A conference centre

Now for nearly 60 years an international conference centre for Initiatives of Change (formerly Moral Re-Armament), the Caux centre has enabled groups and individuals of all faiths and races, from north, south, east and west, to come together.


half a dozen conference themes draw participants each year from far and near.

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For example, Konrad Adenauer, who later became chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, and Robert Schuman, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, all visited Caux. It played a role in the post-war Franco-German reconciliation, in the decolonisation process in Africa, and in the dialogue between management and trade unions, and it continues to work at the heart of difficult situations like Cambodia, Somalia and Lebanon.

Post-war reconciliation

the Franc-German reconciliation (Robert Schuman, left, with Frank Buchman in Caux).

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12 July 2011: Ruth-Gaby Vermot-Mangold presented the ‘No Women – No Peace’ temporary exhibition in the CAUXexpo.

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5 July 2011: ‘No women – no peace’ exhibition opens in Caux: A striking temporary exhibition on women peace-makers from around the world was opened today for the summer conference season in the CAUXexpo.

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