Monday, 18 July, 2016
Professor Alexander Schieffer,

How an integral, green approach is helping to transform the Slovenian economy.

Thursday, 14 July, 2016
TIGE participant

Tony Bradley, Director of the Social and Ethical Enterprise Development Centre at Liverpool Hope University, and Naomie Lucas, founder and CEO of Southern Wicked Beverages LLC, kicked off the first full day of the Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy (TIGE) 2016 Conference on 6 July with a plenary on Economy for the Common Good.

Wednesday, 06 July, 2016
Mark Moody-Stuart TIGE 2016

Opening the Caux conference last night on Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy, speakers Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, vice chairman of the UN Global Compact, and Laurence Cockcroft, co-founder of global anti-corruption coalition, Transparency International, talked about the corrosive effect of corruption on societies and on people’s trust in businesses.

Friday, 01 July, 2016
Immigration conference speakers

‘The Middle East migration crisis – genesis and response’ was the theme of a four-day conference in London hosted by Initiatives of Change and the Next Century Foundation. The conference brought together leaders from the Middle East and Afghanistan, together with refugees, academics, journalists, and religious leaders.

Thursday, 30 June, 2016
Sakira Suzia

In March 2016, we had a Greencoat Forum with Dr Omnia Marzouk, President of Initiative of Change International with a panel of Muslim leaders and community workers, who spoke about what gives them hope for a successful multicultural and multifaith society.

Monday, 13 June, 2016

From 20 - 23 June, Initiatives of Change and the Next Century Foundation are hosting a free four-day conference exploring the complex causes of the Middle East migration crisis and potential ways forward.

Wednesday, 01 June, 2016
Charity lunch food

Food surplus, pay as you can - the Creators of Peace fundraising lunch in Oxford in May was an exercise in trust.

Tuesday, 31 May, 2016
Participants at talk on Pillars of Trust in the global economy, Copenhagen, 28 May 2016. (Photo: Mike Smith)

Denmark is the world’s least corrupt country, according to the annual corruption perception index drawn up by the anti-bribery watchdog Transparency International. It is also one of the most environmentally aware nations. When 20 people met in the Initiatives of Change residential centre in Copenhagen on 28 May they looked at how to encourage the values that build trust in the economy.

Monday, 30 May, 2016
Ian Monteague, Chair of Glasgow charity FARE (Family Action in Rotherfield and Easterhouse)

Manchester Metropolitan University’s Cheshire Campus, Crewe, hosts ‘inspirational’ TIGERoadshow, attended by social entrepreneurs, small business owners, students and academics

Tuesday, 03 May, 2016
Ampleforth College

‘Systems thinking’ and ‘quiet hunches’ lie at the heart of effective organizations, business leaders discover

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