Tag Archives: economics

What Would a Gandhian Business Model Look Like?

The Rt Hon Vince Cable MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills delivered the Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture in October 2013. The title of his lecture was What Would a Gandhian Business Model Look Like? You can read the full speech by clicking here. You can read a review by Robert Fisher and analysis by Antony Copley below. […]

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A World of Limited Resources – The Gandhi Foundation Summer Gathering 2013 by Natasha Lewis

The Abbey, in the little village of Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire, was again the setting for this year’s Gathering, a week of attempting to live in the style of one of Gandhi’s ashrams whilst allowing a space for discussion into applying his principles to issues faced in the modern world. The building itself is a perfect facilitator for this event, […]

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New Book – Ecology Economy by Felix Padel, Ajay Dandekar & Jeemol Unni

Ecology Economy – Quest for a socially informed connection By Felix Padel, Ajay Dandekar and Jeemol Unni         About the book, courtesy of Orient Black Swan: Ecology, Economy is an elaborate argument to establish society as central in policy-making for holistic development. The book presents cases of the adverse effects of resource […]

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Civilizational Gandhi – a new paper by Rajni Bakshi

Gateway House’s Rajni Bakshi analyses the Mahatma’s civilizational vision and explains how it can guide us through contemporary economic and identity-related conflicts. From the central hall of the Indian Parliament in New Delhi to a statue at Union Square Park in New York, and across far flung corners of the world, M.K. Gandhi is loved […]

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New Book Review – Whose Country is it anyway? by Gladson Dungdung and reviewed by Felix Padel

Gladson Dungdung – Whose Country is it anyway? Review by Felix Padel This collection of activist essays is out just when it is needed most: a book touching on every aspect of the Adivasi situation by an Adivasi activist prepared to take on the big questions and the key perpetrators of violence, from the big companies […]

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Jeevika Trust ‘Adopt a Hive’ New Year Appeal

Beelieve in Village India Here is a gift sweeter than honey that solves all your giving needs – family, friends, birthdays, valentines. It is the practical present that changes people’s lives for the better. How? We all know bees are brilliant and at Jeevika Trust they have put this into action with their Project Madhu Network. […]

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New Opencast Coal Mines Destroying Tigerland by Bulu Imam

16th October 2012 I must admit to being a romantic and idealist by nature. Having said that I must declare that I believe romance and idealism to be amongst the most prized possessions of our species apart from instinct itself. Up until the advent of what we know as civilization man had an imagination which […]

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