The Man Who Built Peace – Oxford

Buchman rally with remaking the world below

'The Man Who Built Peace' is being shown in Oxford on 15 November.

Fundraising clothes swap

Creators of Peace recently ran a fundraising clothes swap afternoon to raise awareness of where our clothes come from and go to.

Oasis Quiet Day in Oxford

Come and consider tools for seeking deeper wisdom, for discerning priorities for action and for refreshing the heart. Whether you seek to build peace, honour the environment, struggle for justice, visit the lonely or campaign against poverty, take a day to pause, ponder and plan.

The struggle for human rights in Zimbabwean mining

Farai Maguwu

Join us for an evening with Farai Maguwu, founding Director of the Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), a leading organization working on improved governance of natural resources in Zimbabwe. He will be speaking at the Oxford Department of International Development.

What Britain did in Palestine - a talk in Oxford

Five evening discussions with people who have found a starting point for bringing positive change. On the last of our evenings, Dr Mary Embleton, a historian of the British Mandate period, will speak on What Britain did in Palestine, and why it matters after showing the short documentary film, Britain in Palestine, 1917-1948.

Mobilising a Million People - Australia’s Sorry Day movement - Oxford

Five evening discussions with people who have found a starting point for bringing positive change. This evening's topic is 'Mobilising a Million People'. John Bond was Secretary of Australia’s Sorry Day movement which enlisted a million people in healing the harm done by tragically misguided policies towards Aboriginal Australians – for which he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. His current role involves supporting people in many countries to overcome corruption, heal historical wounds, and develop dialogue in situations of tension and conflict.

The Man Who Built Peace – the Frank Buchman Story - Oxford

Five evening discussions with people who have found a starting point for bringing positive change. The third explores why someone who created a global network starting in Oxford in the 1920’s, and was decorated by France and Germany, Japan and the Philippines for his contribution to reconciliation between them after the Second World War, so little known?

The wounds of colonial history - Oxford

Five evening discussions with people who have found a starting point for bringing positive change. The second reflects on the wounds of colonial history with Talia Smith, originally from South Africa, who has recently spent eight months in Africa, listening and giving training in peacebuilding.

What is the role of faith in offering leadership to all - Oxford

Five evening discussions with people who have found a starting point for bringing positive change. The first looks at what is the role of faith in offering leadership to all? Do people of faith have a particular responsibility for reaching out to those beyond the boundaries of their own traditions?

Being the change, Oxford

Five evening discussions with people who have found a starting point for bringing positive change.

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