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Wednesday, 24 August, 2016

From March 7-11, two Peace Circles took place in two interior villages of Baringo County - Kaptuya and Amaya Villages reaching out to 48 women in total. The two reports showcase how Peace is important for an individual, family, community and nation.

Thursday, 18 August, 2016

Discover the highlights of the 2016 edition of the International Caux Conferences!

Saturday, 13 August, 2016

Discover the highlights of Seeds of Inspiration 2016!

Thursday, 11 August, 2016

« We must be fully authentic as Creators of Peace and advocates for a new story coming from the transformational liberation of our own hearts and minds », said Jean Brown, conference convener as the Living Peace conference came to a close on 10 August 2016.

Tuesday, 09 August, 2016
Bruce Myer

An interview with Bruce Myers, participant in the 1992 Caux Scholars Program, back in Caux in 2016 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the program.

Monday, 08 August, 2016
Syrian women arriving in Lebanon

To be a peacemaker means to be challenged and confronted with my own weakness, and to be tested by God and the universe in order to carry out the task properly.

Saturday, 06 August, 2016

The Living Peace Conference opened on 6 August 2016, bringing together women, and some men, from 43 different countries at the Caux Palace to celebrate all that Creators of Peace has achieved over the last 25 years and to look forward to what is ahead.

Friday, 05 August, 2016
Caux Building

The CAUX-IofC Foundation is looking for a Hospitality Manager based in Caux, Montreux.

Thursday, 04 August, 2016
Bek Brown

As we begin the 25th anniversary conference for Creators of Peace at Caux, 6 women from our global network from Australia, Burundi, Fiji, Norway, Switzerland and Syria will share their reflections on what a 'living peace' means to them. Bek Brown, a member of the Conference Organising Committee, begins by sharing her thoughts on what will make this week of ‘living peace’ so special.

Tuesday, 02 August, 2016
Caux Scholars Program

Caux Scholars Program-Asia Plateau (CSP-AP) is a three-week program held in one of our IofC centers in Panchgani, India. It invites youth leaders, community organizers, and scholars from different countries and cultural backgrounds to learn and experience the integration of sustainable development and peacebuilding.

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