Religions for Peace is pleased to announce the launch of our new blogspace, “Mindful Peace” – a platform dedicated to promoting interfaith understanding, reflection and cooperation for peace. This blog aims to provide a safe and welcoming space for people of all faith and Indigenous traditions to come together and share perspectives on issues related to Religions for Peace’s Six Strategic Goals.
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Feminine Wisdom, Sustainable Peace, and Unsung Agency: Contemporary Tibetan Bhikkhunī Saṇgha in Exile as Faith-Based Healers of Conflict Trauma
Mr. Sourajit Ghosh, Ph.D. Scholar, explores the growing need for gender-inclusive policies and initiatives in spiritual and cultural spaces. With experience in field work studying the spiritual and social life of Tibetan nuns and Japanese nuns, he understands a world of conflict, trauma, displacement, and an unknown struggle for identity. Women, and women of faith, experience culture, religion, and participation and faith-based spaces differently than their male counterparts.