The Second Gandhi Memorial Lecture is to be held on the 27th October in Pietermaritzberg, RSA. Further details can be found here
In 2016 the QCA celebrates its 125th anniversary. On October 4th – which is World Animal Day – they launched their new publication Journeys of Compassion. Further details are available here.
Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2016 Ethics, Empathy and Peacemaking: Dr Rowan Williams (former Archbishop of Canterbury) 2016 Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture. Dr Rowan Williams delivered this year’s annual lecture on the topic of ‘Ethics, Empathy and Peacemaking; Reflections on Preserving our Humanity’ on Saturday, 1 October 2016 at St Martin-in-the-Fields – Trafalgar Square, London, […]
‘Learning Through Peace’ – a National Conference for Primary Schools in the UK This conference will focus on developing the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Curriculum and positive, living values, in the context of achieving academic excellence. Friday 24 June 2016 at the Friends House, opposite Euston station, London This conference is for school leaders […]
This article by Mabrur Ahmed has recently been published on the ‘Restless Beings’ website, which can be reached from the link here Almost 200 million people tuned into the dystopian world of Eurovision last Saturday where they spurred on a Ukrainian song called 1944 about the persecution of the Tartar in Crimea under Stalin. To […]
Felix Padel has written a review of Manifesto for a Democratic Civilization: Vol I. Civilization. The Age of Masked Gods and Disguised Kings by Abdullah Öcalan, translated by Havin Guneser. The review can be read (as a PDF file) here
For many years the Gandhi Foundation has run a Gathering/Summer School in the UK, usually during the last week of July. It is designed to be a week of exploring community and creativity through sharing. We aim to provide a lively environment and provide for all ages. The Gathering in 2016 will be held at […]