a professional organisation which draws its members from private
individuals, a wide range of small, medium and large organizations as
well as the self employed from the most diverse businesses and age
groups. It is open to all without discrimination.
Our members care about education for children and adults across the world so you will find them initiating and supporting projects in Europe, India, Nepal, Africa and elsewhere. This is what we mean by leadership.
We deal with each other in an open, respectful manner and without discrimination – in other words according to the
- No-one is an Enemy
- No-one is a Foreigner
- Service to All
- Complete Impartiality
- Work for Peace
- True Democracy
- Equity and Justice
We believe that is possible in this humble way to be an example and to play our part in living together in a better way – in the private sphere as well as in our business relationships. This is perhaps not such a bad idea in a society which is tainted with competition, selfishness and fear of the future. If one wants to change the world one has to start with oneself.
- Every human being gains a mass of knowledge during a lifetime through learning and experience.
- Everyone has particular talents and specializations but only a few are able to fully share this knowledge and wisdom with others.
- This is not because they refuse to do so but rather because they are not even aware of the knowledge they possess.
- ILBS wishes to establish a platform where the systematic and regular exchange of knowledge can happen in a relaxed atmosphere.
There is lots to do! And we could use your help wherever you are.
Membership of ILBS is free of charge – you can join now by completing the form in the members area.
“I do not accept any absolute formulas for living. No preconceived code can see ahead to everything that can happen in a man’s life. As we live, we grow and our beliefs change. They must change. So I think we should live with this constant discovery. We should be open to this adventure in heightened awareness of living. We should stake our whole existence on our willingness to explore and experience.”
Martin Buber (in Hodes 1972)