One year after the devastating explosion in Beirut, we meet Zeinab Dilati (also known as Zee) who took part in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2017, 2018 and 2019 as a participant, practitioner and faculty member. Zee, who comes from…
Register now and join the sixth edition of the CPLP Talks on CPLP Voices - Power to Change the World. This is an opportunity to engage and share with young leaders from around the globe who feel strongly about a topic or an issue in the world. Most…
'How do I talk about peace in what feels like the most unequal country in Latin America? How to generate social and sustainable development in a country with an internal war lasting more than 60 years? These are some of the dilemmas I face when I…
Manuela Garay from Canada was part of the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2017 and reflects on the impact her participation has had on her and her perspective on life and other people ever since.
'I wouldn’t have imagined that with a piece of paper, a pencil and a little bit of your time and effort, you can really make a difference in someone else’s life!' - Georgina Flores and Lorena Mier y Teran are the founders of “We Love From”(WLF), a…
Why would a diplomat throw in his career and give up a prestigious job to do something completely different? Find out what made Harmen van Dijk leave the Dutch diplomatic service to pursue a new dream.
Register now and join the fifth edition of the CPLP Talks in a conversation around the gender dynamics of our societies, how they affect our daily safety, why they create inequalities, and how we perceive these dynamics within our different cultures…
'I wish the world had more safe spaces for women and for men, to work together to build safe communities', says Temantungwa Ndlangamandla in her article about gender and safety and explains how her culture had trained her that whenever she was…
How can we all contribute to building a sense of safety for everyone within our communities? The CPLP Talks team convened a dialogue space where they asked men for their perspective on the topic of gender and safety.
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