Thursday, 21 January, 2016
Volunteers Ceremony

We are pleased to announce that applications for Interns and Volunteers of the 2016 Caux Conferences are now open!

Monday, 18 January, 2016
Caux Communications Team

The CAUX-IofC Foundation is looking for a communication intern (50%), starting mid- February until mid- June 2016.

Friday, 15 January, 2016
Caux reception

The CAUX-IofC Foundation is looking for an External Relations Officer (80%) for the Geneva office.

Friday, 15 January, 2016
Young People teaser

The CAUX-IofC Foundation is looking for a Caux Training Coordinator (40%) to work closely with the Intern Leadership Programme Coordinator and others in responsible positions at CAUX-IofC.

Thursday, 14 January, 2016
Caux Scholars Program photo for  right side panel of US website

We are accepting applications for our summer peacebuilding programme in Switzerland. The Caux Scholars Program (CSP) is a one month academic programme that teaches students how to be peacebuilders in every facet of their lives. Application deadline: February 19, 2016.

Tuesday, 05 January, 2016

'I am a leader not a follower', a chant by 14 Participants from South Africa and Zimbabwe who underwent the Change in Progress programme from the 4-15 December 2015, at the Golden Gate camp site, Free State Province, South Africa.

Tuesday, 05 January, 2016

In the South African newsletter find out about the articles on the violenece of todays world, Report of the Change in Progress camp and the story of Wilhelm Verwoerd.

Thursday, 12 November, 2015

in Nandi South Count in kenya, the Creators of Peace team had a follow up meeting. The area is predominantly inhabited by the Luhyas from mostly Maragoli& Tiriki, and the Kalenjin communities. These diverse group of woman appreciated Creators of Peace follow up meeting that rekindled their desire even more, to do more peace work, because to them, they believe that this is more than a responsibility; it’s a calling from God to serve.

Monday, 02 November, 2015

Kabazi is a farming area located between Nakuru and Nyahururu town. Kivumbini and Bondeni are two slum areas of Nakuru County inhabited by a diversity of tribes including the Kenyan Somalis, Kikuyus, Luos and Luhyas among many other communities. This being an area in the city, life can never be that easy as everyone is busy trying to make ends meet. Hence, little time to reflect.

Monday, 02 November, 2015
mike Muikia

The 8th October 2015 gathered together Universtity and high school students who aspire to be future media professionals. The 'Effective Living and Leadership' session focused on being a good media professional who is also a good human being and the moral + ethical challenges a media practitioner faces.