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----- Original Message -----
From: Bija Vidyapeeth <‏bijavidyapeeth@vsnl.net‏>
To: <‏tovana@tovana.org.il‏>
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 9:25 AM
Subject: Buddhist Economics

The International College for Sustainable Living
Bija Vidyapeeth

Buddhist Economics
September 17 - 20, 2003
Faculty will include: SULAK SIVARAKSA AND VANDANA SHIVA *

Buddhist Economics can be understood in a strict sense. The book Buddhist
Economics of Ven. Payuttho is a very good example of the application of
Therevada teachings towards economic life. Seen from a broader perspective
E.F. Schumacher's Small is Beautiful has been the eye- opener for many
towards the notion that economics can be Buddhist. More recently H.H. the
Dalai Lama inspired business leaders to rethink their economic paradigms.
The broader understanding of "Buddhist Economics" includes interaction with
other worldviews like Hinduism (Mahatma Gandhi), Islam, Christianity and the
Tao. Also smaller, alternative spiritual streams like Quakers, Sufism,
Humanism and Anthroposophy are contributing to a common ~ cross-cultural ~
effort to feed 'holistic development' with a new vision on economics. This
new vision is based on the experiences of people's movements (like community
business and farmers movements) in the first place, but also addresses meso-
and macro-economic challenges.

The objective of the workshop on "Buddhist Economics" conducted by Sulak
Sivaraksa and Vandana Shiva - both recipients of the Right Livelihood
Award - is to bring business leaders, entrepreneurs and NGO workers from
India, the Tibetan community and Thailand together in an international
context (participants from other countries are also encouraged to register)
in order to reflect on opportunities for cooperation in the future. Can
"Buddhist Economics" contribute creatively to global transformation? What
does it mean for a community or enterprise to explore this direction? The
start of a permanent Research & Development network on "Buddhist Economics"
could result from the workshop.

Sulak Sivaraska is a leading exponent of engaged Buddhism and Thailand's
prominent social critic and activist. Sulak's work in the area's of
democracy, human rights and government accountability has inspired many all
over the world to engage with such concerns. By creating a string of social
welfare and development organizations rooted in different aspects of Thai
society, Sulak started the indigenous NGO movement in Thailand and
successfully mobilized its civil society. He received the Right Livelihood
Award in 1995 and the Gandhi Millennium Award in 2001. Running through all
the organizations inspired by "Ajarn Sulak" are two principal themes: a
rejection of Western consumerist models on development in favour of an
approach to development founded in and growing out of Thai (or, more
generally, indigenous) culture; and an emphasis on the spiritual and
religious dimensions of human life, rooted in his own deep Buddhist
sensibility, and the need for spirituality and religion to become 'socially
engaged'. Of the many books he has written Seeds of Peace and Global Healing
are the most widely known.

Dr. Vandana Shiva is the founder of Navdanya and director of the Research
Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, established to do research
in a participatory mode with people, not on them - and to do research with
an interdisciplinary approach - reflecting the interconnections in the web
of life. She is the recipient of the 1993 Right Livelihood Award - often
called the "Alternative Nobel Prize"; the award recognizes "vision and work
contributing to making life more whole, healing the planet and uplifting
humanity." Her books, The Violence of Green Revolution, Stolen Harvest and
Monocultures of the Mind have become basic challenges to the dominant
paradigm of non-sustainable agricultural practices.

About Bija Vidyapeeth

In a world dominated by greed and competition, speed and restlessness,
pollution and ecological destruction, war and violence, Bija Vidyapeeth
offers a unique opportunity to explore and practice the art and science of
sustainability. Bija Vidyapeeth offers a unique insight into the tenets of
sustainability and deep democracy through interactions with the foremost
intellectuals and sustainable communities of our times. Based on the
principles of sustainability and diversity, the campus is located on
Navdanya's organic farm in Doon Valley. Nestled in the foothills between the
Himalayas and Shivalik mountains, it offers an ambience that reinvigorates
our vital link with nature and promotes contemplation, enquiry and dynamic
action.

For more details, contact
Coordinator, Bija Vidyapeeth
A-60, Hauz Khas,
New Delhi, India
Tel: 91 11 26561868, 26562093
Fax: 91 11 26562093
bijavidyapeeth@vsnl.net
www.bijavidyapeeth.org

Schedules and resource faculty are subject to change due to unforeseen
circumstances

Bija Vidyapeeth
An Educational Project of Navdanya
A- 60, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, INDIA
Tel: 91 11 26561868, 26853772
Fax: 91 11 26856795, 26562093
Email: ‏bijavidyapeeth@vsnl.net
Website: ‏www.bijavidyapeeth.org‏, ‏www.vshiva.net
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