Past programmes

Past programmes

Action for Life 3 participants on the bus, going off for adventures. On the bus, there is a script which looks like Hindi.

Action for Life

Action for Life is a community of change-makers within Initiatives of Change. An intergenerational, multi-faith and multi-national community, it operates through training programmes and small mobile teams, working in partnership with local and regional IofC networks.


Discussion amongst the Pokot group


Agenda for Reconciliation

Conceived first as the title for an international symposium in 1996, Agenda for Reconciliation (AfR) grew into a global network active in conflict prevention and reconciliation. Until 2007 its annual conferences at Caux, in Switzerland, offered participants coming from situations of tension and conflict a safe space and the opportunity to learn from one another.

Dr Mustafa Barghouthi gave Prof Rajmohan Gandhi a tour of the West Bank city of Hebron to enable him to experience first hand the conditions of Palestinians living there.


Gandhi Voyage

In his role as President of IofC International, Prof Rajmohan Gandhi took six months unpaid leave to visit 15 countries with his wife Usha. They were joined in this 'Voyage of Dialogue and Discovery' by various teams of young people.

In a world of competing interests, polarized political positions, growing diversity


Hope in the Cities: Connecting Communities Program

Drawing on 10 years experience tackling racial divides in America, CCFP increases the capacity of communities to solve problems together by creating a network of skilled facilitators, capable team builders, informed advocates and credible role models.