2016 CALENDAR

February 19-21, "Creating a dialogue for change: getting to the underlying issues" - the third of five modules of the Community Trustbuilding Fellowship. Location: Richmond, VA

March 5-6, Creators of Peace Circle - a weekend conversation for women to consider obstacles to peace and how to strengthen the inner peacebuilding qualities. Location: Fairfax, VA 

March 11-12, Trustbuilding Workshop in La Grange, GA

March 18-20, "Dialogue delivery: practicing skills for honest conversation" - the fourth of five modules of the Community Trustbuilding Fellowship. Location: Richmond, VA

March 22, 8:30 am -12:00 pm, Unpacking the Census: Five years later - a community conversation with Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones, Dr. John Moeser, Senior Fellow at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, University of Richmond and Dr. Thad Williamson, Director of the Office of Community Wealth Building in the City of Richmond, and other voices from the community. Location: Richmond Times-Dispatch, 300 E. Franklin Street, Richmond, VA 23219 Registration required

April 6, 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Trustbuilding Forum - Dr. John W. Franklin, Senior Manager of the Office of External Affairs at the National Museum of African American History and Culture at the Smithsonian, will explore the subject of "The role of museums in addressing healing, history and culture." This forum provides an opportunity for the Richmond community to learn more about the new museum in Washington and discuss how museums can be transformative places of healing and learning. Location: Library of Virginia, 800 E. Broad Street, Richmond, VA. Registration required. 

April 22-23, "Strategies for engaging all sectors: building & sustaining teams" - the final module of the Community Trustbuilding Fellowship. Location: Richmond, VA

April 28, 6:00 - 9:00 pm - A reception to celebrate 25 years of the Caux Scholars Program "Peacebuidling for the 21st Century - from the Personal to the Global" Introducing Barbara Hintermann, Secretary-General, CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation. Location: Embassy of Switzerland, Washington, DC  By invitation.

June 26-July 24, Caux Scholars Program - A multi-disciplinary approach to conflict transformation, transitional justice, and principled leadership. More Information. Location: Caux, Switzerland

June 29- August 17, Summer conference series in Caux, Switzerland - for more information on each conference 
      June 29-July 3, Caux Dialogue on Land and Security
      July 5-10, Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy
      July 12-17, Just Governance for Human Security
      July 19-23, Addressing Europe's Unfinished Business
      July 19-23, International Peace-Builders' Forum
      July 26-August 1, CATS - Children as Actors for Transforming Society
      August 4-10, Creators of Peace / Living Peace: Celebrating 25 Years of Creators of Peace
      August 12-17, Seeds of Inspiration