Rainbodhi is a spiritual friendship group for LGBTQIA+ Buddhists in Australia and advocates for more inclusion and diversity in the broader Buddhist community.
They have just published a brand new resource on LGBTQIA+ inclusivity for Buddhists and Buddhist organisations: ‘Welcoming the Rainbow - A guide to LGBTQIA+ inclusivity for Buddhists’ to help Buddhists and Buddhist organisations to create safe and inclusive spaces.
A free webinar for trustees, Safeguarding officers, teachers, leaders and volunteers in Buddhist charities – and any Order member, Mitra or Friend who wants to know more about duties of Triratna charities in relation to Safeguarding adults and children from harm.
As Triratna’s Liaison Officer I’m a longtime committee member of the Network of Buddhist Organisations UK (NBO). In that capacity (and as the ECA Safeguarding officer) I’ve asked speakers from the Charity Commission to explain...
Buddhists Across Traditions is a UKBIPOC/BAME-centred initiative. They’re offering an online meeting to mark the start of the COP26 climate change talks in Glasgow, which falls on the last day of the UK’s Black History Month.
Sunday 31st October
17.30-19.00 UK time/19:30:-21:00 SA/13:30-15:00 EDT/ 12:30-14:00 CDT/10:30-12:00 PDT
During the pandemic the UK’s much-loved National Health Service (NHS) has been developing online resources to support mental wellbeing in London, with the help of the major religions present in London.
The project ’Good thinking: digital wellbeing for London’ offers a wide range of free online help including problems with sleep, low mood, stress; also for parents, young people, employers and employees.
Triratna is a longstanding member of the European Buddhist Union (EBU) and as Triratna’s Liaison officer I have attended its annual meetings since 2012. Held on the last weekend of September every year, they’re hosted by one or other of the member organisations, often in retreat centres. 2018 saw them at Adhisthana.
This year we met at Istituto Lama Tsong Khapa in Tuscany, Italy, a centre run by the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana (FPMT), with...
On the Thursday Munisha (Triratna Liaison officer and ECA Safeguarding officer) will be giving a presentation on ‘Preventing harm in Buddhist communities and addressing it when it happens’, with a panel comprising Jan Chozen Bays, Lama Willa Miller and Scott Edelstein, author of Sex and the Spiritual Teacher: Why it Happens, When it’s a Problem and What We Can All Do.