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ICAs address causes of deforestation
The rise of global deforestation is popularly recognized as a climate change issue. Yet this is but one layer of damage, as deforestation also constitutes a major threat to the survival and cultural integrity of indigenous groups and other forest-dependent peoples. Indeed, the forest serves as an intricate network of resources and relationships integral to the economic, political, and cultural...
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Winds and Waves
Looking back and forward
Welcome to this November 2016 issue of Winds & Waves, the online magazine of ICA International, on the theme “Looking back and forward”. As editorial team member Rosemary Cairns writes in Behind the Scenes, Winds and Waves is taking this opportunity to look back at past issues and articles as it looks forward to a new life and look from next year on the...
A Chronological History o...
A Chronological History of the Ecumenical Institute and the Institute of Cultural Affairs 1952–1988 Preface The Chronological History 1952–1988 traces the development of The Ecumenical Institute (EI) and the Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA), organizations dedicated to sharing methods and models, which have brought depth consciousness and practical tools for responsible participation to organizations and communities. Both organizations, EI and...