Creators of Peace

The Creators of Peace (CoP) initiative was launched in 1991 at the Initiatives of Change conference centre in Caux, Switzerland by the Hon Anna Abdallah Msekwa of Tanzania, a respected politician and leader of her country’s women’s organizations. In her inaugural speech, she urged everyone to 'create peace wherever we are, in our hearts, our homes, our workplace and our community. We all pretend that someone else is the stumbling block…Could that someone be myself?'

CoP is now a global network of people working on different continents through Creators of Peace Circles, workshops, personal encounters, community building activities and international conferences - Caux, Switzerland ’91 and ’94, India 2001, Uganda 2005 and Australia 2009. A delegation attended the UN Women’s Conference in Beijing (1995).

Facilitator

Regina Morris Regina is a Malaysian Coordinator for Creators of Peace. She has been a full-time trainer, facilitator, and coach in the field of personal development for over 17 years. Regina is a member IofC (Initiatives of Change) and is one of the team of facilitators for the Creators of Peace Initiative in Malaysia. Born in Malaysia, Regina is passionate about the integral human development of the person and therefore contributes her time and talents to community-based initiatives such as the running of Creators of Peace Circles to assisting in the empowerment of the marginalised in society.

News
Tuesday, 24 June, 2014
Creators of Peace in Malaysia in 2013

Six women from different walks of life participated in a Creators of Peace Workshop 30 August to 1 September 2013.

Monday, 23 June, 2014
Creators of Peace in Malaysia

On 29 April, we had a casual social gathering amongst ladies to share experiences and connect once again as Creators of Peace. This gathering was organized by Regina Morris and Tia Nair together with Shoshana Faire who helped facilitate the session at Tia and Haridas Nair’s place.

Thursday, 26 June, 2014
Creators of Peace Malaysia

News of Creators of Peace in Malaysia in 2010.

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