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What Would a Gandhian Society Look Like? – by George Paxton

Much of Gandhi’s constructive programme was based on village India where the majority of Indians lived (and I believe still do). However, in the West, and increasingly throughout the world, most people live in urban centres. This, along with changes in society brought about by rapid technological developments perhaps require some adaptation of Gandhi’s ideas. […]

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Schumacher and Trusteeship – by Godric Bader

Godric Bader is Patron of The Gandhi Foundation We need a nobler economics that is not afraid to discuss spirit and conscience, moral purpose and the meaning of life, an economics that aims to educate and elevate people. – E. F. Schumacher The words Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG) which Fritz Schumacher chose to describe his commitment to […]

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Introduction to 2007 Annual Report – by Godric Bader

Godric Bader is Patron of The Gandhi Foundation I respond with pleasure to a request for a few words to go in this report, for I do find the work – and indeed the very existence – of the Gandhi Foundation helps me mentally and spiritually in my whole basic working life to live out […]

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