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Monday, July 4, 2016

On 3 July, the 2016 Caux Dialogue on Land and Security held its closing ceremony, capping off five days of honesty, insight, and impactful conversations regarding issues of land degradation and migration between its seventy participants.

Saturday, July 2, 2016

On 1 July 2016 the 2016 edition of the Caux Conferences was officially kicked off. In light of the CAUX-IofC Foundation’s 70 year anniversary, a special all day event was organized on the theme: Crossing Borders, Crossing Cultures: How to Build Trust Around Migration?

Thursday, June 30, 2016
Martin Lees, CDLS

Martin Lees’ keynote speech opened the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security 2016 on June 29 with a sense of urgency about the situation the world is facing today. With over 7.4 billion people and not enough resources, it cannot be stressed enough that habits/behaviors and economic/financial models but also Politics needs to change.

Thursday, March 24, 2016
CDLS, Pastoralists

Humanity faces three enormous, inter-related challenges in the 21st century: mitigating the impact of climate change, feeding the world’s population and preserving the integrity of the planet’s ecosystems. These challenges are felt acutely in semi-arid Africa. In the search for solutions, the County Governments of Baringo and Elgeyo Marakwet in Kenya invited the IofC programme 'Initiatives for Land, Lives and Peace' to partner with them in the organization of a 'Dialogue on Land and Security'.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The third ‘Caux Dialogue on Land and Security’ conference came to an end this past Tuesday, 14 July, after five days of serious questioning filled with lively conversations, intelligent solutions, personal stories and introspective insights.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The focus of the fourth day of the 2015 Caux Dialogue on Land and Security was on the theme of “Building trust for collaboration – a precondition for scaling up land restoration.” The main question addressed during the plenary was “What can be achieved in strengthening relationships essential for governance and peace-building?” The plenary speaker and panelists shone the spotlight on the social dimension of the issues of land restoration and sustainable land management.

Monday, July 13, 2015

The third day of the 'Caux Dialogue on Land and Security' focussed on the question of how we can ensure food is traded in a system that gives incentives to farmers to manage their land and water sustainably.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

The 3rd Caux Dialogue on Land and Security began on Friday evening 10 July. Rear Admiral Neil Morisetti, who was the UK Climate and Energy security envoy from 2009-13, addressed the participants, outlining the importance of issues to be addressed in the conference by stating ‘Increasingly the security community is looking and recognising that environmental risk is as much a threat to national security as to human security’.

Saturday, July 11, 2015
CDLS

On 15 July 2015, the CAUX-Initiative of Change Foundation and World Vision International invite you to a special briefing on the main findings and recommendations of the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security (CDLS) and an afternoon of brainstorming on specific, actionable proposals for scaled-up and adequately resourced multi-sector partnerships to increase the well-being and resilience of vulnerable communities.

Friday, July 10, 2015

The CDLS welcomes a wide mix of individuals from different United Nations organizations, from several dozen NGOs, from civil society at large, with the exclusive participation of governments, students, farmers, policymakers, finance and business communities. The message of this year’s edition of the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security is clear: to place land as high as possible on the SDG and climate agendas, in order to ‘ground’ sustainable development and root it firmly in the soil, in the literal and true sense of the word.

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