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30 November, 2017

Which borders do we experience, personally and in society, and how can we cross them? Around 150 people from different nationalities and beliefs – from Bahai, Hindu and Buddhist to the three monotheistic faiths – gathered to discuss these questions during the annual Interfaith Conference at the International Institute of Social Studies in the Hague on 18 of November. The conference, that carried the theme Crossing borders, building bridges, was organised in collaboration with Initiatives of Change Netherlands and the student chaplaincy of The Hague Haastu.

 Imam Dr Muhammad Ashafa, Dr Alan Channer and Pastor Dr James Wuye (from left to right) at the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security in 2012
23 November, 2017

Pastor Dr James Wuye and Imam Dr Muhammad Ashafa are finalists for the Intercultural Innovation Award, conferred by a unique partnership between the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations and BMW. The Award Ceremony will take place at UN Headquarters in New York on 29th November. It is 'a celebration of the most innovative grassroots projects that encourage intercultural dialogue around the world'.

15 November, 2017

‘The first time ever that I feel free’. These words, of a participant in Afghanistan, capture the joy and anguish of women trapped by years of war, poverty and social constraint. Shabnam Hamrah in Afghanistan and Iman Al Ghafari in Syria filed these reports. November 2017.

Mike Smith, 31st annual Businet conference, Vilamoura, Portugal
13 November, 2017

Journalist and business author Michael Smith, representing Initiatives of Change, advocated five pillars of trust in the economy when he gave the opening keynote address to the 31st annual Businet conference on 9 November. Over 200 business educators, including professors, academics, lecturers and heads of departments, took part in the conference, held in Vilamoura, Portugal, 9 to 11 November. Businet, founded in 1994, is a 'global business education network' with 102 member organizations of higher education in 31 countries.

06 July, 2017

Following on from our 25th anniversary conference in 2016, we now want to be able to tell a much fuller story of what we do as Creators of Peace to help with fundraising and partnership building. We want to share a more detailed picture of what happens before, during and after we get together in Creators of Peace Circles, gatherings and conferences. As a whole network of women, let’s be generous and be confident that what we have done – and what we will do into the future – is, and will continue to be, amazing.

Audience at the screening of The Man Who Built Peace
09 June, 2017

The documentary film, 'The Man Who Built Peace - The Frank Buchman Story', had its worldwide premiere on Sunday, 4 June, 2017 at the Illuminate Film Festival in Sedona, Arizona to rave reviews and a sold out house. On hand were director Imad Karam, co-producer Kelly Burks, and cast member Jay Stinnett.

 Rama Mani performing in 'Healing the wounds of war', Caux 2014
01 June, 2017

‘Should we try to transform the world?’ This question opened a seminar last month at Oxford University’s Centre for International Studies. It was asked by Professor of International Relations Kalypso Nicolaïdis.

Creators of Peace logo 2016
30 May, 2017

Creators of Peace will be undertaking a data collection & impact evaluation project to help us review some specific aspects of our work to date and assemble the information we need to support our fundraising, communication and training. We are looking for someone(s) for a short-term period of 12-20 days of work starting immediately to support outreach, interviews and the development of a new system.

Illuminate film festival
29 May, 2017

The newly made documentary film, 'The Man Who Built Peace', has been officially selected for its world premiere screening by the Illuminate Film Festival in Sedona, Arizona on 4 June.

Arab forum in Cairo
25 May, 2017

The Egyptian Moral Re-Armament (IofC) Cultural Committee organized an Arab Moral Re-Armament youth event, 'A Better Me for a Better World' that took place 12 to 18 April in Cairo. The objective of the meeting was to build new cultural bridges and collaborate together to produce sustainable and lasting relationships. Delegates from Lebanon and Tunisia met with 50 Egyptians of all ages, all of whom were concerned with the role youth play in changing the future for the better by changing oneself first.