Tag: EDI

At the Mindfulness Network, we recognise that the mindfulness world is not truly representative and diverse. Bridgette O’Neill, our Retreat Lead and part of the Bangor University Training Team, recently met with Pauline Gibbs, Founder of MindfulBowl London to discuss her Read more…

– written by Estrella Fernandez in Spanish and English. Please scroll down to read the English translation. ESPAÑOL “Comparte una breve historia sobre algún momento de tu vida en que te hayas sentido excluido o tratado de forma diferente a Read more…

– written by Rosalie Dores The Mindfulness Network (MN) annual gathering took place in March (2019) at the Gilwell Centre north of London. I wasn’t sure I would make it. General busyness, a major home relocation booked for 8th March, Read more…

– written by Sheila Roche I am really glad, reading the other contributions to this blog, that the Mindfulness Network is committed in such a personal way to developing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) policies. I am a cisgendered* lesbian Read more…

If Buddhism in the West becomes solely a means to pursue personal spiritual growth, I am apprehensive that it may evolve in a one-sided way and thus fulfil only half its potential. Attracting the affluent and the educated, it will Read more…

Although we are much more aware about equality, diversity and inclusion in the mindfulness field, we must also recognise the long distance that we need to travel to bring about true equality and justice in our field and society in Read more…

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