List of Organizations
Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center
The Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC) is dedicated to seeking out, preserving, organizing, and disseminating Tibetan literature.

Joining digital technology with scholarship, TBRC ensures that the treasures of the Tibetan literary tradition are not lost, but are made available for future generations.

Brandeis University
Peter Gruber Endowed Chair in Neuroscience, established March 2012 at Brandeis University.

Afghan Institute of Learning
The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) is an Afghan non-governmental organization (NGO) which was founded in 1995 by Dr. Sakena Yacoobi, to help address the problem of inadequate access for Afghans, especially women and children, to education and health services. We are a group of dedicated people working hard each day to provide for the most needy in our society. We are striving for a balanced and peaceful Afghanistan in which all people are valued and have educational opportunity, good health care and economic opportunity.
Digital Dharma
Digital Dharma is an epic story of a cultural rescue and how one man’s mission became the catalyst for an international movement to find, save and provide open access to the story of the Tibetan people.

When ancient writings of Sanskrit and Tibetan texts vanish during the political turmoil of the 1950s and 1960s, the history of a whole society-–its beliefs, customs and roadmap to enlightenment-–is in danger of disappearing. Enter destiny in the form of American pacifist E. Gene Smith, a Mormon from Ogden, Utah, the unlikely leader of an effort to rescue these early insights from mankind’s consciousness, from the medical to the mystical.
Women War and Peace
Women, War & Peace is a bold new five-part PBS television series challenging the conventional wisdom that war and peace are men’s domain. The vast majority of today’s conflicts are not fought by nation states and their armies, but rather by informal entities: gangs and warlords using small arms and improvised weapons. The series reveals how the post-Cold War proliferation of small arms has changed the landscape of war, with women becoming primary targets and suffering unprecedented casualties. Yet they are simultaneously emerging as necessary partners in brokering lasting peace and as leaders in forging new international laws governing conflict. With depth and complexity, Women, War & Peace spotlights the stories of women in conflict zones from Bosnia to Afghanistan and Colombia to Liberia, placing women at the center of an urgent dialogue about conflict and security, and reframing our understanding of modern warfare.