Applied Research Projects
The Humanistic Buddhism Centre (HBC) continues to be a pioneer in research and development on Humanistic Buddhism in Australia with the help of partnerships and volunteers from around the world.
The Journal Translation Project
This journal is the result of a unique project involving more than 30 volunteers in 7 countries. The Global Humanistic Buddhism Journal Translation Project’s worldwide team worked collaboratively using an internet-based translation portal developed specifically for the project.
The Bibliography Visualiser Project
The NTI Visualiser spurned from the first thematic academic bibliography on Humanistic Buddhism. The idea of allowing researchers to not only build their own bibliography, but further explore and quickly grasp its content was an attempt to allow a more dynamic approach to the Humanistic Buddhism Bibliography’s content.
Buddhism in the Sea of Islands Project
The objective of this project is to examine Buddhism in Pacific contexts and explore the transnational flow and counterflow of Buddhism and interactions between immigrants and the indigenous people, both in historical and contemporary societies in the region.
NTI Ethos Project
The intention of this research is to identify the pathways to integrate the Buddhist ethics positioning (called Buddhist Ethos), of NTI, into the Institute’s day to day life and operations.
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Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is a private, not for profit, government accredited higher education provider offering studies in the areas of Buddhist studies, health and wellbeing, within an environment that incorporates contemplative education.
NTI offers postgraduate programs in Applied Buddhist Studies, Health and Social Wellbeing, Humanistic Buddhism, and Mental Health as well as customised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs and special interest subjects across the areas of meditation, mindfulness and health.