This year’s Young Ambassadors Programme (YAP) brought 39 young people from across Europe to Caux for four intensive days of training in how to work for change in their communities. They then took part in the Tools for Changemakers conference, 14–18…
The Armenian-Kurdish-Turkish Dialogue 2019 took place during the Tools for Changemakers conference, bringing together people of Armenian, Kurdish and Turkish backgrounds to explore sensitive issues that affect the relationships between their…
How can the alienation felt by so many young Muslims be healed? Imam Ajmal Masroor believes that the alienation stems largely from the inner conflict generated by feeling caught between two value-systems: the way their parents want them to be, and…
Marc Isserles’s poignant one-man show, We Must Save the Children, comes to life when you discover that his grandparents sought shelter at the Caux Palace in 1945 as Jewish refugees. The play took place as part of the Tools for Changemakers…
After fighting against the German occupation of his country, Norway, Jens Wilhelmsen worked with Initiatives of Change (IofC) in Germany and Japan. In over 70 years of fulltime work for IofC on three continents, his focus has been on trustbuilding…
The first edition of the ‘Tools for Changemakers’ conference took place from 14-18 July 2019 at the Caux Forum. It was based on the conclusions from the conference ‘Addressing Europe’s Unfinished Business’ and marked the beginning of a new three-…
One family’s remarkable journey from Budapest through the Shoah via Bergen-Belsen to Switzerland and Caux. One man’s search and research into his family’s roots. Marc Isserles is a lawyer in Geneva. Two of his grandparents were on the Kastner train…
The Armenian-Kurdish-Turkish Dialogue (AKT Dialogue) will be held again this year at Caux, Switzerland. It will take place during the Forum on ‘Tools for Changemakers – Rebuilding Trust in Europe’.
The Young Ambassadors Programme (YAP), under the aegis of Tools for Changemakers, will brin
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