The Ikeda Center is an institute for peace, learning, and dialogue located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Ikeda Center explores and promotes the ideas and convictions that, if widely accepted and acted on, will lead to a significantly more peaceful, harmonious, and flourishing world in the decades to come.
Since 1993, the Ikeda Center's core practice has been to engage scholars, students, spiritual practitioners, social innovators, and others in openhearted and open-minded dialogue in pursuit of a shared vision for future progress and well being. To this end, we organize and conduct seminars and public forums designed to cultivate the "humble willingness to learn from others" that Center founder Daisaku Ikeda identifies as "profoundly meaningful, invariably fostering deep, empathetic connections." We also publish dialogue and other multi-author books focused on this same goal of creating a shared vision for global well being.
September 24, 1993
396 Harvard St, Cambridge (MA), 02138, United States