Articles Tagged with the word ‘compassion’
25 Jan 2013
Far-reaching research into people’s values indicates that people feel positively about the UK on a local level, but feel that their values are not reflected in how the country operates at a national level
19 Jun 2012
Three hundred teenagers will explore human capacity for empathy at London conference
27 Mar 2012
More than 85,000 individuals, organisations and cities have now signed up to endorse the Charter for Compassion, a document that aims to inspire compassionate action around the world
28 Feb 2005
Her Holiness Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, or Amma, is recognised for her humanitarian work throughout India and the selfless service she inspires around the world. She is known for showering love on everyone equally through her embrace leading to her title of the Hugging Saint.'
29 Feb 2004
Scientists meeting in London have urged world leaders to recognise officially that animals are thinking, feeling beings capable of suffering. In a keynote speech to the Compassion in World Farming conference, Dr. Jane Goodall asked, "If you think animals might have feelings too, shall we give them the benefit of the doubt and answer their appeal for help?"