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I Will Tell International Film Festival in London

01/09/2014 - 19:00 - 09/09/2014 - 21:30

The I Will Tell International Film Festival is a FREE international film festival run in Pimlico, London this year from 30 August to 9 September. They show award-winning films followed by thought-provoking post-screening discussions that break the culture of silence on issues we do not often talk about. It includes the documentary Beyond Forgiving, which depicts the journey of two South Africans to bring healing and reconciliation to their country post-Apartheid.

Trust as social capital

'In recent days, the need for trust, dialogue, honesty and accountability is cited frequently by residents of Ferguson, Mo., as they strive for justice and healing,' writes Rob Corcoran in an article published by the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Turning Points

A series of discussions inspired by the ideas of Frank Buchman

Et si la beauté pouvait sauver le monde

Congrès international à Montréal du 21 au 24 août 2014 : « Et si la beauté pouvait sauver le monde ? Une alternative au mythe du progrès… ».

Bulletin d’I&C Canada - printemps 2014

Lisez l'édition de printemps 2014 de notre Bulletin et découvrez les activités d’I&C Canada grâce à nos Bulletins trimestriels envoyé par courriel ou par la poste. Il est possible de le recevoir en vous adressant à : Courriel

A TIGE Talk by Lawrence Bloom

07/10/2014 - 18:30 - 20:45

Lawrence Bloom is Chairman of Be Energy, a bioenergy company committed to serving planet, people and profit. Lawrence will tell the remarkable story of his journey and turning points in his professional life, from a successful commercial property developer in the City of London to a global environmental activist. He will speak about his spiritual background and his belief in the need for a shift in global business consciousness.

Economy’s purpose is to meet human need

Monsignor Stefano Ottani, presbytery of a Catholic Church in Bologna, Italy, delivered a poignant message from the Church's social doctrine. Ottani pointed out the need to put the economy back in its rightful place. He reminded us that, etymologically, ‘profit’ means do (fit) for (pro), i.e. 'acting for the benefit of’. ‘Profit must therefore benefit people, it must serve them.’ 

Building trust in the heart of community

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• Listen carefully and respectfully to each other and to the whole community

  • • Bring people together, not in confrontation but in trust, to tackle urgent needs

  • • Search for solutions, focusing on what is right rather than who is right
  • • Build lasting relationships outside our comfort zone
  • • Honor each person, appealing to the best qualities in everyone, and refusing to stereotype
  • • Hold ourselves, communities and institutions accountable where change is needed
  • • Recognize that the energy for fundamental change requires a moral and spiritual transformation in the human spirit