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John Bond

13 February, 2018

Beyond Walls

In this book 92 people share their personal discoveries resulting from an encounter with Initiatives of Change or its predecessor Moral Re-Armament. ‘Remarkable stories,’ writes Rajmohan Gandhi in the foreword, ‘revealing the hope-giving things that happen when human beings obey nudges from an inner director, an inner source of wisdom-cum-strength.’

Eyewitness to the Impossible: building trust on three continents, draws on a lifetime working for change.

30 June, 2016

Eyewitness to the Impossible: building trust on three continents

‘Making history is not the monopoly of the rich and powerful,’ asserts the author Jens Jonathan Wilhelmsen. His new book draws on a lifetime working for change.

Le fil d'Ariane, du secret familial au secret du silence

Elsa Vogel

08 March, 2016

Le fil d'Ariane, du secret familial au secret du silence

Elsa n’a pas connu son père, et cette question l’a hantée durant toute son enfance. Jeune fille, elle a trouvé un sens à sa vie, quand sa vie est passée d’un secret qui la fermait aux autres à un secret qui l’a ouverte.

Printer's Pie cover

31 July, 2015

Nouvelle publication disponible : "Printer's Pie made in Notts"

Lorsqu'on a demandé à Richard Hawthorne s’il aimerait écrire son histoire pour cette série de brochures, il a commencé par s'y opposer. Il avait l’impression de ne rien avoir d’intéressant à partager. Ceci est l’histoire classique d’un homme ordinaire faisant des choses extraordinaires – s’il est prêt à être guidé par Dieu – avec pour résultat la reconnaissance par la Reine pour « services rendus à la communauté ».

Printer's Pie cover

31 July, 2015

Printer's Pie made in Notts

When Richard was asked if he would like to write his story for this series of booklets, he demurred. He didn’t feel he had enough to tell. But I think it is a classic tale of how an ordinary chap can do extraordinary things – if he’s prepared to be guided by God – resulting in recognition by the Queen for ‘services to the community’.

Great Company - trust, integrity and leadership in the global economy by Mike Smith

Mike Smith

02 June, 2015

Great Company

In Great Company Michael Smith argues that, far from the ends justifying the means, the means actually determine the ends. Dishonest and acquisitive means in the events that led up to the crash of 2008 led to disastrous outcome.

Corruption Who Cares? by Brian Lightowler

Brian Lightowler

09 March, 2015

Corrupção: Quem se Importa?

Quanto dinheiro ilícito, dinheiro cinza precisando de lavagem, está circulando pelo globo? Quanto dinheiro é pago em subornos no exterior a cada ano? Empresas podem exigir dedução fiscal pelo pagamento de subornos em países estrangeiros? Quanto lucram os barões das drogas a cada ano? Corrupção: Quem se importa? responde a essas perguntas e muitas outras à medida em que revela o flagelo da corrupção que hoje ameaça a sociedade moderna. Porém, mais do que isso, é um livro de esperança. Ele mostra como governos, ONGs e cidadãos comuns estão respondendo e fazendo avanços em direção a um mundo construído nos padrões de integridade e honestidade.

D'ailleurs et d'ici, l'affirmation d'une France plurielle

Intiatives et Changement France est partenaire du livre "D'ailleurs et d'ici, L'affirmation d'une France plurielle", magnifique réalisation collective dirigée par Marc Cheb Sun, un projet d'éducation et d'expression contre la morosité, en vente le 9 octobre en librairie. 30 collaborateurs et 60 lycéens ont participé à son élaboration.

MRA: how it all began by Loudon Hamilton

Loudon Hamilton

MRA: how it all began

After service with the Indian Army in France in the First World War, when he was awarded the Military Cross, Loudon Hamilton went up to Oxford and took a two-year philosophy course. Towards the end of that time, in May 1921, Dr Frank Buchman paid his first visit to Oxford. One evening he was a guest in Loudon Hamilton's rooms in Christ Church at a meeting of the Beef and Beer Club. Out of this grew the Oxford Group, now known as Moral Re-Armament.