massacre in Rural Thailand, Grieving Families Heal with Monks and Commemorations
Healing is a long road for families and survivors as they commemorate the gun massacre of 36 people on 6 October 2022 in Uthai Sawan
New research shows a range of attitudes to one’s own and other religions in three Buddhist countries, two Muslim countries, and one multifaith country
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists is sponsoring a training workshop for Buddhists caregivers to be hosted in Thailand from 29 Sep.–1 Oct.
Daughters of the Buddha: Progress on the Path of Female Ordination – A Conversation with Ven. Dhammananda Bhikkhuni
Female monasticism and the fourfold sangha: a lineage re-established
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists has announced that the International Young Bodhisattva Program is now open to prospective applicants.
A caravan of female and male Buddhist monastics and lay practitioners from Thailand concluded a 700-kilometer peace pilgrimage in Ladakh on Sunday.
Muthu Raja, a Thai Elephant Gifted to Sri Lanka for Buddhist Ceremonies, Returns Home After Neglect Allegations
After 20 years at a Buddhist temple, concerns arose that the animal’s health was in decline due to abuse and neglect