Engaged Buddhist programs for prisoners.
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Angulimala - the Buddhist Prison Chaplaincy Organisation
Organisation representing Buddhism in the prison service.
Buddhist Inmate Sangha
An interfaith group of Buddhists devoted to connecting prisoners who desire to learn about Buddhism with pen pals of their respective faiths. Provides books on Buddhism and Eastern Philosophy to inmates and prison libraries upon request.
Buddhist Relief Mission
Prison Dharma Support system of the Buddhist Relief Mission.
Prison Dharma Support
A non-sectarian Buddhist support network for prisoners, prison volunteers and correctional workers.
Prison Mindfulness Institute
A nonsectarian Buddhist support network for prisoners, prison volunteers, and correctional workers. An affiliate of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
Zen Practice for Inmates
Meditation training as an alternative to conventional sentencing. During the past year a "scholarship" fund has been created to assist serious inmate practitioners in attending a monastic training period on parole or at release from prison. The Engaged Zen Foundation intends to establish a monastic-based alternative sentencing facility where offenders may serve out sentences in a highly disciplined Zendo atmosphere.
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