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Gandhi Foundation Annual Report for 2018-2019.

The Annual Report was introduced at our recent AGM which was held at Global Co-operation House, London, during the Gandhian Voice In Our World Today conference on the 27th September. You can read a copy of the Report here

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Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award 2018 – presented in 2019

The Gandhi Foundation is delighted to have been able to belatedly present the 2018 Peace Award to Victoria Tauli Corpuz, the UN Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous People, and the campaign group Mines and Communities. The Peace Award was presented at the special conference co organised by the Gandhi Foundation to celebrate Gandhi’s 150 birthday […]

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Second Festival of Natural Fibres

EVENT              Festival of Natural Fibres #2, 2019  DATE / TIME     Saturday, November 9th, 2019 / 10am-5pm  VENUE             Craft Central, The Forge, 397-411 Westferry Rd, London E14 3AE  CONTENT        Market / Exhibition / Panels / Q&As / Workshops / […]

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GANDHIAN VOICE IN OUR WORLD TODAY

To mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mohandas K. Gandhi The Gandhi Foundatiuon and the Brahma Kumaris are jointly hosting a conference in London, at Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, London NW10 2HH. To register, click here or go to gandhian_voice.eventbrite.co.uk

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The Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2019

This year’s Annual Lecture took place at the Nehru Centre, London on 31st May. It was given by M. K. Gandhi’s grandson, Gopalkrishna Gandhi. Atonement in Politics; Perspectives from Mahatma Gandhi : Gopalkrishna Gandhi A transcript of the lecture can be read here: Atonement in Politics

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Gandhi and Ahimsa as a Way of Life by Bhikhu Parekh

Although Hindu practice has fallen far short of the ideal, ahimsa has long been a greatly admired value in the Hindu tradition. Gandhi made it the central organising principle of his life and thought, and both drew upon and modified the Hindu tradition.  For him too it involved non-injury, not causing harm to a living […]

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Reverence for Life and Ahimsa by George Paxton

For a few decades around the middle of the 20th century Albert Schweitzer was one of the best known human beings in the world, or at least in that large part of the world influenced by Christianity.  Today he is rarely mentioned.  Yet much of his thought is worth studying and his key concept of […]

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