Reports and Stories
Caux Forum

Caux Forum: Reports and Stories

As we aim to be more sustainable and digital, we will not be publishing a printed report this year. You will find all the reports, stories and highlights of the summer instead on this page. You can discover the highlights and videos in the list below or on our Facebook page.

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Caux Dialoge on Land and Security, CDLS

Discover the highlights of the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security 2018!

CDLS 2018, Caux Forum 2018

On 20 July, the Caux Dialogue for Land and Security focused on sustainable finance and land restoration. The day was introduced by Rishabh Khanna, who spoke of the need to sequester 100 PPM of C02, as our current atmosphere has reached the historic high of 410 ppm, with rapid effects on the climate. Although this would cost almost US$ 4.27 trillion, the investment could create food security, jobs and resolve conflicts.

CDLS 2018, Caux Forum 2018

The participants of the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security 2018, comprise senior officials of governments, parliaments, international organizations, financiers, business, NGOs and media from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, met on July 17 - 21 at the Caux Conference Centre, and have formally endorsed this Declaration.

CDLS 2018, Emerging Leaders Programme 2018, Caux Forum 2018

Discover Nina Bianchi's report on the Emerging Leaders Programme 2018 which was part of this year's Caux Forum event Caux Dialogue on Land and Security.

TIP 2018, Caux Forum

Find out more about the highlights of TIP 2018!

TIP 2018, Caux Forum 2018

During a workshop over three days’ time at Towards an Inclusive Peace, Melinda Holmes, senior adviser and program manager with the International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN), taught participants about gender perspectives in peacemaking.

TIP 2018, Caux Forum

The last full day of Towards an Inclusive Peace was focused on the challenges of reintegration and deradicalization. Amina Khalid, Head of Programme for Sustainable Communities and founder of Peace Begins at Home, and Sergey Markedonov, Associate Professor at Russian State University for the Humanities, led the discussion.

TIP 2018, Caux Forum 2018

Violent extremism touches communities around the globe. There is a need for ways to reintegrate those who have committed violent extremist acts back into their communities. So Towards an Inclusive Peace (TIP) 2018, part of the Caux Forum, explored the power of restorative justice as a peacebuilding approach to transforming violent extremism. Nearly 150 people from over 40 countries took part from 11 to 15 July. In addition to those who had come specially for the event, the 2018 Caux Scholars acted as co-facilitators, helped with logistics and ensured the conference’s success.

TIP 2018, Caux Forum 2018

During a workshop over two days’ time at Towards an Inclusive Peace, Moise “Mike” Waltner, Programme Manager of the International Fellows Programme at the International Dialogue Centre in Vienna (KAICIID), taught participants about inter-religious dialogue as a tool for peacebuilding.

TIP 2018, Caux Forum

On July 13, the third day of Towards an Inclusive Peace 2018, the group opened with a discussion about community approaches to violent extremism.