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BLOG
Unpacking the ideas of guilt, remorse and collective responsibility to a group of young adults.
10 July 2007
PEOPLE BUILDING TRUST
Michael Smith visits a community in rural Jamaica where a remarkable partnership has generated
jobs, dignity and development.

02 July 2007
NEWSDESK
The UK centre for Initiatives of Change (IofC), at 24 Greencoat Place in London, was the venue for a multi-faith, multi-generational community event entitled ‘Where do we go from here?’, held on 16 June. It was led by a team of young people from East and West Europe called Action for Europe (AFE).
Michael Murphy was there.

02 July 2007
NEWSDESK
“Look at all that this nation has accomplished with one hand tied behind our backs. Imagine what would be possible if we engaged everyone and released the other hand!” exclaimed Judge Walter H. Rice, at the IofC national forum, Building Trust in America, in Dayton, Ohio, 15-16 June.
28 June 2007
BLOG
Some thought on the nature of spiritual institutions, political institutions, and their differences.
28 June 2007
Articles
'Passion to change the world can come from two sources. It can come from deep hatred and bitterness or it can come from love – the love that cares and is concerned about the unfortunate.'
25 June 2007
COMMENTARIES
'Birth in one place, growing old in another. And feeling a stranger in two places.' Can we learn to live as neighbours and not as enemies? And can we all live at home, wherever we live?
18 June 2007
BLOG
What have the biblical stories of Abraham, the Aboriginal dreaming stories and the Russian icon-painter Andrei Rublev got to do with each other?
13 June 2007
FEATURES
A high-flying corporate executive dealing with people who were a 'pain in the neck', Dale Ferguson also experienced a literal pain (and tumour) in her neck. Exploring these connections through art, she embarked on an inner journey which changed the course of her life.
07 June 2007
FEATURES
In France, prejudice against Islam has been increasing over recent years, with a proportionate rise in frustration among Muslims. Many are beginning to lose faith in dialogue. Frédéric Chavanne writes about a programme of Initiatives of Change called Initiative Dialogue that is attempting to address these issues.
04 June 2007
BLOG
Frustration over a cancelled train leads to reflection on the flaws of modern capitalism.
01 June 2007
BLOG
When scientists attack and religion and vice-versa nobody wins except the publishers.
30 May 2007
BLOG
Is there a link between creativity and chaos? Or is this just an excuse I tell myself to excuse my disorganization?
29 May 2007
BLOG
After helping lead a two-day 'Discover the Other' workshop in a Muslim school, I take my hat off to the kids who are in the front line of defusing intolerance.
16 May 2007
NEWSDESK
Dr Roddy Evans, with a background in the Protestant Ascendancy, and Jim Lynn, a Roman Catholic born and brought up on the Falls Road, speak about some of the behind-the-scenes ‘miracles’ which played a part in the peace process.
12 May 2007
FEATURES
As young Jews and Arabs in France become more and more violently aware of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one book, So Far Yet So Near, has a particular focus. Nathalie Chavanne meets the book's protagonists.
09 May 2007
BLOG
How can we help build resilience among a group of fifteen-year-old Muslim students in Australia?
07 May 2007
BLOG
Author Marilyn French hoped that the feminist movement would change the world. But, she says, in essential ways nothing has changed.
04 May 2007
BLOG
Michael Kramer has written to announce the launch of a new image library aimed at the public interest and non-profit community.
01 May 2007
BLOG
Last night I met one of Australia's national treasures at the launch of her new book.
01 May 2007
PEOPLE BUILDING TRUST
While Japan's Prime Minister Abe wrestles with improving relations in East Asia, Geoffrey Craig meets an 88 year-old Japanese who has made 80 visits to China.
30 April 2007
BLOG
If only it had been Aboriginals in the Garden of Eden...
30 April 2007
BLOG
With so many cheap plastic and electronic goods available, can I curb my materialistic tendencies?
27 April 2007
BLOG
We are already classified as 'efficient users' of water. Could we do more?
27 April 2007
NEWSDESK
The faith communities need to work more closely together to tackle social ills, such as drug and alcohol abuse, said the broadcaster Indarjit Singh, addressing a Greencoat Forum in London, 24 April.
26 April 2007
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