The Emerging Leaders programme at the Caux Dialogue on Environment and Security aims to bring together young leaders to find and share effective, creative and inspiring solutions to the complex issues of migration, land degradation, and conflict.
The world stands at the most crucial point in its history. The health crisis has overshadowed the even larger crisis we are facing as humanity – climate change. We have five years to avoid climate change accelerating to truly dangerous levels, bringing profound political, social and economic consequences. As the world pauses in quarantine we have an opportunity to regroup and re-imagine the future that we want to see.
Why land and security solutions need to be forged together to respond to the threats posed by climate change and create a more peaceful world: The Summer Academy will not only equip professionals with an understanding of the issues, and the methodologies to deal with them, it will also forge a network of ‘land, security and climate alumni’ who can draw on each other’s strengths.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Young Ambassadors Programme 2020 meant to take place in Caux this summer has been postponed. We are currently running online gatherings and in-depth trainings developed specifically for the YAP alumni network.
The Creative Leadership conference will embark from the belief that creative leadership comes from the depths of our beings. In short from who we are. After looking at the personal level, we will journey on to exchange experiences and to create a new form of global leadership, which responds to the needs of our time. During the online conference we will explore ‘What is Creative Leadership?’ and develop a deeper and wider understanding of what…
For many communities in sub-Saharan Africa, a drama is unfolding. Under the pressure of growing population, changing climate, and sometimes mismanagement, land capable of supporting life is becoming scarce. People are getting poorer, young people are looking for a seemingly better life in the city, in Europe, or perhaps by joining armed groups.
Tools for Changemakers – Shaping the Future Together Through Dialogue is a three-day online event that aims to bring together people of all backgrounds who are passionate about contributing to making their communities cohesive and inclusive places, where each member’s voice is considered.
Welcome to a two-day training course on negotiation skills for non-profits and international organisations. In the training you will gain insights and practice skills to deal with everyday as well as complex negotiation challenges. Whether you are raising funds, managing projects, steering communications or advising on governance or HR, this training is for you.
The Group Facilitation Methods (GFM) training will teach you versatile, powerful techniques for structuring group conversations and finding group consensus. These will allow you to make meetings more effective, engage groups to develop creative solutions and to help groups identify and understand their shared ideas and goals.
This Group Facilitation Methods (GFM) training will be held in German. The course will teach you versatile, powerful techniques for structuring group conversations and finding group consensus. These will allow you to make meetings more effective, engage groups to develop creative solutions and to help groups identify and understand their shared ideas and goals.
In this course on how to hold difficult conversations you will learn methods and tools that can be used to analyse conflict, to structure conversations towards positive results, and to help develop confidence in managing difficult working relationships and tricky moments in a constructive and sensitive way.
The Participatory Strategic Planning (PSP) training will teach you 4-stage process (Practical Vision, Underlying Contradictions, Strategic Directions and Implementation Plan) for planning and implementing medium to long-term strategies for teams, departments, communities and organisations.
The Designing Participatory Events (DPE) training will teach you how to make the best of the skills and methods you already have by improving your process design skills to best meet the needs of a group and its task.
There has been considerable thought applied to the nature of change, how to describe it, and how best to understand it, approach it or bring it about. This two day course offers ICA’s perspective on change in an organisational context, introducing a series of tools and frameworks which enable people to take a more holistic view and ensure that the “human factor” is included.