The Lane Peace Center is committed to fostering peace in ourselves, our community, nation and world. The Lane Peace Center is founded on the understanding that peace is rooted in social, economic, political, racial and environmental justice.
Peace Through Compassion
A series co-sponsored by The Lane Peace Center and The Palmo Center
February 16, 2017
Gandhi and Nonviolence: Relevance for the 21st Century
Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi
Speaker - author - activist -
agent of change
This event takes place at the Lane Community Coillege Main Campus
7:00 - 9:00 pm with doors opening at 6:00 pm
Center for Meeting & Learning
Building 19, room 103-104 Lane Community College map
Thanks to our co-sponsors the Palmo Center for Peace and Education, Faculty Professional Development, LCC Diversity Office, LCC Professional and Organizational Development Office, Community Alliance of Lane County, Eugene Veg Education Network, and the Eugene Weekly
Venerable Geshe Dorji Damdul, PhD
April 30, 2017
World Renowned Buddhist Teacher from
Tibet,Translator for HH the Dalai Lama -
Author - Scholar
This event has been canceled. Geshe Dorji Damdul has been unable to obtain a visa to enter the United States
To request accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in any Lane events contact the Center for Accessible Resources at least one week in advance at (541) 463-5150 or email@example.com
Click an image to watch a video of the Lane Peace Symposium Presentation.
Visit the Lane Peace Center video archive where you can watch videos of many of the speakers featured at our previous Peace Symposiums. We will also be live-streaming many of our events.
Fostering Peace Through Education
These posters are entries from the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Click to view larger image. From left to right: Ade from Nigeria, Amy from U.S.A., Brijesh from South Africa, Christina from Philippines, Laraib from Pakistan, Moustafa from Lebanon