Who we are

Initiatives of Change (IofC) is a world-wide movement of people of diverse cultures and backgrounds, who are committed to the transformation of society through changes in human motives and behaviour, starting with their own.

What we do

Vision: a just, peaceful and sustainable world to which everyone, responding to the call of conscience, makes their unique contribution.
Mission: to inspire, equip and connect people to address world needs, starting with themselves. We work worldwide on many initiatives through a network of individuals, groups and organizations.

Focus Areas

Trustbuilding: Peace and social cohesion through trust and reconciliation. Ethical Leadership: Developing a leadership culture based on moral integrity, compassion and selfless service. Sustainable living: Economic justice and environmental sustainability by transformation of motives and behaviour.

Activities around the globe

Lead for Change

Lead for Change 2019 - India

26. November 2019 to 30. November 2019

A 5 day program in India that aims at helping youth find deeper meaning and higher purpose in life and become the change they want to see in our world.

Australians Sharing a New Story: Towards Community Trustbuilding

14. December 2019

Telling the story of the past to make a different future - Come ready to share in the continuing conversation.


Caux Scholars Program - Asia Plateau 2019/20

20. December 2019 to 10. January 2020

The Caux Scholars Program-Asia Plateau (CSP-AP) is accepting applications for our winter peacebuilding program in India.

ICB 8th Biennial International Conference

03. February 2020 to 06. February 2020

Initiatives of Change for Business (ICB) invites you to the 8th Biennial International Conference on the theme ‘Creating Value by Building Trust’ from February 3 to 6, 2020.

Towards a humane world - India

07. February 2020 to 11. February 2020

Help us discover how we can work together in creating a world worthy of passing on to the next generations.

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