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Antoine Jaulmes

                 
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Antoine Jaulmes is an engineer from the Paris School of Mines (Paris Tech) later trained in business and finance at HEC Business School, Antoine Jaulmes has worked for 30 years with PSA Peugeot Citro├źn, holding various positions in production and R&D; he is now Director of the Light Commercial Vehicles R&D Platform. A longstanding writer and journalist for the French magazine Changer, he is also the President of the CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation, Switzerland and Vice-President of IofC France board. His interests include inter-religious dialogue, reconciliation and change in professional as well as personal life, history, sport, nature and garden. He has four Franco-Dutch children in their late teens or early twenties. He lives Antoine Jaulmes' conviction is that there is a responsibility for all to act to help solve our global crises and conflicts (bringing together opposed communities, overcoming religious barriers and other prejudices and creating dialogue; reconciling the spiritual and the material and helping each individual find a balance and a purpose in life"). If we don't do it, then who will? And of not now, when?

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Thursday, March 27, 2014 (10 comments)      Share on Google Plus Submit to Twitter Add this Page to Facebook! Share on LinkedIn Pin It! Add this Page to Fark! Submit to Reddit Submit to Stumble Upon

As tensions rise, it is high time to address Europe's unfinished business Russia's invasion of the Crimea is an indication of the build-up of ethnic tensions within Europe. Could the answer lie in a re-launching of European peace project, with a specific emphasis on the questions of cultural and ethnic identities?

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Kenya terrorist attacks: What will it take to ensure our security? The Westagate shopping mall attack shows that ever-indreasing violence claims lives but doesn't make any difference on issues. However, ensuring our security becomes increasingly tricky too unless we turn to prevention and mediation.