Ethical Projects

FDCW's Partners

At the Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom, we collaborate with organisations that share our values.

We believe that by supporting and communicating with our partners we can help create a happier, more compassionate world for everyone.


Our Partners

FDCW's Partner Organisations

Welcome to our Partners page, a space where collaboration and shared values meet. Here, we showcase our alliances with organisations aligned with our mission to foster a more compassionate and understanding world. Our partners, ranging from educational programs to mindfulness initiatives, reflect our commitment to creating a positive impact through collective efforts.

Creating Compassionate Cultures

CCC offers a secular education program based on a mix of ancient wisdom, scientific research, and practical experience for awakening and nurturing the hearts and minds of children and teens so they can lead happy, successful, and meaningful lives.

Transformative Mindfulness Methods

Transformative Mindfulness Methods are easy to learn for self-healing. Highly effective for all ages, cultures, and traditions, they access your brain’s ability to change and improve in a way that is surprisingly graceful.

Potential Project

Potential Project is a global leader in providing customised, organisational effectiveness programs based on mindfulness. Our mission is to enhance individual and company performance, resilience and creativity and bring more kindness and compassion into organisations.

Creating Compassionate Cultures

Dekyi-Lee Oldershaw established this Canadian organisation, which became an FDCW National Group in 2006 and now has all facilitators trained in 16G. Transformative Mindfulness Methods facilitators offer programmes as well.

The centre has strong links with the University of Toronto, Applied Mindfulness Meditation (AMM) Certification Programme, which co-certified Transformative Mindfulness Methods.

Education Universelle

Education Universelle France (EUF) was first established in 2010 by Christophe Bertraneu, Nicolas Brun, Hilary McMichael, Françoise Normand, Mabel Odessey, Brigitte Segria, and Magali Lecuyer.

EUF became an FDCW National Group in 2010. The EUF team comprises facilitators trained in 16G, The a.r.t. of Fulfilment, Transformative Mindfulness Methods and Creating Compassionate Cultures. They currently run workshops in France, Switzerland and Tahiti.

Dreamers' Home Israel

Dreamers’ Home (NGO) was founded in April 2018 out of a firm belief in the healing power of compassion and with deep conviction that when healing takes place, dreaming can also occur (in Hebrew, the roots of the words ‘compassion,’ ‘ healing,’ and ‘dreaming’ consist of the same letters). The organization works in spiritual and social areas with the aim to rebuild social solidarity.

Through combining Western and Eastern philosophies and practices with innovative, professional activism models developed by Dreamers’ Home, the organization works to assist weakened populations in the fields of education, welfare and health”, it would be complete.

Mind Science Academy

Mind Science Academy (MSA) is a project initiated by Lama Tzong Khapa Institute on the advice received from His Holiness the Dalai Lama during his visit to Pomaia, Italy in 2014. MSA aims to promote a multidisciplinary approach to the study of mental and emotional processes that uses, on the one hand, the methods, tools and acquisitions of Western sciences and, on the other hand, the enormous wealth of knowledge accumulated in over 2,500 years of the Buddhist tradition.

Science & Wisdom LIVE

Science & Wisdom LIVE brings meditation practitioners in conversation with scientists to discuss society’s biggest challenges.

Science & Wisdom LIVE is a project of Jamyang Buddhist Centre London.

Science, mindfulness, cutting edge research, and meditation – all on Science & Wisdom LIVE.

The Empathy Sumit

The Empathy Summit, hosted by The Empathy Center, offers a series of 4-hour online sessions focused on fostering empathy across society. With events on topics like empathy in leadership and the practice of empathy circles, the summit aims to build a global empathy movement through education. Participants can look forward to personal growth, networking, and contributing to social change, with an in-person event planned for Santa Barbara.