Thursday, 09 April, 2009
Archbishop Desmond Tutu. (photo by Wa-J)

The Solomon Times reports that Winds of Change, the Initiatives of Change group in Solomon Islands, is organizing a conference on peace and reconciliation with the special participation of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The conference will take place 29 April to 1 May 2009.

Thursday, 09 April, 2009
Imam Ashafa and Pastor James receive the 2009 Spiritual Solidarity Award from Father Daou

The Arabic version of the award winning documentary film The Imam and the Pastor was launched in Lebanon on 27th March under the slogan ‘Together in service of sustainable Reconciliation’. Imad Karam, who works with For the Love of Tomorrow films in the UK, reports.

Friday, 20 March, 2009

GPS – or Sat Nav – as we call it in England is all the rage. When my wife and I rented a car in Los Angeles we found to our surprise that it had GPS already installed. We got to our destination before we had figured out how to make it work.

Friday, 06 March, 2009
Kim Beazley Jnr at the launch of "Father of the House"

A book launch of Father of the House, the memoirs of the late Kim Edward Beazley, took place on 11 February in the Australian Federal Parliament. As Minister for Education 1972-75, Beazley was responsible for some of the most enduring reforms of the Whitlam Labor Government.

Thursday, 05 March, 2009

Tools for Change Kuala Lumpur – the first conference of its kind to be held outside Switzerland – last week brought together 80 from corporate and civil society sectors, from media and education, to learn more about empowering and implementing change through generating trust, integrity and forming networks for action.

Thursday, 26 February, 2009
Trust and Integrity book cover

A new edition of Michael Smith’s book, Trust and integrity in the global economy, has been published by St Paul Press in Mumbai, India. The book was given a ceremonial launch at a recent ‘Heart of Effective Leadership’ conference at Asia Plateau, the IofC conference centre in Panchgani, on 4 February.

Saturday, 21 February, 2009

The 18th Life Matters Course, held at Armagh, Melbourne, brings healing and direction to 19 participants who came from around Australia and the Asia Pacific region. John Mills reports...

Monday, 08 December, 2008
Pastor James Wuye speaks to an audience of 270 at the C3 Centre at the last public event in Melbourne during his and Imam Muhammad Ashafa's Australian tour.

Two Nigerians internationally famous for their work in interfaith reconciliation spent three weeks in Australia, 24 October to 14 November, as guests of Initiatives of Change. They are Imam Muhammad Ashafa and Pastor James Wuye from the north-central city of Kaduna, where they head the Muslim-Christian Interfaith Mediation Centre.
 

Friday, 11 July, 2008

An International Youth Forum on the theme 'The role of youth: action on the Millennium Development Goals toward a peaceful world' brought 138 young people from 36 countries to Bandung, Indonesia 23-30 June 2008.

Friday, 11 July, 2008

Nigel Heywood, Team Leader, of the international Action for Life programme reports on Conversations that Matter on ‘Leadership and Values’, held on 24th June in Melbourne, Australia.

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