by Charlotte Evans, Research Associate at Hotii Ts’eeda At the 2019 Ahimsa Forum, I had the opportunity to sit on a youth panel and discuss the future of global health with the recently retired Director-General of the United Nations [...]
by Ngawang Tenzin, Deputy Secretary at the Department of Health, Central Tibetan Administration The meaning of life for me has changed over the years. Growing up in a household stricken with poverty, as a little girl, I thought life [...]
As part of the Ahimsa Renaissance Movement, we offer to organize on a regular basis some motivating events to question the current situation and draw, together, positive responses. The proposed concept brings together experts from the world of [...]
In April 2020, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ahimsa Fund launched the “Ahimsa Renaissance Movement” initiative, or ARM, as a means by which to learn from the crisis. It was founded in the belief that [...]
As part of the Ahimsa Renaissance Movement, we offer to organize on a regular basis some motivating events to question the current situation and draw, together, positive responses. The proposed concept brings together an expert from the world [...]
The dedication of the Pastoral da Criança volunteers has helped to bring about a change in mentality in Brazil about childcare and the communities have discovered its transforming strength.
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 Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Early July, Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus declared that “the present-day situation is a perfect foil to start new practices and business for social good“. Find out here what the Appeal says.
One of the biggest mistakes we could make in the handling of this crisis—and in this regard, competition is tough—would be failing to learn the lessons that would help us confront the next one.
Setsuko Klossowska de Rola 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.