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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
96 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY devoted to the growing secular mindfulness movement. The founda tion has also supported many Buddhist talks and events, including The Gathering. Hemera is currently launching several of its own initiatives. One is Healthy Buddhist Communities, which aims to address recent reports of misconduct. In the coming years, researchers will highlight best practices, policies and procedures, and transformative ethics for centers, students, and teachers. “We want to offer a collection of resources that communities of all lineages can draw on,” says Pfohl. Another initiative, Hemera’s Tara Project, will interview one hundred female Buddhist teachers from around the world, represent ing various traditions and demographics. The interviews will provide these influential women with a platform to share their spiritual journeys and offer insight into what it’s like to be a female dharma teacher. Hemera Foundation also offers a Contemplative Fellowship Pro gram at eleven retreat centers across the US, including Spirit Rock Meditation Center and Insight Meditation Center, that assists new comers wanting to attend residential retreats. Depending on eligibil ity, the program can cover up to 100 percent of an applicant’s retreat costs. Aiming to increase the accessibility of contemplative sitting practice, Hemera is constantly searching for new retreat centers to partner with for this fellowship. kalliopeia foundation Kalliopeia Foundation’s work starts from the belief that life should be treated as sacred and interconnected. Since its founding in 1977 by Barbara Sargent, Kalliopeia has supported work that takes both spiritual and physical responsibility for our relationship with the