The Centre for Applied Buddhism, together with the Network of Buddhist Organisations and the Network of Engaged Buddhists present a conference
Taplow Court Berkshire 16 – 18 August 2013
We usually think of conflict as negative and painful. How would it be if we were to see conflict as transformative? Buddhism suggests that out of difficulties and conflicts can develop wholesome outcomes.
At times we can be embroiled in conflict within ourselves and with those around us. Can these conflicts be creative? In what ways, on a daily basis, do we transform problematic situations? Is conflict good or bad?
Each speaker at this conference will approach these and other questions from their own perspective, whilst drawing on Buddhist ideas and concepts. There will be opportunities to join workshops, watch performances and other creative ways to explore transforming conflict.
Speakers will include:
Dr Michele Lamb – Roehampton University, Human Rights Dr Mark Owen – The Centre of Religions for Reconciliation and Peace Marina Cantacuzino – The Forgiveness project Akuppa – Prison Chaplaincy Caroline Brazier – Tariki Trust Jamie Cresswell – Centre for Applied Buddhism Ken Jones – Network of Engaged Buddhists Munisha – Clear Vision Trust Padmadaka – Karuna Trust Edward Canfor-Dumas – Engi Roy Leighton – The Coral Collective
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