Centre for Change in the Third Millennium

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"The Centre for Change in the Third Millennium is an open forum and ongoing dialogue for humankind on key issues affecting sustainable survival and the search for solutions. It is a global 'think tank', a global 'watershed, bringing together humanity's most inspired and creative thinking -a convergence of the spiritual, scientific and humanistic. The aim is the creation of a planetary 'peace culture'." [1]

Executive Team

Accessed February 2012: [2]

International Advisory Board

Accessed February 2012: [3]

Supporters

Accessed February 2012: [4]

Selected supporters include: Maurice Strong , M. Tavakel, Paul Clarke, Goerge Cox, Lord Ennals, Michael Exeter, Malcolm Harper, Brenda Marshall, Yehudi Menuhin, Jan Nation, Emmanuel Oteng, Harminder Singh, Sir George Trevelyan, Pierre Wijngaert, Findhorn Foundation, Hazel Henderson, Larry Krantz, Vance G. Martin, Edgar Mitchell, Archarlyn Leonard Orr Raja, Ven Ugvwiyuhi, Dyhani Ywahoo, Takeshi Utsumi

Contact

URL: http://www.centreforchange.org

Resources and articles

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References

  1. Centre for Change in the Third Millennium About, organizational web page, accessed February 6, 2012.
  2. Centre for Change Supporters, organizational web page, accessed February 6, 2012.
  3. Centre for Change Supporters, organizational web page, accessed February 6, 2012.
  4. Centre for Change Supporters, organizational web page, accessed February 6, 2012.