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    Empathy and Compassion in Society presents:

    • The latest research on how compassion enhances our professional life
    • Universal tools for cultivating empathy and compassion
    • Case studies where these methods have been shown to be effective
    • Empathy and Compassion in Society aims to present universal and well researched methods for cultivating empathy and compassion, show how these methods can enhance one’s personal and professional life, and share concrete examples of organisations and public institutions where these methods have been shown to be effective.

    Internationally renowned neuroscientists, psychologists and thinkers share their insights and present methods for developing compassion.

    Innovators are also invited to submit case studies demonstrating how compassion has been a force for change in their area of work.

    The conference is for professionals from all sectors, including those working in business, government, law, education, medicine, healthcare, and social services.

    It is preceded by a youth gathering for high school students.

    Post-conference workshops offer participants a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding and learn techniques and methods to cultivate compassion.

    Empathy and Compassion in Society is a non-profit event organised by a partnership of charities.

    For more information please visit the Compassion in Society conference website

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      A stirring call to move beyond religion for the guidance to improve human life on individual, community, and global levels—including a guided meditation practice for cultivating key human values

      The real-world application of the principles Geshe Thupten Jinpa describes is found in the Tenzin Gyatso Scholars Programme. Launched to serve the vision of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and guided by leaders from Tibetan Buddhism and western scholars, three Tenzin Gyatso Scholars just completed another year of coursework at Hampshire College in Massachusetts, in the U.S.

      Translator to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and an eminent Tibetan Buddhist scholar and thinker, Geshe Thupten Jinpa has been at the forefront of the encounter between Buddhism and the contemporary world. In this interview, he talks to Patrick Gaffney about the significance of the Tenzin Gyatso Scholars Program, which brings Tibetan monks and nuns to study at universities in the United States.

      In April 2013, staff and students at Hampshire College in the United States held a special reception to bid farewell to an alumnus who had been an unmistakable presence on campus for the past three years. With his red robes, Lama Trinley Chewang certainly stood out from the other students, particularly when accompanied by his fellow Tibetans Nuptul Tenpei Nyima Rinpoche and Khenpo Kunga.

      The three monks are pioneering members of an initiative by the Tenzin Gyatso Institute, which was founded by Sogyal Rinpoche to advance

      Empathy and Compassion in Society presents:

      • The latest research on how compassion enhances our professional life
      • Universal tools for cultivating empathy and compassion
      • Case studies where these methods have been shown to be effective

        Empathy and Compassion in Society aims to present universal and well researched methods for cultivating empathy and compassion, show how these methods can enhance one’s personal and professional life, and share concrete examples of organisations and public institutions where these methods have been shown to be effective.

        Internationally renowned neuroscientists, psychologists and thinkers share their insights and present methods for developing compassion. Innovators are also invited to submit case studies demonstrating how compassion has been a force for change in their area of work.

        The conference is for professionals from all sectors, including those working in business, government, law, education, medicine, healthcare, and social services. It is preceded by a youth gathering for high school students.

        Post-conference workshops offer participants a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding and learn techniques and methods to cultivate compassion. Empathy and Compassion in Society is a non-profit event organised by a partnership of charities. For more information please visit the Compassion in Society conference website http://compassioninsociety.org/