Lillie A. Estes
“What are the things that impact people and prevent them from moving forward?” That is the question that has always interested Lillie Estes in her work for social justice.
A disciplined life?
Laura Boobbyer shares some thoughts she has had about quiet times. "It's not that I don't believe in quiet times - I do - it's just that I have always found it difficult to get out of bed! Maybe you have the same problem? My quiet time career, since Initiatives of Change changed my life 20 years ago, has had many ups and downs..."
‘I am Greg Davis and I develop youth groups for kids who don’t go to youth groups’
Severine Chavanne interviews an ex-nightclub bouncer who knows how to engage with inner-city youth.
Invitation Conférence Initiative Dialogue "France - Monde arabe : méfiance ou confiance ?" - Vendredi 7 juin 2013
Dans le cadre du programme Initiative Dialogue, l’association Initiatives et Changement a le plaisir de vous inviter à une conférence-débat sur le thème, :
"France - Monde arabe : méfiance ou confiance?"
De nouvelles pistes pour surmonter la crise de confiance que traversent la France et le monde arabe
le vendredi 7 juin 2013, de 20h à 22h15
Experiencing inner healing and peace - Peace Circles in Nanyuki, Kenya.
Juliana Nakhumicha and Annie Gitu, travelled to Mbuyu, a small village close to Nanyuki, to facilitate a Creators of Peace Circles (CoPC) workshop for 15 women from 15-17 April, 2013. The workshop had been repeatedly requested by a lady who had participated in one of the Peace Circles last year and she wanted her women to experience what she had experienced, i.e. - inner healing and peace.
Changing hearts and minds
More than 70 Americans from 12 states are expected to attend the Healing History: Overcoming Racism, Seeking Equity, Building Community conference in Caux, Switzerland. The US group will exchange experiences with many others from regions across the globe where unhealed racial history and discrimination are obstacles to building healthy communities.
Invitations prochains espaces de dialogue - Mai 2013
L’équipe Initiative Dialogue vous invite à participer à la prochaine rencontre des espaces de dialogue de l’année sur le thème "Identités et responsabilité"
My experience with Initiatives of Change
Being involved with Initiatives of Change (IofC) has not only been an experience but a journey of learning and gaining so much good. It’s been years of personal development in terms of integrity and moral values. Zachariah Muturi, a young Kenyan shares his experience with IofC.
Moving from polemics to dialogue
The DC Interfaith Network had an opportunity to hear from Hal Saunders, distinguished diplomat and founder of the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network, who talked about how to bring the human face to dialogue and move past polemics to true analysis and problem solving.
Shaken out of one's comfort zone
In Juba, we woke to the steady hum of a generator, the slow sweeping of a brush cleaning the patio of our small hotel and the chatter of Al Jazeera TV from that same patio. We had been invited to take part in an April conference in Juba that was to start a five-year journey of healing and reconciliation in South Sudan.