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Monday, 23 March, 2020

We regret to announce the postponement of the Pan Africa Conference on Governance, Ghana

Monday, 20 January, 2020

Decades later, Africa still has too many examples of countries and their people damaged by poor or corrupt governance. A crisis that must be tackled if Africa is to reach its potential so often written or spoken about.Good governance has been signaled as the cornerstone of sustainable development by the Africa Union in its forward-looking roadmap, “The Africa we Want – 2063”, but, this was also emphasized more than 20 years ago by former Secretary General of the UN, Kofi Anan. “Good governance is perhaps the single most important factor in eradicating poverty and promoting development,” he concluded.  And 10 years before that, the World Bank raised a red flag about the lack of good governance when it noted: “A crisis of governance underlies the litany of Africa’s development problems”.  

Tuesday, 05 November, 2019

Seventeen ladies from different academic courses from the Young Woman Christian Association participated in the Creators of Peace Circle. Participants were very expectant, eager to learn and found the methodology of training, especially the introductions with the string, very exciting. The training was participatory and participants actively engaged in group discussions, sharing ideas and experiences. With outcome of committed woman advocating change in their community

Friday, 06 September, 2019

Creator of Peace team visited Ennerdale spend time with the Gracefully Broken group from the Hidden With Christ Restoration Center. The restoration center is a drug rehabilitation center with a vision to rebuild a person’s brokenness and give hope again of a life God intended. The Center was founded by Mr and Mrs Morvine Beste, who daily care and pass on many life values, including a remaining process where the group calls themselves the ‘gracefully broken’. This concept is based on the situation they are in - a journey to overcome.

Friday, 06 September, 2019

Today I am change in progress and certainly I am better than I was a year ago. I may not be where I want to be, nor can I go back and change my past, but I can build a better future for myself. I believe that everything happens for a reason and for a purpose because if I had never gone through these challenges, if I hadn’t come here (to Caux), my life would still be moving in circles and still living in my comfort zone.  However, I am here today because challenges were never meant to destroy nor to define me but more to build me. I didn't take a short cut, I faced it all, I took the hardest but the most fruitful decision and I am proud of this person I am today.

Saturday, 27 July, 2019

Meaning and Impact of Relationships, Change in Progress mini camp that took place at the Don Bosco Centre for a group of 29 Youth. t’s said that the youth is the hope of our future and this sums up the ideology behind Change in Progress programme. The programmes vision is to develop self-awareness and mentor youth in their transitional phases such as from teen to young adult, from a schooler to a student, ect. This leads to development of soft skills like as self-esteem, morals, introspection, positive attitude, problem solving and Time management relates skills among others. The programmes mission is to have camps, retreats, community outreaches and dialogues.

Friday, 26 July, 2019

The Creators of Peace team invited to Johannesburg Inner city to deliver inner healing and

Saturday, 27 July, 2019

Creators of Peace and the City of Johannesburg Graduation Ceremony its a Collaboration that hosted the graduation ceremony for 300 participants who went through the Social intervention programme to upgrade the disadvantage communities. This is the 5th group of graduates of this programme. Many modules are explored during this programme, e.g. Emotional Intelligence, Rights and Responsibilities, Occupational Skills, Spiritual well-being, Health, to name a few.  Creators of Peace and Initiatives of Change (IofC) were approached by this department within the City of Johannesburg, to help with the module of ‘Inner Healing’.   This is the second year that the Creators of Peace Circles team have been part of this intervention programme.

Saturday, 27 July, 2019

The Art Dialogue aimed to help the participants deepen their understanding of freedom and give the concept a new meaning in their lives. Secondly, have people spend their day appreciating artwork from their fellow community members who are unknown or unrecognized to hear their stories behind their art and that helped them free themselves while gaining a new perspective on life.  It was also an opportunity to share thoughts through fun activities and engage in a conversation about their freedom in South Africa.

Saturday, 27 July, 2019

The residential area that was formerly a farm named Vlakfontein, situated South of Johannesburg is now an area occupied by the most disadvantaged diverse community with daily challenges of abuse, suicides, gangsterism, hate, anger and children being orphaned. The invitation to go through a Creators of Peace Circle was for the group to find inner healing from past traumas; to lead a positive and better lifestyle; have‘self-forgiveness’ and acceptance as well as forgiveness for the perpetrators who have caused their pain; develop better communication skills; deal with anger and move forward in life and reach their dreamt-of goals. Ninety percent of the participated young men and women have gone through severe traumas and never received any counseling.

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