6th World Buddhist Summit Japan 8-14 Dec 2014
Tuesday, 02 December 2014 11:54
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The Federation of Australian Buddhist Councils was represented in a delegation led by Ajahn Brahmavamso Thero for this majestic international event which was  held at the Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism in Hyogo. Mr Kim Hollow (president) and Dr Jake Mitra (Secretary) were part of the delegation of the five member delegation which included Ven Chi Kwang and Ven Tenpa.

Congratulatory messages for this event were received by royalty and governments around the world. From Australia we were pleased to receive messages from the Australian Governor-General, the Australian Prime Minister H.E. Tony Abbott, the Premiers of Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and others.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:10
FABC Mission Statement
Monday, 24 November 2014 00:00
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FABC Mission Statement

To provide national representation of the Buddhist community to the Australian Government, media, inter-faith groups, and the public, in accordance with the Buddha's teachings
To support the Australian Buddhist community through state and territory Buddhist Councils
To promote the understanding and practice of the Buddha's teachings in Australia
To represent the Australian Buddhist community in working constructively with overseas Buddhist groups


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Buddhist Statement on Climate Change during this G20 week
Wednesday, 12 November 2014 10:39
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Whenever world leaders gather, such as is happening now for the G20 conference in Brisbane; there is a potential for great good and benefit for the world and all its inhabitants. Even as economic matters are discussed there is the opportunity to take united action against climate change and environmental damage. This being the case we are pleased to release our statement on Climate Change today in this way:

"Buddhist practice teaches that one individual's existence is intimately connected with the lives of all other life-forms.  This extends to the fish in the deep blue sea, animals, birds, insects and all of the plants. We note that the Buddha was born in a forest, attained full awakening in one and passed away in the forest. The Buddhist teachings and life stories instil in Buddhists the wholesome intention to treat nature as our friend and teacher, so all creatures on our planet can live in harmony.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 16:52
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