Economic justice and environmental sustainability by inspiring transformation of motives and behaviour
Sustainable Living
Economic justice and environmental sustainability by inspiring transformation of motives and behaviour
Thursday, 03 July, 2014

How can we save our environment and improve our agriculture?

Monday, 30 June, 2014

The Caux Dialogue on Land and Security started last night, aiming to look at the connection between people, conflict, peace and environmental degradation.

Monday, 30 June, 2014
Caux Forum for Human Security

Human Security is 20 years old. The anniversary was commemorated by a gathering in Oxford of academics, diplomats and UN officials from over 20 countries. The three-day conference, hosted by Oxford Brookes University, heard from every continent of the impact of the human security approach to global challenges.

Wednesday, 11 June, 2014
Fruit and vegetables

How do we know that the products we use for our daily care are safe? Or whether the drugs we are prescribed are produced in an environmentally friendly way? Can we trust that there are no harmful chemicals in our food?

Friday, 06 June, 2014
Listening to each other

As part of Women’s History Month, a dynamic, experiential, leadership training programme took place at Initiatives of Change UK, from 25 March to 6 May, where sessions were held over six consecutive Tuesdays. Mainly based in London, 20 women from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities participated, representing a rich ethnic mix of Somali, Eritrean, Pakistani, Afghani, Bengali, African Caribbean, Egyptian, Filipino and Ethiopian women.

Tuesday, 13 May, 2014
A good turn out, despite the Tube strike

Despite the tube strike on 29 April, a packed audience attended a forum on mindfulness and sustainable change. Representatives from business and the voluntary sector highlighted the threats posed by mental ill health to British society.

Thursday, 17 April, 2014
Tackling cattle-rustling in Samburu

The work of 'Initiatives for Land, Lives, Peace' in Kenya was highlighted in the quarterly Newsletter of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification.

Thursday, 13 February, 2014
Christopher in Zambia does not have to fall back on his homework

Joseph Karanja has never forgotten the poor and dispossessed in his home area of Eldoret, which in 2007 was the epicentre for inter-tribal violence following presidential and parliamentary elections. Under Joseph’s initiative, solar lights were trialled in Munyaka, a very poor part of Eldoret. Solar lights have been one of the tools used to help transform this community. Remarkable progress has been made in addressing the need for education, employment and income generation, but most significantly this would not have been possible without a strategy to create peace and reconciliation within the community.

Thursday, 05 December, 2013

The Initiatives for Land, Lives & Peace 2013 Caux Dialogue on Land and Security Report is out!

Wednesday, 13 November, 2013
Adhi Scott conducts a youth meeting

Today is no different from any other day - it’s dark, wet, cold and rainy, yet young people are waiting at a street corner in the St Ann’s area of Nottingham. Yet today is different from other days. They are waiting to meet with Maxine Cockett and Adhi Scott, two local youth workers. Maxine and Adhi work with Bringing People Together (BPT), a Nottingham-based community project, which works with Initiatives of Change. My Story is a BPT project which provides a safe place for young people, from all walks of life, to share their experiences and make life choices.