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Great Company - trust, integrity and leadership in the global economy by Mike Smith

Mike Smith

02 juin, 2015

Great Company

In Great Company Michael Smith argues that, far from the ends justifying the means, the means actually determine the ends. Dishonest and acquisitive means in the events that led up to the crash of 2008 led to disastrous outcome.

MRA: how it all began by Loudon Hamilton

Loudon Hamilton

MRA: how it all began

After service with the Indian Army in France in the First World War, when he was awarded the Military Cross, Loudon Hamilton went up to Oxford and took a two-year philosophy course. Towards the end of that time, in May 1921, Dr Frank Buchman paid his first visit to Oxford. One evening he was a guest in Loudon Hamilton's rooms in Christ Church at a meeting of the Beef and Beer Club. Out of this grew the Oxford Group, now known as Moral Re-Armament.

Ousseimi Foundation Prize for tolerance 2014 Prize brochure

Initiatives of Change: A history of peacebuilding and changemaking

This 24 page booklet describes the 70+ year history of the peacebuilding work of IofC and Caux. It was produced as part of the Ousseimi Foundation's 2014 Prize for Tolerance, awarded to Initiatives of Change.

An Introduction to Initiatives of Change

Initiatives of Change Switzerland

An Introduction to Initiatives of Change

Ever struggled to explain what Initiatives of Change is? This new booklet will help!

The Spiritual Vision of Frank Buchman by Philip Bobbyer

The Spiritual Vision of Frank Buchman

A new book on Frank Buchman, The Spiritual Vision of Frank Buchman, has just been published by Pennsylvania State University Press. It is written by Philip Boobbyer, a history lecturer at the University of Kent in the UK, who is known to many in Initiatives of Change. The book focuses on Buchman's ideas and spirituality, and has separate chapters on the origins of Buchman's thinking, guidance, personal work, theological questions, strategy and organization, and politics and ideology.

No More Bullets by Elsa Vogel

Elsa Vogel

No More Bullets

The story of Elsa Vogel, 88, born illegitimate in France, who survived being machine-gunned at 18 in Paris, and full of hate for the Germans. She met two young women and asked them: 'I have a faith, I go to church and I pray regularly. What is it that you have – and I don’t?'

Beyond Forgiving temporary cover

Beyond Forgiving

Beyond Forgiving is a 28 minute documentary film which depicts the journey of two South Africans to bring healing and reconciliation to their country post-Apartheid. Ginn Fourie and Letlapa Mphalele form an unlikely pair: a black atheist man and a white Christian woman. One has suffered directly from actions of the other, but both have been victims - and risen beyond their pain. What brings them together is a profound story of tragedy, forgiveness and hope.

‘The Power of Silence’ by Graham Turner

Graham Turner

The Power of Silence

Graham Turner explores the power that can be found in silence through interviewing monastics, religious leaders, composers, actors, psychotherapists, prisoners and peace workers about their experiences of practising silence. Ranging from Christian contemplation in the Egyptian desert to Vipassana meditation in India, from the shared silence of Quaker meetings in Oxford to the profound stillness of the Alps, this is a powerful book about a great gap in modern human awareness.

The Promise of Diversity, by John Williams and John Bond

The Promise of Diversity

'Jerzy Zubrzycki was widely described as the "father of Australian multiculturalism". He contributed enormously to the social development of this country.' From the foreword by Malcolm Fraser, Australian Prime Minister, 1975-83.