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Are you still a newcomer after living in Caux for 60 years?
Andrew Stallybrass meets Rabbi Marc Raphaël Guedj who is bringing rabbis and imams together to work for peace.
Few countries have worked so hard to come to terms with their past, to repair, to restore as Germany has.
CORNELIO SOMMARUGA, President of the Caux Foundation, spoke at two public meetings in Geneva in January on ‘Switzerland after the federal elections; the world after the war in Iraq’.
Like most western Europe countries, Switzerland is seeing a rise in asylum applications. Mary Lean finds out how the Swiss are responding.
Dr Bertrand Piccard, now preparing for his third attempt to fly around the world in a balloon, is a psychiatrist in Lausanne, Switzerland. The above is taken from an illustrated lecture he gave at Caux in August.
It's not just the ethereal scenery that brings people from conflict areas to Caux in Switzerland. Mary Lean takes part in a remarkable meeting of hearts.
Jacky Brandt is 'not like other bosses'.
Daniel Mottu lives in Geneva and was President of the Swiss Foundation for MRA from 1977-1987.
The opening of MRA's Jubilee conference at Mountain House, Caux, was marked by the Swiss federal government and by international diplomats and politicians. Kenneth Noble reports.