Writing, Talks, and Films

Human Rights: The New Consensus,  edited by Richard Reoch, Regency Press, London, in collaboration with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (1994)

Universal Rights, International Law  in A Vision of Hope, the commemorative volume of the United Nations for its 50th Anniversary, Recency Press, London (1995)

Dying Well – A holistic guide for the dying and their carers,  published in order of date in the UK, Australia, USA, the Netherlands, France, Canada, Sweden (1997)

Complementary Therapies for the dying, the bereaved and their carers, in Complementary Therapies for Physical Therapists, Butterworth Heinemann, London (2000)

The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya,  published by and available from Shambhala Mountain Center

Ashoka’s Choice: Mass Murder or Compassion,  keynote address at the Sustainable Resources Conference, Boulder, Colorado (2003)

A Buddhist Brawl  in Mindful Politics, ed. Melvin McLeod, Wisdom Publications, Boston (2006)

On Aging: My Big Yellow FileShambhala Times (2012) 

Enlightened Society, Buddhist Geeks,  online interview with Vince Horn of “Buddhist Geeks”, recorded in Boulder, Colorado (2012)

Is the future back in the picture?,  Shambhalanews.com (2013)

Awake in the World,  short films from the Festival jointly hosted by the London Shambhala Centre and SOAS at the University of London, filmed and edited by Richard Reoch

The Buddhists who are speaking outShambhala Times (2015)

Compassionate Abiding,  guided meditation filmed at Shambhala Mountain Center (2014)

The Broken Hearted Activist,  filmed interview with Kaleigh Isaacs at Shambhala Mountain Center (2014)

The Broken Hearted Activistupdated text based on the original presented in the Practicing Peace in Times of War with Ani Pema Chödrön (2015)

Seeds of War, Seeds of Peace: Religious Conflict in Today’s World,  filmed presidential lecture with Questions and Answers at Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco (2014)

The Great Ornament in Space,  presentation on meditation-in-action filmed at Kings Cross and St Pancras’ train stations in London (2015)

Is Enlightened Society Possible?  filmed presidential lecture with Questions and Answers at Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco (2015)

Foreword,  in The Complex Buddhist – Doing Good in a Challenging World, Ron Schultz, Emergent Publications, Arizona, (2015)

Our Sacred Responsibility, Statement to the “Marrakech Declaration” Conference on The Rights of Minorities in Muslim Lands Morocco, 25 – 27 January 2016

Do no harm, in Do No Harm – Mindful Engagement for a World in Crisised. Thais Mazur & Wendy Wood, Integral Publishers, Tucson, Arizona (2016)

Enlightened Society Meditation on Open Heart Project  – online reflections on challenges of living in the VUCA world ( Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous), followed by a three-phase “Enlightened Society Meditation”, questions and answers. Hosted by Susan Piver, founder of the Open Heart Project (21 April 2014)

How mindfulness supports activism – a case study, based on a personal interview for the “Mindfulness for Social Change course” at Ecodharma/Ulex Project (May 2018)

Foreword, Buried Rivers: A Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust, Ellen Mains, West Lake Books (2018), Silver Nautilus Book Award

Meditating on the Buddha in the midst of Buddhist Terror, Lion’s Roar – Buddhist Wisdom for Our Times, 9 May 2018

First Years with Master Lam, published with “The Lam Association Newsletter No 160, January 2020

Humanity at a Crossroads and We are now at the fork of this road, Shambhala Online Conversations convened by The Touching the Earth Collective, 2020

GLobal Resilience Summits, interviews, 2020, 2021 https://wipfandstock.com/9781725268135/dying-well/

Dying Well, Part One, Part Two, conversations in conjunction with the reprinting of Dying Well – a Holistic Guide for the Dying and their Carers  by Wipf&Stock, USA; hosted by Ron Schultz for Shambhala Online, 2021

Mindfulness on the frontlines – Reclaiming human sanity in the midst of torture and terror in “Responding to
Mindfulness: Developing Agency in Urgent TimesA compilation of essays”, 2021. Available at www.themindfulnessinitiative.org

A daughter of the Buddha on the frontlines of war, review of Fortune Favors the Brave by Kiri Westby; review published in The Arrow, 2021

Blog:  Huffington Post UKhttp://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/richard-reoch, 2013 – 2017