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Who are we?
The Gandhi Foundation exists to spread knowledge and understanding of the life and work of Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869–1948). Our most important aim is to explain and demonstrate the continuing relevance of Gandhi’s insights and actions today.
The Gandhi Foundation organises events and activities throughout the year. These cover a wide range of subjects but are focused on our aims and with our values at their core. Our events such as The Gandhi Peace Award and Annual Lecture are internationally recognised.
What In The World – In Iraq with Denis Halliday
Revisiting Iraq after 20 years with the Gandhi Foundation Patron and former Assistant General Secretary of the UN.
Recollections of Gandhi
Recollections of a woman who toured with Gandhi along with her family in 1925.
Latest news updates
Gandhi Foundation Multifaith event 2023
On Saturday, 21 January 2023, at 15.30 hrs, the Gandhi Foundation Annual Multifaith event returns to the Unitarian Church, Golders Green. Entry is FREE, and all are welcome, with refreshments served. The event this year will have a 'green' theme and will include...
Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award 2022
The Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award 2022 was presented to Esther Trienekins of Action Village India on 27 October at the House of Lords, following the Annual Lecture. Action Village India, based in the UK, works with seven grassroots organisations across...
Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2022
The Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2022 took place on Thursday 27 October 2022. The event was hosted and chaired by Gandhi Foundation patron Lord Dholakia and was titled: ‘Peacefully preventing and stopping war: Some challenges to conventional wisdom'. The lecture...
Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2022 update
The Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2022 has proven so popular that all in-person tickets have now sold out. We are currently looking for a larger venue to increase attendance but will also be providing a live stream and will be recording the event too. If you wish...