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.

How did Caux inspire you and how did you inspire others in Caux? We want to hear YOUR story! Send your Caux story to communications@cauxforum.org #mycauxstory 

 

CDLS 2017

This year’s CDLS focused on the role of business, and was divided into in three parallel streams: restoration, business, and peace and governance.

CATS 2017

Discover the highlights of CATS 2017!

Jin In

During the 2017 Caux Forum the issue of gender equality has been addressed from different angles and Jin In’s strong message was a captivating and inspiring call to action towards girls’ and women’s empowerment.

Four years ago, she was the first girl to ride a bicycle in her neighborhood, in Kabul. Now, she is a 21-year-old championing the empowerment of young girls in Afghanistan. Sahar Fetrat was one of 20 participants in this year’s Caux Scholars Program (CSP), which ran for four weeks during the Caux Forum.

TIP 2017

Discover the highlights of Towards an inclusive Peace 2017!

TIP 2017

After months of careful planning and hard work, the big moment finally arrived. Towards an Inclusive Peace, a new event of the Caux Forum, was launched on 23 July with some 100 people from 39 countries gathered for the opening session.

Discover the highlights of Addressing Europe’s Unfinished Business 2017!

CDLS 2017

Discover the highlights of the Caux Dialogue on Land and Security 2017!

TIP facebook banner 2017

Follow "Towards an inclusive Peace 2017" live on Facebook!

Christian Picciolini JG

Over five days, 250 participants from 55 countries convened at the Caux Palace in Caux, Switzerland, to address extremes of all kinds. They included diplomats, NGO representatives, business leaders, academics and citizens concerned with human security. The event took a holistic approach to human security, focusing on its six pillars: good governance, sustainable living, inclusive economics, care for refugees, healing memory and food security.

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