by Ramsey Margolis
Producing educational resources for secular dharma practitioners and our communities, the intention of The Tuwhiri Project is to help people find meaning in a difficult world.
The Tuwhiri Project is publishing two new books:
Refit: selected writings on secular Buddhism by Winton Higgins
The arrival of Buddhism in the west enables us to retrieve the vitality of the early dharma free of later religious accretions. Such is the mission of secular Buddhism, one that coincides with a global existential crisis – the climate emergency – that can only be resolved by radical socioeconomic and political change. The ethic of care that underpins dharma practice impels us to bring our training to bear on this urgent task.
– due out mid-December 2020
I love you: public policy for intergenerational wellbeing by Girol Karacaoglu
Public policy in New Zealand has failed to deliver better lives for all. How might we design, govern, implement, and evaluate public policy if it were based on our love for future generations?
– due out mid-January 2021
Both of these books will be launched online, which will enable interested people from around the world to take part. Sign up for the Tuwhiri newsletter if you’d like to know when the books are published: https://tuwhiri.substack.com