Posted: 06.10.2014
 
Ahimsa Center Bipin and Rekha Shah Conference on Nonviolence Care, Compassion, and Mindfulness November 7-9, 2014 Cal Poly Pomona, Bronco Student Center, Ursa Major Suite Conference Description Care, Compassion and Mindfulness ( CCM ) is the theme of the 6 th biannual conference on nonviolence hosted by Ahimsa Center at Cal Poly Pomona in suburban Los Angeles. Care is the concern we feel for the well-being of...
Posted: 11.10.2012
 
Ahimsa Center California State Polytechnic University, Pomona ● College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences September 18, 2012 Dear members of the Jain Communities in North America, Jai Jinendra! I wish to invite you to Ahimsa Center’s fifth biannual conference on nonviolence to be held at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona (in suburban Los Angeles). The 2012 conference is named after Prem and...
Posted: 26.08.2010
 
Ahimsa Center Sudha and Pravin Mody International Conference on Nonviolence Ahimsa and Sustainability Time & Location November 12-14 (Friday-Sunday), 2010 Cal Poly Pomona, BroncStudent Center, Ursa Major, Los Angeles area. Ahimsa Center at Cal Poly Pomona will address the theme of sustainability in its fourth international conference on nonviolence. The conference will feature wide-ranging scholarships and...
Posted: 10.03.2009
 
Ahimsa Center Application Deadline: March 16, 2009 Journeys of Nonviolence: Gandhi and King Ahimsa Center ’s 2009 Summer Institute for K-12 teachers - the third one in a series on Education about Nonviolence - will focus on Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869-1948) and Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-68), the pioneers of nonviolent action for social transformation. Both Gandhi and King were ordinary human beings who rose...
Posted: 07.08.2008
 
Rediscovering Gandhian Wisdom: Building a Peaceful Future Hamilton and Denise Brewart International Conference on Nonviolence Time & Location October 17-19 (Friday-Sunday), 2008 Cal Poly Pomona, Bronco Student Center, Ursa Major and Minor, Pomona, CA 91768, USA Conference Description To download conference flyer, click here The third international conference of the Ahimsa Center at California State Polytechnic...
Posted: 20.10.2007
 
Ahimsa Center California State Polytechnic University, Pomona College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences Lecture The Power of Love Saturday, October 27, 2007 Cal Poly Pomona Music Recital Hall Lecture 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. ? Reception 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Event is free. Pre-registration required by October 22 as space is limited . To register send email to ahimsacenter@csupomona.edu Dr. A. T. Ariyaratne is the founder...
Posted: 01.02.2006
By Dr. Tara Sethia
Greetings! Please plan to join us in the second biannual conference of the Ahimsa Center to be held on Cal Poly Pomona campus from April 28-30, 2006. The theme of this conference is Ahimsa and the Quality of Life. Ahimsa is nonviolence rooted in courage and compassion, fearlessness and forgiveness. It connotes reverence for all life, promotes trust and civility, and is the key to lasting peace and happiness...
Posted: 25.08.2005
 
Ahimsa Center As Gandhi said, “we must be the change we wish to see.” Catherine Ingram's talk will focus on the inherent qualities in each of us that best promote nonviolence in our communities and in our world. It is her premise that each of us is endowed with qualities of awakened intelligence -Tenderness, Discernment, Embodiment, Genuineness, Delight, Wonder, and Silence - and that we begin to live more...
Posted: 20.10.2004
 
Sunday, November 21 A Gita and Tulsi Savani Public Lecture by Professor Johan Galtung , an expert on Gandhi and conflict resolution with mediation experience around the world, will apply Gandhi's focus on empathy with the parties in conflict and creativity in solutions to explore nonviolent ways of addressing major contemporary conflicts. California State Polytechnic University Pamona Music Recital Hall...
Posted: 25.04.2004
By Teresa Watanabe
Tara Sethia, Ph.D., a professor and pacifist, sees a dream fulfilled as Cal Poly Pomona [California State Polytechnic University] approves her proposed Ahimsa Center, devoted to advancing peace.

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