Caux Scholars including Tim from Canada

Caux Scholars Program

(Caux, Switzerland)

This international program, administered in Washington, DC, recruits outstanding students from across the globe for a four-week academic program linked to the international IofC summer conferences in Caux, Switzerland. This multi-disciplinary approach to conflict transformation, transitional justice, and principled leadership prepares a new generation to be peacemakers and trustbuilders.

Caux Scholars video

To get an better idea of the Caux Scholar experience view this short video made by Giang Hoang, from Vietnam/USA.

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Caux Scholars Program – Asia Plateau

(Panchgani, India)

The Caux Scholars Program - Asia Plateau (CSP-AP) is a three week peacebuilding and sustainable development course. It invites youth leaders, community organizers, and scholars from different countries and cultural backgrounds to learn and experience the integration of sustainable development and peacebuilding, including issues such as trauma healing, human rights and gender issues, restorative justice, and non-violent action. 

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Friday, 15 January, 2016
Caux Interns

Nearly every year since 1946, over 1300 participants from all over the world gather in Caux, Switzerland, attending one of the Initiatives of Change (IofC) international conferences held during the summer. A unique characteristic of these conferences is the community life. Participants are invited to join communities of between 12 and 20 people where general topics are discussed in an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect.

Friday, 30 October, 2015

The Caux Scholars Program aims to train young scholars in the fields of peacebuilding, transitional and restorative justice, and reconciliation. The 21 Scholars of the summer 2015 session were from 16 countries. The course is designed to enhance scholars’ already strong capacity to effect change in the world and in their communities. It helps to equip them to be effective advocates for change and positive voices as the world and international systems struggle with how best to achieve peace with justice. Scholars are also trained to be servant-leaders who put the interests of the community before their own.