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NEWSDESK
As tensions in Fiji mounted over the threat of a military coup, a major international IofC conference entitled New hope from Fiji: making this a vision possible took place in the capital, Suva, with joint sponsorship from the Fijian government’s Ministry of Reconciliation and National Unity and the New Zealand government.
01 December 2006
NEWSDESK
Imam Dr Abduljalil Sajid, one of Britain’s leading Muslims, and his wife Jamila have been visiting Australia as guests of Initiatives of Change as part of IofC’s mission to build bridges of trust across the world’s divides.
30 November 2006
PEOPLE BUILDING TRUST
Like Sydney’s iconic Harbour Bridge, David and Jane Mills try to span the city’s divides.
02 November 2006
GUEST COLUMN
Often the strangers on the edge are the only people who can see the future as well as the past
01 October 2006
REFLECTIONS
The realisation that God's longing for our love is as great as our longing for his and the role of prayer
01 October 2006
A DIFFERENT BEAT
The year 2007 will be the 200th anniversary of William Wilberforce leading the battle to end the transatlantic slave trade.
01 October 2006
FIRST PERSON
Teaching English in China was an eye-opener for Rob Neal.
01 October 2006
PROFILE
Mishkat al-Moumin fought for human rights under Saddam Hussein, and survived assassination attempts as Minister of the Environment in Iraq's interim government. She talks to Bob Webb.
01 October 2006
NEWSDESK
A Global Indigenous Dialogue (GID) on the theme, 'Understanding our Roots: from healing to harmony' marked the United Nations International Day of Indigenous Peoples in Caux.
01 October 2006
FEATURES
What is it like to organise a Caux conference? Justin Walford finds out
01 October 2006
FEATURES
Michael Smith takes part in a conference that brings together business professionals, farmers and journalists seeking ethics at work.
01 October 2006
FEATURES
Although some of the Lebanese travelling to the conference managed to get to Beirut airport before it was closed, their families were still at home. For those who came, the stay at Mountain House could not be peaceful, but they had the courage to share their feelings about what was happening in their country.
01 October 2006
FEATURES
Ibrahima Fall, UN Special Representative for the Great Lakes Region in Africa, talks to Themon Djaksam about the themes of the conference.
01 October 2006
FEATURES
Themon Djaksam joins Africans from across the continent to address the issues of corruption and good governance.
01 October 2006
LEAD STORY
Whether you're a clown, a singer, an actor or simply a member of the audience, you have an impact on the world, Mary Lean discovers.
01 October 2006
COMMENTARIES
I first went to Caux, the Initiatives of Change (IofC) conference centre in Switzerland, as a starry-eyed drama student in 1992. It changed my life, setting me on the road to faith and opening my eyes to a world in need in which, I discovered, I could play my part in making a difference.
01 October 2006
EAR TO THE GROUND
Are you still a newcomer after living in Caux for 60 years?
01 October 2006
PEOPLE BUILDING TRUST
A refugee gets ex-combatants, NGOs, military and police officers working together. John Bangura tells his story to Mike Brown...
15 September 2006
GUEST COLUMN
We all need to step out of our respective intellectual ghettos and say, ‘I am open-minded’, according to Professor Tariq Ramadan.
01 August 2006
REFLECTIONS
For the first time I recognised my addiction, the constant habit of blaming myself because of my inadequacies.
01 August 2006
A DIFFERENT BEAT
A unique sacred space in the heart of London where people of all faiths, or none, can meet with others from different traditions and explore differences in a spirit of friendship and respect.
01 August 2006
NEWSDESK
Dolen Cymru (the Wales-Lesotho Link) was launched in 1985, sustained on the Welsh side by a voluntary national committee.

Twenty-one years after it was launched, the world’s first nation-to-nation twinning is moving up a gear, reports Paul Williams.

01 August 2006
FAC ESSAY
Hennie de Pous reads a controversial report on Islam, and concludes that its critics were missing the point.
01 August 2006
FEATURES
Why is Bolivia’s controversial new President so popular in his country? Andrea Cabrera Luna explains.
01 August 2006
LIVING ISSUES
Jessica Fleischer couldn’t live without a cigarette. Or could she?
01 August 2006
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