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Multifaith Celebration 2017 – Climate Change – a Burning Issue

This was the title of this year’s annual multifaith gathering which took place on 28th January at Kingsley Hall where Gandhi Ji had stayed in 1931 while attending the Round Table Conference.  The title had been chosen some time ago but, in view of the drastic change in US policy, it could not have been […]

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Summer Gathering 2016 – Economics as if People Mattered

This year’s Summer Gathering  (23rd to 30th July) saw the Gandhi Foundation return to St Christopher School. Whilst it was sad to part company with The Abbey, the costs of hiring a grade 1 listed medieval building made it no longer viable to return to Sutton Courtney. An earlier executive committee had agreed that at […]

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Annual Lecture 2016 – Empathy, Ethics and Peacemaking

Dr Rowan Williams, Master of Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, and former Archbishop of Canterbury, delivered this year’s Gandhi Foundation’s Annual Lecture on 1st October in St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, London. In introducing the lecturer to the audience the Gandhi Foundation’s President, Lord Bhikhu Parekh, said Lord Williams was one of the finest thinkers and human […]

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GF Multifaith Celebration 2016 – The Sanctity of Life

On Saturday 30th January, The Gandhi Foundation held their annual multifaith celebration at Kingsley Hall in association with The Animal Interfaith Alliance.  Mark Hoda, Chair of The Gandhi Foundation and Rev Feargus O’Connor, Chair of The Animal Interfaith Alliance, introduced the event. Before introducing the speakers, Graham Davey of The Gandhi Foundation provided an outline […]

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GF Annual Peace Award 2015 – Bike for Peace

Committee Room 2 in the House of Lords was crowded on 4 November 2015 for the presentation of the Peace Award to Bike for Peace, a Norwegian-based movement using cycling to promote the idea of a nuclear-free world.  The Gandhi Foundation president, Bikkhu Parekh, welcomed everyone and there was a special welcome for Godric Bader, […]

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Gandhi Summer Gathering 2015

Welcome to the Gandhi Foundation Summer Gathering, and welcome into a world of interesting and thought-provoking ideas, delicious homemade food, craft workshops, contributions, sharing and communal opportunity !  I always look forward to this event, from the inclusive talks to shramdana; cleaning and cooking for the community.  I suppose shramdana is just chores, but it […]

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The Gandhi Foundation Annual Lecture 2019

Atonement in Politics; Perspectives from Mahatma Gandhi The lecture is to be delivered by Gopalkrishna, who is Gandhi’s grandson. Those wishing to attend are requested kindly to register via our Eventbrite webpage, via the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/atonement-in-politics-perspectives-from-mahatma-gandhi-tickets-57940800494?aff=ebdssbdestsearch 

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