Inspiring, equipping and connecting people to address the world’s needs is the aim behind the projects and actions that are put into place by Initiatives of Change, one of the co-organisers of NESI Forum. This NGO stresses the importance of personal responsibility, ethical leadership and building trust across the world’s divides. Read to the end to find out more about them!
Initiatives of Change (IofC) is a worldwide 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. It is active in 60 countries and formally incorporated in 44 countries. Each national body is independent, but can affiliate to Initiatives of Change International. That makes this movement both local and global, rich and diverse.
Initiatives of Change has got Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, and Participatory Status at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
“We aim for a just, peaceful and sustainable world to which everyone, responding to the call of conscience, makes their unique contribution.”
The European flagship programme of IofC international is TIGE (Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy). This focusses on business and economy, and it’s being hosted in IofC Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, United States and Mexico.
One of the European flagship programme of IofC international is TIGE (Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy). This focusses on ethical leadership and new economic and business models, and it’s being hosted in IofC Sweden, UK, Denmark, Switzerland, United States and Mexico.
Two of the members of Initiatives of Change, Rishabh Khanna and Christiaan Groen, will be facilitating the track on ‘Reshaping organisations for the Common Good’, at NESI Forum. Meet them and find out more about this international NGO in Málaga, on 19-22 April, 2017.
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