International Theological Camp 2016

30 July – 06 August, 2016 Childhood in the Bible: A Journey from the Old to the New Testament Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Whoever becomes humble like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.  Whoever welcomes one such child in my name … Read More

International Work-camp camp 2016

6-13 august 2016 Felicità, felicidad, happiness, bonheur, Glück, шчасце, 幸 せ, ευτυχία, счастье, mutluluk, kabungahan. We seek it and we know what we want to find… We are more and more influenced by economy-related issues where happiness is measured in terms of financial wealth or portrayed as a product to buy. Our long working hours are pawned for ​food​ and … Read More

International Political Camp 2016

August 13-20, 2016 Migration Breaking down boundaries on a journey towards a common home International Political Camp 2016 From the very beginning, humans have always been on the move, seeking safe refuge and livelihoods. However, in today’s ‘globalized’ world – where goods and capital can move freely – people fleeing from wars, repressive regimes, poverty and climate-induced crises encounter … Read More

International Political Camp 2015

Peace Pedagogy: towards new paradigms for people’s security In a world where the term ‘security’ has become a synonym for protecting the elites in their pursuit of economic gains at the expense of human and ecological communities and often by military and para-military means, activists have been increasingly emphasizing the need to advocate for a new international political paradigm: security … Read More

International Political Camp 2013

Sunday, August 5 – Sunday, August 12   Click here to download the manifesto of this year’s camp!   No just peace is possible without ecological justice For many years there has been a growing awareness that rampant human exploitation of the Earth is no longer sustainable. The struggle is not only ecological, but social: throughout the globe we see … Read More