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Social entrepreneurs have the solutions to get the Sustainable Development Goals back on track

2020-09-29T14:13:47+01:00September 29, 2020|A.R.M, Entrepreneurship Projects|

Launched at the World Economic Forum in January 2020, Catalyst 2030 is a global community of social entrepreneurs, funders and other social change innovators that believe collective action and bold, new strategies are needed to achieve the Sustainable Development [...]

Interview with Jean-François de Lavison, founder of the Ahimsa Renaissance Movement

2020-07-10T14:25:45+01:00July 10, 2020|A.R.M|

It is a truth universally repeated that the COVID-19 crisis is in want of true leadership. It is everyone’s fault, but no-one’s fault. Everyone predicted it, yet no-one anticipated it. Jean-François de Lavison and Young Nepalese Monks [...]

Conversation with Setsuko Klossowska de Rola, UNESCO Artist for Peace

2020-07-10T14:37:12+01:00July 10, 2020|A.R.M|

When Setsuko Klossowska de Rola, UNESCO Artist for Peace and long-time supporter of Ahimsa, was asked to design a symbol for the A.R.M initiative—the Ahimsa Renaissance Movement—she turned to Kanji, the adopted Chinese characters used in the Japanese writing system. These characters [...]

The Mobile Health Alliance: quality health services are on the way

2020-07-10T08:57:56+01:00July 10, 2020|A.R.M, Field Projects|

with the contribution of Aurélie Cappuyns, Program Manager - Praesens Foundation We recognise that “if people cannot come to healthcare, then healthcare must be taken to the people!” The Mobile Health Alliance gathers organizations which all, in different ways, [...]

Beating coronavirus requires faith leaders to bridge gap between religion and science

2020-07-10T11:22:32+01:00July 01, 2020|A.R.M|

Some members of New York’s ultra-Orthodox Jewish community defied the government’s ban on gathering for Passover and other religious occasions, Brooklyn, April 16, 2020. ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images Katherine Marshall, Georgetown University While many religious communities have embraced [...]

Humanity in Crisis: How Ethics and Religion Shape Policy Responses to Refugees

2020-05-26T10:17:06+01:00May 26, 2020|Research Projects|

We are pleased to share the Video coverage of the event "Humanity in Crisis: How Ethics and Religion Shape Policy Responses to Refugees" held on May 19, 2020, by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs of [...]