Secular Ethics In Education

“Education is like an instrument. Whether that instrument, that device, is used properly or constructively or in a different way depends on the user……education and a warm heart, a compassionate heart-if you combine these two, then your education, your knowledge, will be constructive”- HH The Dalai Lama

Secular Ethics In Communities

Reality compels us to tackle our problems at the level of society at the same time as that of the individual. The world will change when each individual makes the attempt to counter their negative thoughts and emotions and when we practice compassion for its inhabitants irrespective of whether or not we have direct relationship with them.

Secular Ethics Yatra

‘Yatra’ is a Hindi word that means ‘ Journey’ in English. It is a form of outreach program run by the Marketing Social Values team of Tong-Len. Having studied and practised Secular Ethics for more than 2 years, the youth themselves started to witness the benefits of it in their real lives.

Secular Ethics In Classrooms

Education is much more than a matter of imparting the knowledge and skills by which narrow goals are achieved. It is also about opening the child’s eyes to the needs and rights of others.

These broader goals can be achieved within the classroom with the environment that is created in the classroom and the school. 

Secular Ethics in Curriculum

The need for articulating and promoting Secular Ethics in society, and especially in education is not a luxury, but a matter of human survival. This need has a strong rationale behind it. Secular Ethics as a concept rests on two founding principles of 1) our common humanity 2) interdependence

Secular Ethics in Corporative Sector

“Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what’s right to do.”  (Potter Stewart, Former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States)

A commercial focus on values and ethics is increasingly important to the success and credibility of the corporate sector across the globe.  Businesses are operating in a changing world and facing increasing challenges and levels of scrutiny.