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  • SRE Contact | Buddhist Connection
    Presenters Workshops of Interest Core and Elective Training Units Terms and Conditions Eco Living Introduction BCNSW Members Eco living Activities Resources Education Overview of Buddhist Scripture SRE in Schools Becoming a Buddhist Scripture SRE teacher Information for Schools Offering Buddhist SRE Ongoing Support for Buddhist Scripture SRE Teachers Other Education Projects SRE Contact Form Humanitarian Care Assisting the Disadvantaged in Society Animal Protection Humanitarian Disaster Relief Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Education SRE Contact Form SRE Contact If you wish to contact the SRE team please email education at buddhistcouncil org ABOUT US History Our Vision Achievements Strategic Direction Governance Community Representation Our Team Golden Rules NEW TO BUDDHISM Brief History of Buddhism Buddhist Teachings Everyday Buddhism Buddhist Meditation Buddhism In Australia Buddhist Protocol Further Investigating Buddhism Ask a question about

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  • Humanitarian Care | Buddhist Connection
    in Society Animal Protection Humanitarian Disaster Relief Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Humanitarian Care 22 April 2011 10 43pm admin1 Humanitarian Care The Humanitarian Care Project is a catalyst for any activity which helps to relieve suffering This project is a catalyst because the intention is to increase and accelerate any humanitarian activity already in the community to encourage new humanitarian activity The Humanitarian Care Project will do this by maintaining a list of contacts and organisations interested in Buddhist humanitarian activity showcasing and publicising any existing humanitarian activity building a database of relevant information and resources relevant to Buddhist humanitarian activity organising events and workshops promoting Buddhist humanitarian activity If you would like to participate or just find out more about it please email office buddhistcouncil org There are three

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  • Assisting the Disadvantaged in Society | Buddhist Connection
    Society Animal Protection Humanitarian Disaster Relief Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Humanitarian Care Assisting the Disadvantaged in Society 23 April 2011 4 06pm admin1 Assisting the Disadvantaged in Society In the Lion s Roar Discourse the Buddha taught about the importance of everyone in society having the basic requisites of life This particular discourse explained that there is a causal relationship between poverty in a society and the break down of that society The Buddha showed in this discourse that if the leaders of a society allow poverty to increase that crime is more likely This then leads to more serious crime violence immorality and other social problems The Humanitarian Care Project will therefore be a catalyst to encourage activity which seeks to make the basic requisites of life available more

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  • Animal Protection | Buddhist Connection
    Disadvantaged in Society Animal Protection Humanitarian Disaster Relief Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Humanitarian Care Animal Protection 23 April 2011 4 08pm admin1 Animal Protection The first precept is to abstain from taking life or harming other beings As animals are beings and can feel pain we should do what we can to avoid harming animals Buddhists have even more reason to protect animals from suffering since the teaching of rebirth explains that animals may also achieve enlightenment in a future rebirth To treat animals as commodities or objects is to deny their suffering Animal Protection is an activity which recognises the deep connection between humanity and the animal kingdom Animal Protection will bring attention to animal cruelty and promote a kinder and more compassionate approach to all animals Responsible Fish Releasing Releasing animals from imminent danger of death and from suffering has been considered by Buddhists among the most compassionate and meritorious actions one can do Sponsoring and releasing native fish into waterways in government authorised and eco sustainable ways benefits not only the released fish but the whole aquatic wildlife community and people as well NSW Department of Primary Industries has produced information on eco sustainable fish releasing into Australian waterways To learn more about this practice please see the DOPI webpage or download their flyer Requirements for Releasing Fish into NSW Waterways Animals Australia www animalsaustralia org Shabkar

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  • Humanitarian Disaster Relief | Buddhist Connection
    SRE Teachers Other Education Projects SRE Contact Form Humanitarian Care Assisting the Disadvantaged in Society Animal Protection Humanitarian Disaster Relief Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Humanitarian Care Humanitarian Disaster Relief 23 April 2011 4 15pm admin1 Humanitarian Disaster Relief We live in a turbulent age in human history when the number of humanitarian disasters seems to be increasing Disasters cause suffering and destroy the fabric of society The Humanitarian Care Project will be a catalyst for interested individuals and organisations to prepare for future humanitarian disasters in a more coordinated way The focus will be on adding to the resources of existing responses rather than creating something new and separate A good example of Buddhist humanitarian response is Tzu Chi Foundation which provides food clothing material necessities medical care and spiritual

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  • Spiritual Care | Buddhist Connection
    living Activities Resources Education Overview of Buddhist Scripture SRE in Schools Becoming a Buddhist Scripture SRE teacher Information for Schools Offering Buddhist SRE Ongoing Support for Buddhist Scripture SRE Teachers Other Education Projects SRE Contact Form Humanitarian Care Assisting the Disadvantaged in Society Animal Protection Humanitarian Disaster Relief Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Spiritual Care 22 April 2011 10 46pm admin1 Spiritual Care The Spiritual Care Program tries to assist the aged the sick the terminally ill and those in the corrective services system Chaplaincy Program Overview Hospital Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Becoming a Chaplain Training for Chaplains Ongoing support for Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects ABOUT US History Our Vision Achievements Strategic Direction Governance Community Representation Our Team Golden Rules NEW TO BUDDHISM Brief History of Buddhism Buddhist

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  • Chaplaincy Program Overview | Buddhist Connection
    Chaplaincy Information for Hospitals Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Spiritual Care Chaplaincy Program Overview 23 April 2011 4 21pm admin1 Chaplaincy Program Overview Chaplaincy is a form of serving others to relieve suffering Our chaplains volunteer to go into hospitals and prisons on a periodic basis e g half a day per week and each chaplain does this as a form of his or her own Buddhist practice a form of Dharma in Action Buddhist chaplains offer emotional and spiritual support loving kindness and compassion Buddhist chaplains bring a caring presence and willingness to listen especially during times of difficulty We have ordained monastic chaplains monks and nuns as well as lay people with careers and also some who have retired The Buddhist Council is a member of the Civil Chaplaincies Advisory Committee CCAC an interfaith group responsible to the Departments

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  • Hospital Chaplaincy | Buddhist Connection
    Prison Chaplaincy Training For Chaplains Becoming a Chaplain On Going Support For Chaplains Other Spiritual Care Projects For Members Member Listing Member Benefits Member Service Accreditation Joining The Member Network Getting Involved Volunteer Positions Volunteer Application Form Become a Friend Update My Details About What We Do Videos Publications Annual Reports Newsletters Contact search NewsPage Search form Search You are here Home Community Projects Spiritual Care Hospital Chaplaincy 23 April 2011 4 25pm admin1 Hospital Chaplaincy Hospital chaplains have the time that hospital staff normally do not have to go to patients who may need spiritual support or just a relaxed conversation The time that a hospital chaplain gives can help the physical healing of the patient and can give support to the friends and family Some chaplains also offer support to hospital staff In addition there is an expectation of intent on the chaplain s part of Working in harmony within a multi faith chaplaincy team Acceptance of procedures and protocols of Hospital Chaplaincy Willingness to provide spiritual care for Buddhists of all traditions and cultures while avoiding proselytising and pressure to convert Willingness to develop capabilities through in service sessions arranged by the Buddhist Council The Buddhist Council of New South Wales the Council is responsible for appointing chaplains in accordance with the agreements and guidelines in place between the Civil Chaplaincies Advisory Committee CCAC and the Department of Health with its Area Health Services As the recognised body for Buddhist chaplaincy within NSW the Council has a due care and responsibility to ensure that Buddhist chaplains entering hospitals under the guidance and support of the Council have been adequately selected and provided with the necessary support Are you a hospital or healthcare institution and would like to know more about Buddhist Chaplaincy Please visit Information for Hospitals

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