NegToolKitA Negotiator’s Toolkit was written by the Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) to support negotiators engage with their governments on reasons why urgent, rights-based climate action is critical to the long-term well-being and stability of their countries.  The booklet offers ten concise, expert arguments which are referenced to published literature.  This publication was inspired by a side event co-hosted by QUNO, Brahma Kumaris and Newcastle University, during a climate change conference in May 2017, in Bonn, Germany. This second edition includes additional information and references.

Read or download the toolkit (click here)

zManyFaithsValériane Bernard attended the COP23 debriefing on behalf of the Brahma Kumaris.  The meeting was held in Geneva.  The meeting included a number of senior members of faith-based organisations from around the world.  They sought to find ways of maximising the outcomes from the COP23 held in Bonn.

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DelegatesThis report is from the Conference of Youth (COY) 13 that was held in Bonn, Germany from 2nd to 4th November.  The report includes descriptions of:

  • Delegates
  • Stand
  • Art exhibition
  • 5 workshops
  • Many photos

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Jayanti2017 11 07Religion World have created a web site report of the Brahma Kumaris efforts at COP23 and make some very positive statements.  Their report includes pages from one of our reports and a video talk from Sister Jayanti talking about the importance of our planet and our universal need to look after it.

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See the video of Sister Jayanti...



Following the press conference on 13th November (Visionary Leadership for a Sustainable Future), Sister Jayanti issued a press statement.  You can read the statement here.


There is hope if people will begin to awaken that spiritual part of themselves, that heartfelt knowledge that we are caretakers of this planet.