Monday, 30 November, 2009
Ambassador Mohammed Sahnoun, special advisor to the United Nations’ Secretary General

The diplomat and former UN Special Envoy in Africa, is working on a draft declaration on human security, drawing on the resources of civil society, writes François d’Alançon in the French daily La Croix, November 27

Tuesday, 13 October, 2009
2008 CFHS Panel with Collin Marks

The Caux Forum for Human Security is looking for a Project Manager. The job starts no later than mid November, with a workload of 50% monthly until May 2010 and 100% in June 2010. Applications to be sent to the Caux Preparation Group (CPG) until 2 November 2009.

Tuesday, 28 July, 2009

Katherine Marshall's article, entitled "Human-land Security, Faith in Action", was published in Georgetown/On Faith, a section of newsweek.washingtonpost.com on 27 July.
Read the article online here >>

Wednesday, 22 July, 2009

Das zweite Caux Forum für Menschliche Sicherheit, das am vergangenen Freitag von Prinz El Hassan bin Talal von Jordanien eröffnet worden war, wurde heute Mittwoch abgeschlossen.

Wednesday, 22 July, 2009

The Second Caux Forum for Human Security, which was opened last Friday by his Royal Highness Prince El Hassan bin Talal, of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, at the Initiatives of Change conference centre above Montreux, closed today.

Friday, 10 July, 2009

The second annual Caux Forum for Human Security (CFHS), 17-22 July 2009, will again seek an honest conversation among those working for peace and human security at all levels, and in varied sectors, worldwide.

Tuesday, 23 June, 2009

Ambassador Mohamed Sahnoun has been awarded the 2007 ‘Elizabeth Haub Prize for Environmental Diplomacy’. The award, which recognizes significant achievements in the field of environmental law and diplomacy, was conferred on May 14 at a ceremony in New York.

Monday, 03 November, 2008

Mohamed Sahnoun, then President of Initiatives of Change International, was the keynote speaker on 1 October 2008 for a national ‘prayer lunch’ in the Swiss Federal Capital, Bern, presided over by the Swiss President, Pascal Couchepin.

Friday, 24 October, 2008

Under development, more coming soon

Friday, 24 October, 2008

A statement from the 2008 CAUX Forum

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