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 Dharma Access Project  New window
 Brailled Buddhist prayers are provide for free upon request - bound Brailled copies of The Four Immeasurables and the Prayer of Shantideva to any Dharma center or member who would like one for a family member or friend who is blind.
 Engaged Buddhism  New window
 Comments on engaged Buddhism and practicing in everyday life.
 Engaged Buddhism Resources  New window
 Links to pages on Engaged Buddhism related topics including environmentally aware Buddhism, Gay and Lesbian, hospice projects, prison projects, development, women's groups.
 Engaged Buddhist - Dharma  New window
 Page encouraging engagement in human rights and other social issues.
 Joanna Macy Engaged Buddhism  New window
 Teachings from an eco-philosopher and student of Buddhism on engaged Buddhism.
 Naropa University - Engaged Buddhism MA  New window
 Graduate program in Engaged Buddhism addresses the practical application of spirituality to the reality of suffering that exists in our world today.
 Socially-Engaged Buddhism  New window
 Class project of a Buddhism and Social Action class at Naropa University Online. Some sections are not completed.
 Strong Lessons for Engaged Buddhists  New window
 Critique of socially engaged Buddhism from a situationist perspective.
 Zen Environmental Studies Center  New window
 Formed in 1992 to coordinate Zen Mountain Monastery's activities in the areas of environmental education, recreation, research, and protection. Ongoing educational activities include the Monastery's Born as the Earth program, which features on-site retreats on topics such as Tracking, Nature Writing, Canoeing and Camping, Rock Climbing, Birds, and Deep Ecology, and Environmental Activism, the moral and ethical basis of Buddhist ecology.

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