Meet Dadi Janki – Living and Dying with Dignity & Peace 13/08/2013 19:30 – 21:00 London, GCH



The Janki Foundation Lecture


By Andy Bradley
Founding Director of Framework 4 Change   –  One of ‘Britain’s 50 New Radical’ thinkers…


An event supporting health professionals, caregivers & patients


With address by Dadi Janki, President, The Janki Foundation

Guest performance: Lucinda Drayton, singer songwriter (A Hundred Thousand Angels).
Are we treating ourselves with dignity?

How can our work of care-giving be infused with a sense of meaning and higher purpose?

How can we enable the spirit of care and its healing presence to be felt?



This talk and experience will offer a rich opportunity to connect with the deepest meaning of dignity and compassion so that respect can be found for ourselves, each other and this precious life.


“The ability to live according to your values, in an unwavering way, depends on how well you have realised your true spiritual identity, and have begun to cultivate that inner state of dignity”

Dadi Janki


Chair: Arnold Desser is an educational consultant with the London Deanery of Postgraduate Medical Education. He works clinically in the NHS with chronically ill individuals and their families.

About the Organisers: The Janki Foundation is a UK charity promoting spirituality in health care. It supports healthcare professionals through values-based dialogue and training, and contributes to general wellbeing through inspirational books, CDs and lectures.


The event is free of charge and no registration is required

For more information please contact us at or phone 020 8459 1400

Venue: Global Co-peration House, 65 – 67 Pound Lane, London NW10 2HH (Entrance from 65 Pound Lane)

Global Co-operation House: The nearest underground station is 12 minutes away at Dollis Hill on the Jubilee Line (Chapter Road exit). Bus routes 226, 206 to Pound Lane & 6, 52, 98, 260, 266, 297 & 460 to Willesden Bus Garage.