1878 - 1961
Frank Buchman was an American Lutheran minister who founded the Oxford Group/MRA/Initiatives of Change.
1908 - 1965
British journalist, playwright, rugby captain of England, and followed Buchman as leader of MRA.
1906 - 1988
Anglican priest, versatile author, and pioneering playwright of MRA.
Charlotte van Beuningen
Dutch Charlotte van Beuningen was decorated by Queen Juliana for heroism in WW II.
A true story of hurt, hate and hope, from Kenya and South Africa
All her paths are peace: women pioneers in peacema...
Sixteen stories of women whose daring acts have made a difference in the world
The Forgiveness Factor: stories of hope in a world...
A treasure trove of stories, written by one of the best writers of the movement.
Forgiveness: breaking the chain of hate (2002)
Breaking the chain of hate and the hold of history. Remarkable stories.
Reaching for a new world
A history of Initiatives of Change in The Netherlands.
An English Pilgrim in Northern Ireland
A love affair with Northern Ireland and England
1910 - 1993
An American cook, mother, and wife of British playwright Alan Thornhill.
"Caux is the place!"
How the international Caux conference centre was born.
News item, Opinion
Peace-Building and Forgiveness
The subject of forgiveness has climbed into newspaper headlines, political speeches and scholarly literature around the world.
Australian Conference Breaks Barriers
'Together we can make a world of difference'
Bringing a Nightmare to An End
The people of Pforzheim, Germany, suffered dreadfully in World War II-and a British aircrew paid a terrible price.
Fathers and Sons
My attitude to my son changed when I asked my own father for forgiveness.
Coventry Continues Role of Peace-Making
The city of Coventry in the English Midlands has had a long and honourable tradition in peace building.