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2007 Peace Award – Media Lens

The 2007 Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award was presented to Media Lens. Citation Media Lens (www.medialens.org) is an online, UK-based media watch project, set up in 2001, providing detailed and documented criticism of bias and omissions in the British media. David Edwards and David Cromwell are co-founders and co-editors of Media Lens. Media Lens is […]

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Nonviolence and Peace – by Manas Roy

This article was first published in issue 97 of The Gandhi Way Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi did not claim to be a prophet or even a philosopher. “There is no such thing as Gandhism,” he warned “and I do not want to leave any sect after me.” There was only one Gandhian, he said, an imperfect […]

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Gandhi, Gandhism and Terrorism – by Antony Copley

Helen Steven concluded her recent Gandhi Foundation Annual lecture by raising the question, how would Gandhi have dealt with today’s terrorism?(1) If she raised the question too late to formulate any kind of sustained answer, given the strong emphasis in her lecture on the need for dialogue, she suggested that Gandhi would certainly have wanted […]

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