Dalai Lama delivers speech on religious globalisation at Forum 2000

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The Forum 2000 conference continues at Prague Castle, with leading world figures and thinkers in attendance. The focus of this year's Forum 2000, the fourth in a series of five, is globalisation and its impacts on religion and culture. The discussion panels on Tuesday were devoted to religion, and the challenges that globalisation poses for the world's different religions. The keynote speaker for the morning was none other than His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Nick Carey was there, and has this report:

The Dalai Lama spoke at length of the differences that separate religions and philosophies, but emphasised that the fundamental ideal behind them was the strengthening of human values: