Create a confidential space free from judgment, where each individual can speak freely regardless of their cultural, spiritual, social or economic background; encourage individuals and organizations to act according to a common set of human values.
On behalf of Moral-Re-Armament, Philippe Mottu and Robert Hahnloser sign the contract to buy the run-down former Caux-Palace Hotel. Hundreds of Swiss citizens give money, time and work to make this purchase possible and to transform the building into an international conference centre. The first conferences take place that summer and the Caux Foundation is established in the autumn. The Caux Conferences was established in 1946.