Posted: 13.04.2016
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Delegates at the global conference on Science and Jainism, London University - SOAS, March 2016 The Centre for Jaina Studies at SOAS is well-established and has hosted a number of annual conferences - 18 in total so far, and the latest one has just finished. Dr. Peter Flugel is Director of the Centre and it was held jointly in partnership with Gyan Sagar Science Foundation in India. Here is a...
Posted: 11.11.2015
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Namaste, Greetings and Happy Diwali By coincidence, today is Diwali and Rememberance Day at the same time. In Rememberance, we recall the sacrifices of history to bring peace to our shores, and in Diwali, we recall the spark of wisdom which dispels the darkness of ignorance. Yes, in this world of today’s noise, we are encouraged to forget faith, tradition and values, and instead embrace instant...
Posted: 15.10.2014
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Claremont Lincoln University 3rd International Jain Conference: Business Ethics Jain Business Ethics - A Global Review An Opportunity For Global Leadership Pictured from left to right: Dr. Nitin Shah, Mr. Vallabh Bhansali, Mr. David Lincoln (Claremont Lincoln Benefactor), Laura Burgis (CLU), Eileen Aranda (CLU President), Prem Jain (President, JAINA), Atul Shah, D.R.Mehta One of America’s most famous...
Posted: 01.08.2014
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Satish Kumar Full Lecture:, Satish Kumar Lecture (Summary) Eminent writer, ecologist and broadcaster, Satish Kumar, editor of Resurgence magazine gave a memorable speech about his early years and learning at the feet of Acharya Tulsi, whose centennial was celebrated on Saturday 26th April 2014 at the world famous School of Oriental and African Studies. Jain leaders and culture champions...
Posted: 16.12.2013
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Greetings and Wish you all a peaceful and joyous festive season and a successful, creative and inclusive New Year. The news has been dominated by the death of our rare and distinguished moral leader, Nelson Mandela. I sometimes feel however that praising his ideals and life too much can make us forget some of the great unsung deeds done by ordinary people which never come under the media...
Posted: 30.10.2013
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Atul Shah on LinkedIn Follow @atulkshah EMPLOYERS EMPLOYEES INTERVIEWS DIVERSE LEADERSHIP BEST PRACTICE RESEARCH ATUL'S WISDOM BLOG MASALA TOUR ETHICAL CAREERS CLIENTS EVENTS WATCH VIDEOS BOARD DIVERSITY Dear Reader, Namaste and Happy Diwali. It is a unique festival of light which is celebrated this year on Sunday 3rd November . At the beautiful BAPS Hindu temple in Neasden, London, there will be...
Posted: 28.04.2011
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Leaders from various disciplines at the entrance to the stunning Jain temple in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire Soaking Culture By Going On A Deep Dive Atul K. Shah, Diverse Ethics Leaders embarked on a unique multi-dimensional cultural experience in April 2011 when they went on a visit to the Jain culture complex in North London, (Hertfordshire) participating in an ancient timeless festival, the...
Posted: 27.09.2010
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Diverse Ethics Live on BBC Essex Ray - Dr. Atul K. Shah as Sofa Guest on the Ray Clark's Breakfast show on 29th September 2010, speaking to 250,000 listeners about the Masala Tour. The audience responded very positively, with some saying 'what a lovely guest you have'... and some listeners signed up to our website to learn more about the tour!!! ( BBC - BBC Essex Programmes Information on all current BBC Essex...
Posted: 03.08.2010
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Dr. Atul Shah and Dr. Michael Tobias outside the National Gallery in London, June 2010 Author of 50 books, award winning documentary film-maker, ecologist, activist, and a rare and multi-dimensional soul Dr. Michael Tobias was recently in London in June 2010. Diverse Ethics promotes the idea of a 'borderless mind' as a genuine way of coping and adapting to the challenges of this modern world, and a huge...
Posted: 02.08.2010
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Atul Shah Interviews Artist And Ecologist Dr. Michael Tobias About The Fundamental Nature Of Leadership 1). What does nature say about leadership? MT: This is a compelling question, and one that is impossible to know, because despite tens-of-thousands of years of speculation on our part, we Homo sapiens are part of nature as much as any bacterium, tulip, or blue whale. We are who we are because we are nature ...
Posted: 18.04.2010
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
Leaders of the UK Vegetarian Society - Milan Shah (Chairman) and Umesh Parekh (Deputy Chairman) speak to www.diverseethics.com about their vision and aspirations The UK Vegetarian Society has an old history but a predominantly ‘English' membership. You come from the Jain culture which has a very very old tradition of vegetarianism. In your roles, do you see a scope for bringing the two communities together?...
Posted: 15.04.2009
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
So often we fail to experience the richness of Britain's diversity, and as for understanding it, we have so little time. We live on a 'need to know' basis, and even look at people and communities from this lens - 'why do I need to know them?' Real community engagement is about going inside the hub of these communities to see them and understand them from their own reference point, not ours. On 8th April 2009,...
Posted: 04.12.2008
 
The first seminar on the new book on 'Social Cohesion - A Jain Perspective' published by Diverse Ethics was held at the St Ethelburgas Centre for Peace and Reconciliation in Central London on 3rd Dec 2008. Mr. Simon Keyes, Director of the Centre, opened the discussion by explaining how topical he felt the subject was - "it is the number one challenge in the minds of central and local government at the moment,...
Posted: 25.11.2008
 
We can help shape a better world. We must do our bit and there are unique opportunities out there. We invite you to participate in a new vision for Britain which draws from the ancient time-tested wisdom of the Jain tradition. Dr. Aidan Rankin and Dr. Atul Shah have written a new paper entitled: 'Social Cohesion - A Jain Perspective' which will be discussed by an eminent panel at one of the most beautiful...
Posted: 12.10.2008
By Dr. Atul Keshavji Shah
On Saturday 11th October, a team of fifteen Jain leaders from North America came to the Oshwal Centre in Potters Bar, London to launch the International Jain Summer School (ISSJS) in Europe. Directors of the School, Dr. Sulekh Chand Jain and Dr. Shugan Chand Jain spoke of the significant impact this project has had in different parts of the world over the last five years since inception, reading out...
Posted: 25.09.2007
 
On 13th September 2007, Celebrating Diversity was officially launched in London at St. Ethelburgas in the City. We had a Bharat Natyam welcome dance by Nilpa and Naytika Shah, readings from the book, a testimonial by Lynne Sedgmore CBE of the Centre for Excellence in Leadership, and a closing Bollywood dance by Anika Shah. Sonal Shah of PWC was a brilliant compere who encouraged everyone to truly celebrate this...
Posted: 19.07.2007
 
Discover the secret to success and happiness of living in diverse Britain by thinking and living beyond borders and boundaries. The UK is becoming a melting pot of cultures and the world is now at our doorstep. Indian curry has been voted the most popular dish in Britain today and modern life, including the internet, media, travel and international trade means that different cultures are being forced to mix...

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