Media Coverage
Media Coverage
Saturday, 29 December, 2012
Don Loughman

An obituary of Don Loughman, the Westminster Theatre's production manager from 1961 and theatre manager from 1967 until his retirement in 1999, has been published in the online edition of The Guardian, 29 December, 2012.

Sunday, 25 November, 2012

'Singer strove to build bridges' is the headline in The Age in an obituary of David Mills.

Wednesday, 21 November, 2012

The popular radio programme ‘Les Dicodeurs’ is being broadcast daily this week from the Great Hall of the former Caux-Palace on the RTS la 1ère, the first programme of the French-Swiss national radio.

Wednesday, 31 October, 2012
Russi Lala

The Sunday Island, Sri Lanka, carried an obituary of Mumbai editor and author, and Initiatives of Change stalwart, Russi Lala, on 28 October.

Tuesday, 30 October, 2012
The Fullness of Life – Reflections on the Lord’s Prayer for today’s world by Mike Smith book cover (cropped)

Under the headline 'Facing up to the challenges set by the Lord's Prayer', The Catholic Times, UK, reviews the new book The fullness of life. 'The author, Michael Smith, is unafraid to look at the deep and even controversial aspects of the "Our Father", the prayer that Christ himself gave us,' writes Joanna Bogle. 'The result is a helpful book, with an uplifting and faith-filled message. The author tells some poignant and useful anecdotes--about forgiveness and how enriching and healing it can be, about honesty in prayer, about our responsibilities towards the poor and needy. The book's strength lies in its honesty.'

Tuesday, 30 October, 2012

The Sydney Morning Herald has today published an obituary of David Mills, who died recently following a two-and-a-half year battle with multiple myeloma, entitled 'The Humble life that made a difference' .

Tuesday, 09 October, 2012
Asia Plateau

The Indian Express, a major paper in India, reports on the role Asia Plateau, the Initiatives of Change centre in India, is playing in the battle against corruption.

Tuesday, 28 August, 2012

Under the headline 'What binds them together', Africa Today magazine publishes an article about the work of Yahaya Ahmed to sell energy saving cooking stoves across the Sahel region of northern Nigeria.

Thursday, 03 May, 2012
Archie Mackenzie

The Times newspaper, UK, today carries a full obituary of the diplomat Archie Mackenzie who was Britain's Minister for Economic and Social Affairs at the United Nations in the 1970s. The subheadline describes him as: "Diplomat and founder member of the UN who was a leading advocate of action to address the developing world’s economic problems".

Tuesday, 24 April, 2012

A major feature in the the Economic Times, Mumbai, April 19th, looks at the way that the German multinational engineering company Siemens has cleaned up its act after the scandal which led to the company admitting to several bribery charges and paying around $1.6 billion in fines.
So successful has been the turn-around that another engineering giant, Tata Group, is studying it closely with a view to licensing some of the processes.