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Tuesday, 25 April, 2017

This book by Pierre Spoerri is a book of historical research, and a very detailed one at that. Although to some, history may seem only related to the past, it is in fact all about change. Historic knowledge allows us to understand how through adaptation, reform, reshaping and transformation an event of the past evolves into the present-day reality.

Thursday, 20 April, 2017

Amid Toorak’s tree-lined streets lies a house that epitomizes generosity and a vision for a just, peaceful and sustainable world – built on a single, extraordinary, unselfish act. It is now 60 years since Armagh became the Asia-Pacific Centre for Initiatives of Change (then Moral Re-Armament, or MRA) through the magnanimity of industrialist Cecil McKay.

Monday, 10 April, 2017

Newsbriefs April 2017

Friday, 10 March, 2017
Life Matters Workshop 2017

The Life Matters workshop takes place annually in Melbourne over the long weekend of Australia Day. This time around, Sudarshan Suresh discovers more about the philosophy and practice of ‘Life Matters,’ while Luda Kedova interviews three of the 20 participants in the January 2017 workshop.

Thursday, 09 March, 2017

Early in the Southern Hemisphere summer, Ruby Nelson-Will sat down with Executive Officer Athalia Zwartz and assistant Kirsty Argento for an update on the Initiatives of Change (IofC) Roadmap process, and new directions.

Thursday, 16 February, 2017

Shanaka Fernando is the revolutionary pioneer who created a chain of community restaurants called Lentil as Anything. The ‘pay-as-you-feel’ business model became a hit in the 2000s, filling up seats up all operations hours. He was recognized as ‘Australian of the Year’ in 2007, and was also featured on MasterChef with the Dalai Lama in 2012.

Friday, 09 December, 2016

The Promise of Diversity: the Story of Jerzy Zubrzycki, Architect of Multicultural Australia by J.H. Williams and J. Bond.

Thursday, 10 November, 2016
The Forgiveness Project

The Forgiveness Project was founded in 2004 in response to the invasion of Iraq. As a way of countering the rhetoric of retaliation so prominent at that time, journalist Marina Cantacuzino set out to collect stories from victims and perpetrators who had chosen to resolve conflict through dialogue and restorative means.

Tuesday, 18 October, 2016

Newsbriefs October 2016

Tuesday, 18 October, 2016

“What is extremism in my religion, and how can it be countered?” This was the question posed to a panel of religious leaders and commentators who convened during the National Gathering at Armagh in Melbourne on the weekend of 11 June.