Download some of the speeches held at the International Caux Conferences 2007:
Agenda for Reconciliation: Can Integrity, Respect and Justice Lead to Dignity for All? (13-19 August)
- Prof. Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd, Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Leiden: ‘Peace and Religion’
- Prof. Dr. Gerrie ter Haar, Professor of Religion, Human Rights and Social Change, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague: ‘Belief and Culture Fuelling or Resolving Conflict?’
- Sushobha Barve, Director, Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation, Delhi: ‘Dialogue & Trust are keys to overcoming the World’s divides’
Tools for Change (4-11 August)
- Michael Smith, UK: 'Networks for Action'
- Dr Visier Sanyü, Australia: 'Trust building in a divided World'
- Jean Brown and Pari Sanyü, Australia: 'Quiet Time'
- Alex Birnberg, Australia: 'It started with some celery'
- Ren-Jou Liu, Taiwan: 'Deep Healing and Rebirth of Life'
- Zeke Reich, USA: 'Deep Hospitality: Creating Space for Change'
Openness and Trust between the Generations (26 July - 2 August)
- Ren-Jou Liu, Taiwan: 'Happy Marriage, Happy Family'
- Julie Wilhelmsen, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs NUPI: Introduction to the meeting on openness and trust between generations
- Leif Hovelsen from Norway describes an unexpected meeting with the German President Gustav Heinemann
A grassroots dialogue of civilizations (20-24 July)
- Opening session: Speech of Andrew Stallybrass, Geneva (partly in French)
- Opening session: Speech of Frédéric Chavanne, Paris (French)
Building trust and integrity in the global economy (13-18 July)
- Genevieve LeBaron, York University, Toronto: 'Can the new global economy really achieve a more secure world?'
- William Morris, Secretary General of The Next Century Foundation, London: 'Pathways to a Secure World: Taking Notice of Hope'
Official day (14 July)
- Speech of Ambassador Pierre Combernous, Head of Political Affairs Division II, Asia/Oceania, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Berne (French)
Servant community - values, responsibility and leadership (5-11 July)