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The IC Centre for Governance was inaugurated in December in New Delhi, although it will function at Asia Plateau, Panchgani, in western India.
01 April 2004
CORNELIO SOMMARUGA, President of the Caux Foundation, spoke at two public meetings in Geneva in January on ‘Switzerland after the federal elections; the world after the war in Iraq’.
01 April 2004
A SERIES OF signed commentaries has become a weekly feature on the international website of Initiatives of Change.
01 April 2004
Representatives from communities from around the UK got together to discuss initiatives being undertaken to bring opportunities to deprived areas.
01 April 2004
'While we want the link to be of real benefit to Lesotho... we also see the link as necessary for Wales.'
01 February 2004
The city of Coventry in the English Midlands has had a long and honourable tradition in peace building, since its 14th century cathedral was destroyed in 1940.
01 February 2004
Ten years ago, Richmond, Virginia, caught the attention of the USA with its bold public acknowledgement of its painful history -a leading exporter of slaves to southern plantations for more than a century.
01 February 2004
In October the United Nations reached agreement on a groundbreaking Convention Against Corruption. 9 December has been proposed as a new annual International Anti-Corruption Day.
01 December 2003
The South Pacific island nation of Fiji has experienced three coups d’etat since 1987.
01 December 2003
During the summer conferences in Caux prominent figures delivered a weekly series of public lectures. Some are mentioned elsewhere in this issue but here we report four of them.
01 October 2003
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