Live Free Webinar with Satish Kumar
Satish Kumar, a former Jain monk and long-term peace and environment activist, is speaking live as part of Cowdray’s Virtual Wellbeing Programme.
Peace-pilgrim, life-long activist and former monk, Satish Kumar has been inspiring global change for over 50 years. Aged 9, Satish renounced the world and joined the wandering Jain monks. Inspired by Gandhi, he decided at 18 that he could achieve more back in the world and soon undertook a peace-pilgrimage, walking without money from India to America in the name of nuclear disarmament. Now in his 80s, Satish has devoted his life to campaigning for ecological regeneration, social justice and spiritual fulfilment.
Satish founded Schumacher College as well as The Resurgence Trust, an educational charity that seeks a just future for all. To join Satish in protecting people and planet, become a member of Resurgence (with 20% off), entitling you to this charity’s change-making magazine, Resurgence & Ecologist.
Satish appears regularly on podcasts, radio and television shows. He has been interviewed by Richard Dawkins, Russell Brand and Annie Lennox, appearing as a guest on Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, Thought for the Day and Midweek. Satish presented an episode of BBC2’s Natural World documentary series, which was watched by 3.6 million people. An acclaimed international speaker and author, Satish’s autobiography sold over 50,000 copies, inspiring change around the world.
Date: Wednesday 14th April
Event: Satish will be speaking about his new book ‘Pilgrimage for Peace: The Long Walk from India to Washington’ as well as taking the audience through a guided meditation. He will then host a question-and-answer session.
This live event is free but please register your interest below.
Satish has undertaken various pilgrimages, is a published author, long-standing editor of The Resurgence Magazine as well as cofounding Schumacher College is South Devon, where he is a Visiting Fellow.
His autobiography No Destination has sold over 50,000 copies, he is vice-president of the RSPCA reflecting his work promoting animal welfare and compassionate living. Satish makes regular appearances on the radio, in printed media and is a much sought-after speaker both in the UK and abroad.
Due to the pandemic, Satish’s book is not currently available to purchase; but it is due to be realised imminently.
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