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Rainer Gude, IofC's Chargé de Mission and Network Coordinator in Geneva, and Chris Breitenberg, IofC International's Communications Director, developed a profile of Initiatives of Change for the Journal of Conflictology, an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed open access journal on conflict resolution.
Jay Stinnett, a historian of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has written The Enduring Legacy: Frank Buchman and the Anonymous groups, a research paper marking the centenary of Buchman's transforming experience in Keswick which led to the birth of the Oxford Group and, as a consequence, AA and the 12-Steps movements.
Dr Philip Boobbyer, lecturer in modern European history at the University of Kent, UK, has recently published two academic articles on the history of the Oxford Group and Moral Re-Armament:
Who we are: Initiatives of Change (IofC) is a world-wide movement of people of diverse cultures and backgrounds, who are committed to the transformation of society through changes in human motives and behaviour, starting with their own.
Purpose: We work to inspire, equip and connect people to address world needs, starting with themselves, in the areas of trustbuilding, ethical leadership and sustainable living.