USIP Hosts His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa of Tibet





On April 16th, 2015, USIP hosted His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa of Tibet. At a roundtable discussion with USIP staff and invited guests from the religious peacebuilding community, he spoke about efforts to redress gender inequality within Tibetan Buddhism, the relationship between peace-building and the recognition of interdependence, and the causes that lead people to join violent movements.



USIP President Nancy Lindborg greets His Holiness the Karmpa.Photo by USIP

Susan Hayward, Interim Director, Religion and Peacebuilding, Center for Governance, Law and Society, greets HH the Karmapa. Photo by USIP


Group photo with HH the Karmapa. Photo by USIP

l-r Susan Hayward, Interim Director, Religion and Peacebuilding, Center for Governance, Law and Society; Nancy Lindborg, USIP President; and HH the Karmapa. Photo by USIP


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