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2004 Peace Award and Annual Lecture: Helen Steven and Ellen Moxley

The 2004 Annual Lecture was given by Helen Steven from Scotland who, together with Ellen Moxley, also received the Gandhi International Peace Award on this occasion. Both have campaigned tirelessly over 30 years against WMDs and the arms industry, and set up and run The Scottish Centre for Nonviolence. The Gandhi Foundation is delighted to […]

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2003 Peace Award: Denis Halliday

Words of acceptance – Gandhi International Peace Award – 30 January 2003 Distinguished Trustees of the Gandhi Foundation, Omar and Sohair Hayat Ladies and Gentlemen And friends It is difficult to describe how honoured, and yet humbled, I am to accept the Gandhi International Peace Award. The Mahatma and his non-violent philosophy and approach to […]

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2000 Peace Award and Annual Lecture – by Adam Curle

Mahatma Gandhi – Master of Truth At the core of the principle of nonviolence practiced by the marvellous man I think of as the Mahatma of his age, is the idea of Truth: Sat, Al-Haq, Wahrheit, Pravda, Verdad, Veritas, the Ultimate Reality. But it is also a word now used ambiguously by myself and others, […]

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