Friday, 19 July, 2019
Ine van Emmerik

Ine van Emmerik is leading a language café in Utrecht, The Netherlands; where a small group of women from different parts of the world (Afghanistan, Tunisia, Syria, Kenya) meet for open conversations in Dutch. They are following regular courses in Dutch and taking the required exams. This language café is an extra activity to practice speaking the language.

Tuesday, 16 July, 2019

Michael Smith, former Head of Business Programmes at Initiatives of Change, UK, has written a new book, titled ‘Leading with integrity’.

Friday, 05 July, 2019
World Refugee Day speakers

Initiatives of Change UK hosted a moving and thought-provoking event on Wednesday 26 June, to show solidarity with refugees and discuss the migration crisis with an esteemed panel of speakers.

Tuesday, 02 April, 2019
Newbury mosque

The headline for a major article in the Newbury Weekly News on 28 March was ‘Terrorism will never keep us apart’. The subheading was ‘Local community shows its support for Newbury Muslims in the wake of the shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand’. Howard and Maria Grace, with a dozen others, displayed solidarity with local Muslims as they arrived at the mosque for Friday prayers on 22 March.

Thursday, 28 March, 2019
4Bs - violence interrupters

Breaking Barriers Building Bridges’ (4Bs) walk the streets of Nottingham city centre and encourage young people to #droptheknife

Monday, 11 February, 2019

There's always a warm welcome at IofC

See what Paul's been up to only a month into the job.

Friday, 11 January, 2019

The new National Director of IofC UK greets his new colleagues and friends after his first week at work

Thursday, 10 January, 2019

Initiatives of Change UK is recruiting aspiring young writers, content creators keen to develop their skills and become next generation storytellers. IofC aims to support and inspire young people to maximise their potential, creativity and talent.

Thursday, 29 November, 2018
Yemen, Hudaydah, October 2018 - Local women (picture by partner organisation Helping Group)

Yemen's humanitarian crisis is the 'worst nightmare than you can imagine' and getting worse by the day, says Families Relief founder, Abdool Kadir.

Wednesday, 28 November, 2018
IofC Erasmus+ associates with Edventure peers visiting SHARE, a Library of Things in Frome (Photo Owen Evans)

In November adult educators from Somalia, Eritrea and Peru-Spain, linked to the Erasmus+ project Migrants and Refugees as ReBuilders, organised a field trip to Frome, Somerset, to study community enterprises set up by a local organisation, Edventure.

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