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Đề cử ngày 24-11-2013

1) GS.TS. Lê Mạnh Thát – Việt Nam (Phó chủ tịch Hiệp hội các trường Đại học Phật giáo thế giới - IABU, Nguyên Chủ tịch Ủy ban Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ 2008, Cố vấn Đại lễ Vesak LHQ 2014): Trưởng Ban
2) HT.TS. T. Dhammaratana - Pháp (Phó chủ tịch Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ - ICDV): Đồng Trưởng Ban
3) TT.GS.TS. Phra Sigambhirayarn – Thái Lan (Tổng Thư ký Ủy ban Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ): Thành viên
4) HT. Chao Chu – Hoa Kỳ (Thành viên thường trực Ủy ban Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ): Thành viên
5) TT.TS. Khammai Dhammasami – Anh quốc (Tổng thư ký Hiệp hội các trường Đại học Phật giáo thế giới, thành viên thường trực Ủy ban Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ): Thành viên
6) TT.TS. Thích Nhật Từ – Việt Nam (Phó Tổng Thư ký Ủy ban Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ 2014; Nguyên Tổng Thư ký Ủy ban Tổ chức quốc tế Đại lễ Vesak LHQ 2008, Phó viện trưởng Học viện Phật giáo Việt Nam tại TP.HCM): Điều phối hội thảo.

Diễn đàn 1: Hồi ứng của Phật giáo về phát triển bền vững và thay đổi xã hội

WORKSHOP 1: Buddhist Response to Sustainable Development and Social Change

  1. Road Blocks in Sustainable Development and Social Change: A Buddhist Critique of Modern Capitalism and Globalization by Prof. K.T.S. Sarao
  2. Ethics, Kamma, and Sustainable Development by Eric S. Nelson and UMass Lowell
  3. Buddhist Response to Sustainable Development: Theory & Practice by Dr. Mukesh Kumar Verma
  4. The Middle Way for Sustainable Development amidst Social Changes by Assoc. Prof. Dipti Mahanta
  5. Sustainable Development for Future Generation in Context with Buddhonomics by Chandan Kumar
  6. Buddhist Response to Sustainable Development and Social Change by Ms Kaushalya Karunasagara
  7. Buddhist Approach to Sustainability and Achieving Millennium Development Goals by Gábor Kovács
  8. brahmajāla sutta :reading social sustainable development by Dr. Siyaram Mishra Haldhar
  9. In Eradicating Poverty and Hunger: Moral Framework (Dhamma) for Family Economics by Prof.Dr. G.A. Somaratne
  10. Social Cohesion and the Ariyaparyesanā Sutta by Dr Jeff Wilson
  11. Virtue Training: Buddhist Response to Sustainable Development and Social Change Natpiya Saradum
  12. Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Multicultural Societies: Buddhist Response and Recommendation of a Buddhist Model of Global Citizenship by Dr. Sushma Trivedi
  13. Marx and Buddha: a Buddhist-Communist Manifesto by Jeff Waistell
  14. Engaging with Caste and Class in Modern India: Some Questions for Buddhists by Maya Joshi
  15. Buddhism, Welfarism and Social Development in Sri Lanka by Dr. L.D. Sarath Vitharana
  16. Being Buddhist in the XXI Century Society: A Sociologycal Analysis of Buddhist People Social Values and Attitudes by Dr. José A. Rodríguez Díaz
  17. Impact of Forcible Religious Conversion on Interreligious Harmony: Lessons Learned from Sri Lanka by Ven. Dr. Pinnawala Sangasumana
  18. Young Buddhist Monastic Members and the Modern Society by Ven.Shi Yuande
  19. Buddhist Perspective on Prevention of Gender Based Violence by Dr. E.A.D. Anusha Edirisinghe
  20. Buddhist Ideas Regarding the Status of Women by Ms. Kumudini Ranathunga
  21. Gender Inequality in Family Makes Weak Society: Problems and Challenges against Millennium Goals and Seek Solutions through Buddhist Teaching by Prof. Yasanjali Devika Jayatilleke
  22. Buddhist Perspective towards Establishing Gender Equality in Modern South Asian Societies by Ms. Ramesha Jayaneththi
  23. A Silent Protest Against Gender Inequality: A Case of Karen Armstrong’s Buddha by Harkiman Racheman & Faridah Noor Mohd Noor
  24. Theravada Buddhism and MDG 3: Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women in Theravada Buddhism by Ajahn Brahm
  25. The Karuna Trust – Perspectives on Education and Women’s Empowerment by Dharmacharini Vajrapushpa

Diễn đàn 2. Hồi ứng của Phật giáo đối với hâm nóng toàn cầu và bảo vệ môi trường

WORKSHOP 2: Buddhist Response to Global Warming and Environmental Protection

  1. Buddhist Response to Global Warming & Environmental Protection: Ideology, Methodology & Dissemination by Dr. Anand Singh
  2. Buddhism, Climate Change and New Approaches to Energy for Sustainable Societies by Dr. Peter Daniels
  3. MDG 7: How Buddhists can prevent a head-on collision with limits by Prof. Colin D Butler
  4. The concept of dependent arising in reducing the likelihood and effects of climate-related conflict by Devin Bowles
  5. A Buddhist Response to Climate Change by Aramati Heine
  6. Buddhist Religious Ecological Concepts by Samantha Ilangakoon
  7. Buddhist Perspective on Consumer Ethics And Sustainable Development by Deepmala
  8. Moral Rectitude towards Green Environment by Phyu Mar Lwin
  9. Compatibilty of Buddhist Principles and Ecology by Dr. Indu Girish
  10. Beyond coal campaign: a NGO/grassroots movement to stop global warming by Khanh T. Tran
  11. The Mdgs And Light Manufacturing: A Strategy For Economic Development In Low-Income Countries by Hinh T. Dinh, Van Can Thai and Khanh T. Tran
  12. Eating Animals: Implications from an Environmental and Buddhist point of view by Dhammacarini Amoghamati Traud-Dubois
  13. Local Gods, Karma, & Morality: Religious Understanding of the Environment in Ladakh by Dr. Gurmet Dorjey
  14. Digitizing a Vietnamese Buddhist Temple: The Vietnamese Nôm Preservation Foundation's Thắng Nghiêm Temple Project by Neil Schmid
  15. Buddha’s Way to protect Environment and to the Minimization of Global Warming by Prof. Dr. Bikiran Prasad Barua

Diễn đàn 3. Đóng góp của Phật giáo về lối sống lành mạnh


  1. Buddhist Contribution for a Healthy Society towards the Millennium Development Goals by Prof. Kapila Abhayawansa
  2. Buddhist Contribution to Healthy Living by Dr. Satyendra Kumar Pandey & Ms. Simerjit Kaur
  3. Buddhist Perspective on the Importance of Healthy Thinking towards Healthy Living by Ven. Dr. Panahaduwe Yasassi Thero
  4. Buddhist Economic Thoughts For Healthy Living by Prof. H. S. Shukla
  5. Buddhist contribution to Healthy Living by Jeewanthi Rathnayake
  6. An Explication of Healthy Living in Buddhist Perspective by R.M. Rathnasiri
  7. How to Reduce Your Mental Agony to obtain a Healthy Life: A Buddhist Perspective by Ven. Rideegama Wanarathana
  8. Buddhadharma as Psychotherapy by RJ Chisholm
  9. Dharma for a Healthy World by Jeff Harrison
  10. Karma Assessment for Healthy Living: A Buddhist Contribution by Dr. G.T. Maurits Kwee
  11. Buddhist Perspective on Consumer Ethics and Sustainable Development by Deepmala
  12. Towards Non-Violence through Healthy Mind by Dr. Thiri Nyunt
  13. Buddhism and teenager education toward healthy living By Le Khac Chieu
  14. Quantification of Happiness using the Science of Metabolomic Profiling by Ching Y. Lo
  15. Scientific Findings on the Health Benefits of Meditation by Ven. Kirama Wimalatissa
  16. Meditation & Healthy Living By Hồng Quang
  17. The Worldwide Mindfulness Meditation Practice by Hozan Roshi
  18. Mindfullness meditation can heal illnesses By Hồng Quang
  19. Streams to Healthy Living Yoga: Freeing the Source of the Ancient Bauddha By Sritantra
  20. Achieving Mental Healthy in China with Vipassanā Cultivation by Fa Qing
  21. Peaceful mind and peaceful life By Bkhikkhuni Dr. Hue Lien
  22. Tranquillity – incomparable way by Bhikhuni Thich Tinh Van
  23. Buddhist Approach to Healing and Wellness: A Vietnamese American Case Study for United Nations Millennium Development Goals by Kim Nguyen and Jonathan H. X. Lee
  24. Health, Gender Justice and Action Dharma in Nepal: A field study and Buddhist narrative perspective by Kurunamati
  25. Buddhism: Prevention of HIV/AIDS and Other Diseases by Ven Seck Kwang Phing

Diễn đàn 4: Xây dựng hòa bình và sự bình phục hậu-mâu thuẫn

WORKSHOP 4: Peace-building and Post-Conflict Recovery

  1. The Role of Deterrence in Buddhist Peace-building by Dr. Damien Keown
  2. Holistic Peace as an Integral part of Peacebuilding Process and Post-conflict Recovery by Prof. Siddharth Singh
  3. Peacebuilding and Post-Conflict Recovery: Devising a Methodological Framework for Analysing the Potential of Buddhist Peacebuilding by Mark Owen
  4. Buddhist Concept of Peace in Theory and Practice by Dr. Rajitha P. Kumara
  5. Peace through Peaceful Means: A Buddhist Perspective on Restorative Justice by Carina Pichler
  6. World Peace and Conflict Resolution: A Solution from Buddhist Point of View by Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh
  7. Reconciliation and Postbellum Restoration – The Buddhist Perspective by John M. Scorsine
  8. A Practical Way of Buddhist Peace-building for the World Peace: An Applying the Zen Teaching of Bodhidharma to Everyone’s Life for Peace by Ven. Jinwol
  9. A Buddhist Perspective on Seeking Solution to a Difficult Situation by Dr. Jenny Ko Gyi
  10. Communal Harmony and Buddhism: Perspective Bangladesh by Kazal Barua
  11. How Liking and Disliking Creates Conflict: A Study Based on the Kalahavivāda Sutta and the Abhidhammic Analysis of Mind Process by Kustiani
  12. Building up of Peace and Harmony through Buddhism: Pragmatic Values of the Ovāda Pātimokkha by Dr.Tin Tin Lay
  13. Terrorism as a Universal Evil Rather than a Product of Religion by Jacob W. Buganga
  14. 'Hitacchanda' as a Possible Drive to Alter Negative Attitudes towards Others by Dr. Raluwe Padmasiri
  15. The Way to World Peace via an Integrated Kantian and Buddhist Perspective by Dr. Kim Them Do
  16. Family: Its Role in Achieving Global Peace by Jnan Nanda
  17. The Role of Education in Enhancing the Sri Lankan Government’s Peace-Building and Reconciliation Strategies by ven. Dr. Mahinda Deegalle
  18. The Role of Women in Peacebuilding with reference to Manipur state of India by Dr. Vandana Singh
  19. Peacebuilding and Post-Conflict Recovery in Nepal: A Buddhist Case Study by Anna King
  20. Majjhimāpatipadā: The Buddhist Perspective on Political Conflict Solution in Thailand by Dr. Somboon Watana
  21. Developing Ancient Buddhist Sites as Tourist Circuits to Minimise Conflict in SAARC Region by Dr. Raj Pal Singh and Sidhartha Gauri

Diễn đàn 5: Giáo dục Phật giáo và chương trình cấp đại học

WORKSHOP 5: Buddhist Education and University Level Curriculum

  1. Integrating “Mindfulness Practice’’ to University Level Curriculum: Promoting tolerance and empathy in a multi-cultural and multi faith setting by Prof. Padmasiri de Silva
  2. How to use the Buddhist education concepts in making a university level curriculum by Ven. Polgaswatte Paramananda
  3. Viable Buddhist Contribution to Universal Learning for Global Development by Hudaya Kandahjaya
  4. Buddhist Education and University Level Curriculum by Rev. Dilbhadra Maharjan
  5. Opportunities and Challenges for Buddhist Education and Pedagogy in Europe and India by Dr. Chintala Venkata Sivasai
  6. Optimizing Intellectual Achievements by Introducing Buddhist Education by Saw Yee Mon
  7. Buddhist organizational contribution to the achievement of UN millennium development goal of universal primary education; a study on the child development programs conducted by the All Ceylon Buddhist Congress in Sri Lanka by Dr. Praneeth Abayasundera
  8. Mindfulness for secular purposes: distortion or adaptation of the Buddha’s teachings by Dr. J. Abraham Vélez de Cea
  9. A Curriculum on Buddhist Psychology and Therapy/Coaching by Dr. G.T. Maurits Kwee
  10. Education and Buddhist Education by Ven.Dr. Thich Vien Tri
  11. A study of the role of Buddhist Dhamma school education in dealing with the issues of achieving millennium development goals in Sri Lanka by Dr. W.M.Dhanapala
  12. An Engaged and Engaging Postgraduate Education: Turning Vision into Reality in Nan Tien Institute by Juewei SHI
  13. The Dhamma of Hope: Kertarajasa Buddhist College’s Experience in Educating the “Unequal” by Latifah, A.Budiyanto and Metta Pupita
  14. Evaluation on Buddhist Education and Curriculum of International Theravāda Buddhist Missionary University in Myanmar by Cho Cho Aung
  15. Teaching and Learning the Dhamma through Architectural Designs in the Buddhist Monasteries of Sri Lanka as Focused in the Undergraduate Curriculum by Dr. Leena Seneheweera
  16. Buddhist Ideology towards Children with Disabilities in Thailand: Through the Lens of Inclusive School Principals by Sermsap Vorapanya and Diane Dunlap
  17. How to Transcend Duality by Tammy Cheng
  18. Impact of Buddhist monastery-based education in the removal of poverty: A comparative study of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh by Rev.Tapan Barua
  19. Mahāvihāra as a Centre of Higher Buddhist Education and Moral Ethics by Prof. Bimalendra Kumar
  20. Social Welfare Dimension of Won Buddhism in Modern Korea by Santosh K. Gupta

ECAI Workshop
The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism

May 7th, 2014
UNDV 2014 Conference
BaiDinh Temple, Hanoi

Presiding: Professor Lewis Lancaster,
University of California, Berkeley, University of Hong Kong, University of the West.
Atlas Archaeology & Presentation I
9:00 – 9:45 Dr. DuraiswamyDayalan, Archaeological Survey of India
9:45 – 10:30 Dr. Damian Evans, University of Sydney, Australia
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
Atlas Archaeology & Presentation II
11:15 – 12:00 Professor,SarahKenderdine, University of New South Wales, Australia
12:00 – 13:30 Lunch
1:30 –15:00 Maritime Atlas Themes
Professor HaroldThwaites, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Professor,GuangXin, University of Hong Kong
VenJinwol, Dongguk University, South Korea
David Blundell, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 – 17:00 Atlas Text Session
Dr Susan Whitfield, British Library, London
Professor.MirojShakya, University of the West, California
Professor,Wayne de Fremery, Sogang University, Korea
17:00 – 18:00 Atlas Technology
Dr. Alex Yahja, I-CHASS, University of Illinois, USA
JeanetteZerneke, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Howie Lan, University of California, Berkeley, USA


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