At a summer camp in France, 40 scouts from Buddhist and Muslim groups came together to increase understanding and combat prejudice.
Buddhist leaders in New York City are warning the public to be cautions of panhandlers posing as Buddhist monks.
The 21st United Nations conference on climate change starts on Monday, and Buddhists around the world are busy working to raise awareness.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s political party, the National League For Democracy (NLD), has reportedly swept the polls in the Burmese election.
The Dharma Rain Zen Center in Portland is in the home stretch of their “Planting Zen” campaign to transform a brownfield site into the center’s new home.
The Rangjung Prison Dharma Project offers meditation instruction to inmates and corrections officers at Rikers Island, New York City’s main prison.
East Bay Meditation Center is holding a fundraiser in Oakland on October 23 2015 called Power to the Planet.
An increasing number of scientific researchers are referencing and drawing on Buddhism in their studies, especially in the field of neuroscience.
In Thailand, Buddhist nuns and bhikkhunis, fully ordained female monastics, are emerging as a force for reform and challenging conservative views.
To commemorate the paranirvana of the 16th Karmapa, Karmapa Center 16 is fundraising to purchase land in Illinois for a stupa and retreat center.