The Council of Europe’s Conference of International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGO) launched the ‘Toolkit for Conducting intercultural Dialogue’ on Wednesday, 27 June 2012, during its plenary meeting in Strasbourg, France. The INGO Conference has created the Dialogue Toolkit in response to human rights violations due to issues of diversity and immigration in European countries.
Businesswoman Margaret Heffernan, author of ‘Wilful Blindness’, outlined why greed undermines the social contract and why collaboration is essential to good business, at a recent talk in the City of London.
The Geneva office of Initiatives of Change organized a presentation of the coming Caux Conferences, on Thursday 14th of June. Key speaker was Cornelio Sommaruga, as well as conference organizers and related actors.
A community with a vision to 'be the change you want to see in the world' is emerging in the heart of Ukraine. Evgeniya Koroleva writes about their journey over last two years: The ups and downs of building buildings, building a community and building people.
Chills ran up and down my spine as I felt a heavy emotion settle like a cloud over the training group. What was going on? This was a role-play simulation and yet it felt so real – I had facilitated this particular restorative justice exercise on many occasions in 20 different countries in Africa, but this time it was different.
Declaring that what bankers do matters but 'how we do it matters even more', Lady Susan Rice, Managing Director of Lloyds Banking Group in Scotland, spoke about 'change from within' the financial services sector, and 'how bankers can re-earn trust', at a forum in the City of London on 29 May. It was organised by the think-tank Tomorrow's Company and the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD), and hosted by Linklaters international law firm.
Up to 28 percent of enslaved Africans transported across the Atlantic were children under the age of 16. This is one of the many facts about the experience of children in slavery shared by Dr. Wilma King, author of Stolen Childhood: African American Slave Youth in Nineteenth-Century America.