16.03.2018 ►SCVP ►Bulletin

Published: 16.03.2018
Updated: 16.03.2018

Jai Jinendra,

SCVP and Veerayatan UK invite everyone to an exciting event - wonderful interactive evening (on Saturday 21st April) of being inspired by the dynamic and renowned Nipun Mehta and a chance for everyone individually to make a lasting difference.

We welcome everyone to participate in Veerayatan Volunteer Program to be held in Gujarat, India from 7th August to 22nd August 2018. We invite the youth to be part of this stimulating experience. It promises to broaden the minds of the volunteers and offer a fantastic platform for their future growth. Hurry, deadline to register is 31st March!

Finally, we are extremely pleased one of our SCVP teachers, Ketan Varia is presenting an exhilarating talk externally on Morality and dilemmas at Shishukunj Bhavan and we welcome all to take note and register to attend this talk.

All the details for the above events are enclosed below. We would be delighted for you and your families to be a part of these exciting events and activities.

 

Kind Regards

SCVP London Teachers & Committee    

 Creating Ripples with Nipun Mehta - Saturday 21st April 

An unique opportunity to be inspired and transform inspiration into action through a personal journey of Selfless Giving. This is indeed a wonderful chance to take the pearls of wisdom offered by the dynamic Nipun Mehta and engage in making a positive difference to people’s lives. This is also suitable for teenagers and we encourage them to attend.   

Registration required via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creating-ripples-with-nipun-mehta-tickets-43846215210

Spaces are limited, so do avail yourself of this wonderful opportunity by registering early. We look forward to extending a warm welcome to you all.

Date & Time: Saturday 21st April,  7:30 - 10:00 pm,

Venue: Tylers Hall, Kingsbury High School, Stag Lane, Kingsbury, NW9 9AT

For more information: Visit: www.scvp.org.uk  Tel: Shandip Shah - 07780690432, Shaileen Shah - 07900137566

 

Veerayatan Volunteering Program - 7th August to 22nd August

Want to do something unusual over the summer holiday? Want to make a difference to someone else's life? Teaching underprivileged children? Then look no further! 

 

A fantastic opportunity not to be missed for young people to take part in Veerayatan’s Volunteering Program in Gujarat.

If you are interested get in touch with us as soon as possible as spaces are limited and registration deadline is 31st March.

 

For more information:

Pramitbhai: 07979536456 / pramit70[at]yahoo.co.uk

Bakulbhai: 07917708370 / Bakul.shah[at]linklaters.com

 

 

Talk at Shisukunj by Ketan Varia - Thursday 22nd March

‘Understanding Morality by studying dilemmas’ by Ketan Varia

Shishukunj’s next free talk (Bethak) is on Thursday 22nd March 2018 at the Shishukunj Bhavan, prompt start 8.30pm-10.00pm.

You may use the values of faith, or have set your own principles to set your own morals. However moral dilemmas arise all the time. What’s the best framework to understand these dilemmas?
We will test out some moral dilemmas and the 4 frameworks associated with them to help us clarify our own thinking.

The talk will be highly participative. The speaker is Ketan Varia, who is a management consultant and also a teacher at Shri Chandana Vidyapeeth Jain School in London.

The bethaks are open to all, so do bring your friends, family, work colleagues etc. Please confirm your attendance by email to Laxmiben at bethaks[at]shishukunj.org.uk.

2017.10.19 SCVP Diwali 2017.11.26 SCVP Mehfil with Dinner 2017.09.08 SCVP Adult Class - Winter 2017 2017.09.08 SCVP Jain School

External Info of Interest - Add Jains to the UK census

As the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group, I am proud to campaign for a specific Jain box on the UK census. 

At the last census, in 2011, only 20,000 people identified themselves as Jains. This number is under representative of the size of the Jain community in the UK, which is estimated to be between 40,000 and 50,000. 

It is vital that the census contains correct information concerning the make-up of the UK. The government and other bodies allocate resources in line with the information gathered by the census. Jains have specific dietary requirements, are prone to certain medical conditions and have specific chaplaincy needs. Therefore, having a specific tick box for Jains it is vital for the fair allocation of resources for their community.

Sign here: http://www.gareththomas.org/add_jains_to_the_uk_census?recruiter_id=21391

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