Tuesday, 13 March, 2018

Rajmohan Gandhi was interviewed on the BBC TV News Channel this month about his grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi, who was assassinated 70 years ago. ‘A leading light of India’s independence movement from the British, his creed of non violence influenced generations of world leaders,’ said his interviewer, Clive Myrie. ‘His grandson himself has been an advocate and activist for human rights, and the author of books exploring his grandfather’s legacy.’

Monday, 05 March, 2018

Ahead of the UK launch of The Man Who Built Peace - The Frank Buchman Story, director Imad Karam explains why this film has such a powerful message for today.

Monday, 26 February, 2018

Luke Addison reflects on the School for Change makers 2018 sponsored trip to the Asia Plateau 50th anniversary celebrations.

Tuesday, 13 February, 2018

In this book 92 people share their personal discoveries resulting from an encounter with Initiatives of Change or its predecessor Moral Re-Armament. ‘Remarkable stories,’ writes Rajmohan Gandhi in the foreword, ‘revealing the hope-giving things that happen when human beings obey nudges from an inner director, an inner source of wisdom-cum-strength.’

Tuesday, 13 February, 2018

Listening Roadshows create honest, but safe spaces that allow communities to connect, listen to one another and discuss a future together. Read more about this one in Birmingham.

Friday, 11 August, 2017

Building a common humanity needs the bricks and mortar of integration. If we are committed to walk the talk towards a common humanity, we should personally take the initiative to reach out to the people who are different from us. People who, loosely speaking, come from other groups. We should listen with empathy why people hold sacred things we view as ordinary, and treat as ordinary things we glorify.

Wednesday, 12 July, 2017
Ken Noble

Kenneth Noble, Secretary of IofC-UK, asks where hope can be found at a time when so many things are going badly wrong.

Wednesday, 28 June, 2017

Nothing could prepare me for the visceral, emotional impact of seeing the burnt out shell of Grenfell Tower in West London, where 79 people are known to have died: incinerated or choked to death with toxic fumes.

Friday, 23 June, 2017

Dr Muna Ismail interviews Aysun Osveren, a Physiotherapist working with the Turkish Red Crescent Society on the conditions faced by Syrian refugees in Syria and the work she does in Mogadishu, Somalia.

Monday, 19 June, 2017

As we progressively see images of extremism, violence and revenge in the UK, on our television sets, in our newspapers and on our news feed, Jodie Marshall, a National Coordinator with Initiatives of Change (IofC) UK, reflects on the action she can take as an individual and possible actions those of us within our network in the UK and internationally might take.

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