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05 July, 2019
Leading with Integrity

Michael Smith’s new book details how decision-making of integrity can lead to positive change.

06 June, 2019
Leading with Integrity

Michael Smith’s upcoming book details how positive decision-making can lead to change.

02 May, 2019

Peter Everington provides a historical perspective on Sudanese who applied IofC values to their nation's need.

04 January, 2019

From the terrifying darkness of a room in Mosul, the northern Iraq city where she was held as a sex slave, to the glittering lights of the Awards ceremony, Nadia Murad, 23, co-winner of the Nobel Prize for 2018, had travelled a long way.

22 May, 2017

Talia Smith, representing Initiatives of Change UK and South Africa, was interviewed for 20 minutes by TV programme host Mike Ji, in his regular 'State of Society/My Story' series on the Kenyan TV station Xperience Media, broadcast on 15 May.

06 April, 2017
Horacio Benitez

Kati Whittacker of the BBC interviewed the Argentine war veteran Horacio Benitez, the Argentine Falklands/Malvinas War veteran, the British army chaplain Rev David Cooper, and Mike Smith, on the BBC World Service entitled The Pity of War in their Heart and Soul series, broadcast on 31 March and 2 April.

16 January, 2017
Joe Karanja and Mike Muikia

Mike Muikia, who met IofC 10 years ago, has started an online weekly reality TV show 'State of Society', where he interviews very ordinary people who are doing amazing work and changing lives. Joe Karanja, an active Initiatives of Change (IofC) member and lawyer from Kenya, shares his story in the following episode, explaining his involvement in IofC and the impact he's created.

07 November, 2016
Mike Smith being interviewed on ANN tv

Michael Smith, Head of Business Programmes at IofC=UK, is the 10th person associated with Initiatives of Change to be interviewed by William Morris on The English Hour, the English-language programme on ANN TV (Arab News Network TV). ANN is broadcast across the Middle East. This latest interview is in three 15-minute sections: business ethics, Mike's personal journey in life, and media ethics.