Exploring the possibilities of forgiveness through real stories.

  • “Choosing the path to stop the cycle of violence is just as difficult as choosing the other path of anger and hatred.” – Elizabeth Turner (England)

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  • “I tried to hide my tears from the other prisoners: they wouldn't have understood why I was crying about the pain of my oppressors.” – Bassam Aramin (Palestine)

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  • “Whether victim or perpetrator, part of being human is rolling up our sleeves and taking an active part in repairing harm.” – Katy Hutchison & Ryan Aldridge (Canada)

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  • “I knew that if I didn’t forgive, anger and bitterness would turn me into a person Charlotte would not have liked.” – Mary Foley (England)

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  • “I've gone from being a victim of crime to being able to see Billy's point of view.” – Matthew James (England)

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  • “I have come to believe passionately in restorative justice.” – Linda Biehl with Easy Nofemela & Ntobeko Peni (South Africa)

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Latest News

NEWS: Commemorating bloodshed should be a time to remember what unites us – The F Word launches at the EU

This January it has been a great honour to see The F Word exhibition displayed on the 6th Floor of the Jacques Delors Building at the invitation of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) at the EU in Brussels. Over the course of the past ten years The F Word has been exposed to […]

EVENT: The F Word at the European Economic and Social Committee

We are delighted to report that The Forgiveness Project’s exhibition, The F Word: Images of Forgiveness will be on display in Brussels, at the invitation of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) as part of their activities to commemorate the anniversary of the First World War. The president of the EESC, M. Henry Malosse, […]

NEWS: Our 10th Anniversary Christmas Appeal

This year has been our 10th anniversary – a landmark for The Forgiveness Project. We know we would not be here without the support, both financial and otherwise, of so many people, allowing us to grow into an organisation with a reach far exceeding anything we could ever have hoped for. As we come to […]