Learning Programmes

Caux Peace and Leadership Programme

The Caux Peace and Leadership Programme supports today’s and tomorrow’s changemakers by offering a combined learning and service opportunity to a diverse group of people who stay for a month, and sometimes two, during the Caux summer. Through this unique programme, participants will explore values, leadership and the relationship between personal and societal change.
 


Caux Artists Program

In keeping with the international and multi-cultural "spirit of Caux", the Caux Artists Program has had performing artists, faculty and mentors from Canada, Cameroun, Colombia, Germany, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland , Ukraine, United Kingdom and the USA.


Caux Scholars Program

This four-week academic course enables 20 young leaders to become trust builders through experiential education in conflict transformation and principled leadership. Students will learn how to analyze conflicts, understand the factors that create and sustain them and how to approach conflict resolution. 
 


Summer Academy on Land, Security and Climate Change

The Summer Academy on Land Security and Climate Change will offer mid-career professionals with responsibility for land and land policies training in the ideas and skills, access to some of the top global experts in the field and membership of a growing alumni network for mutual support and exchange of information.


The Young Ambassadors Programme 

The Young Ambassadors Programme, now in its fifth year, provides input and connections for young changemakers from across Europe.
 


Learning to be a Peacemaker 

Learning to be a Peacemaker is a course to help young European Muslims and their non-Muslim peers explore the resources for peacemaking in Islamic texts and history. 
 


Week of International Community

The Week of International Community is an opportunity for 30 individuals based in Europe to explore how the basic principles of Initiatives of Change (IofC) can create trust across cultures and generations, through common service and community-building at the Caux Conference and Seminar Centre. The WIC 2019 will take place from 19-26 June 2019.