Connecting for Change brings together innovators from the business, social and philanthropic sectors to build connections and understanding about how to work together to create sustained social change, thus a more compassionate and peaceful world.

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I hope that the Dalai Lama Center creates an environment that generates within people a true understanding of the value, joy and fulfillment of seeking a life of compassion and meaning. My sense is that the Connecting for Change dialogue was a great example of what the Center can be and stand for.”
— Rud Browne, CEO, Ryzex (an Inc 50 Company)
On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, I wish to thank all who participated in Connecting for Change 2009. We are very appreciative of the commitment that participants made to come and to take part fully in the event – a very long journey for some.

Mariah Howard and Avril Orloff visually facilitated the Connecting for Change Dialogue.

Charles Holmes, Facilitator and Program Manager of Connecting for Change, reflects on his upbringing in PEI, Canada and shares stories about Connecting for Change and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Produced by Pinc Productions Inc, music by Cory Woodward, Parlour Steps, and The Upsidedown, and hosted by www.LifeOnPurposeNetwork.com.