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vision and mission

vision

the service supports the outreach of CCI communities and individual practitioners by increasing public awareness of CCI co-counselling / co-creating;

(February 2000; 2009)

mission

  • to establish an on line CCI World News Service to keep the world informed;
  • to serve CCI communities, their newsletter editors and CCI members on a world wide scale;
  • to support and honour, if appropriate, individual, local, regional and national CCI initiatives on a world wide scale;
  • to enhance international exchange by publishing, on an irregular base, news, editorials and special contributions of correspondents and readers.

 (February 2000) 

the initiator

CCI World News Service is the result of a private initiative - like all expressions are, not only in the CCI world - after attending a CCI international meeting in 2000 in Aotearoa (New Zealand). The initiator, Niek Sickenga from the Netherlands, is a former agricultural journalist, dedicated to CCI since 1982 and a CCI trainer since 1995. After ten years of practice with CCI World News Service on internet, the appearance of the site has been completely renewed in 2010 with support from Shayla Malek  (Australia), Wayne Buchner (Australia) and Joke Stassen (the Netherlands).

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CCI wants to be...

a place where differences of personal conscience are fully respected and honoured. CCI is also a place to celebrate and honour our emotions as a source of growth. By creating the preconditions for the CCI process, we allow our human potentialities to blossom now and in the future in self responsibility. In CCI we practice being respectful to ourselves and others, sharing on an equal base as we learn in our fundamentals.
  • flowerThere's only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self.
    Aldous Huxley
  • I believe that we are solely responsible for our choices, and we have to accept the consequences of every deed, word, and thought throughout our lifetime.
    Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
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    Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I will meet you there.
    Rumi 1207-1273