Tuesday, 13 March, 2018

300 attend the 50th anniversary of the MRA/IofC centre in Panchgani, India

Monday, 12 February, 2018
Aboriginal Drumming GRoup2

Collaboration during UN World Interfaith Harmony Week in Calgary

Monday, 29 January, 2018
Marlene Zurgilgen

Caux, Switzerland, November 6, 2017--. Last spring, I had the chance to visit Canada and it was a very memorable one. I am deeply grateful to Mary Ella Keblusek and her husband Andrew for their support and warm welcome.

Monday, 29 January, 2018
Asia Plateau

Memories of two Canadians as Asia Plateau celebrates 50 years

Monday, 29 January, 2018

Quebec participants in Caux Forum learn art of peacebuilding after conflict
Last summer, four people from IofC Quebec participated in the Caux Forum-- Ferdinand Djayerombe Vaweka, Sébastien Brissette, Arber Fétiu and I.
At a meeting held on November 2 at the Maison Bellarmin in Montreal, Ferdinand Djayerombe and I shared our Caux experience with IofC members and others. Noteworthy was the Just Governance for Human Security session.

Monday, 29 January, 2018
IofC Canada Board 2017/18

Meeting goals in challenging times: Topic of AGM, Board retreat
At our virtual AGM on June 17, we discussed the financial situation of IofC Canada. Before that, local teams in Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver held meetings, partly to discuss staffing needs.

Monday, 29 January, 2018
Peace Award to Laurent Gagnon

The Warren Allmand Peace Prize was awarded to Laurent Gagnon at a conference on Living Together, organized by the Union des Africains due Quebec et amis solidaires de l'Afrique (UAQASA).

Monday, 29 January, 2018
Quebec Blanket Exercise

IofC Spreads Awareness of Aboriginal Experience with Blanket Exercise

Sunday, 28 January, 2018
Anna, Caux Scholar 2017

The Caux Scholars Program is a wonderful concept. The idea of bringing together diverse young people from different parts of the world...

Sunday, 28 January, 2018
Peace Circles in Syria

Inter-religious conflict, simmering below the surface or erupting into open war, has been a feature of life in many Middle Eastern countries for years. Iman Al Ghafari recounts how the peace circles she courageously leads in her native Syria and in Lebanon, change hearts and minds. Here are excerpts from her report.

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