BLOG: Forgiveness: Too Many Moral Absolutes?

Eleven years ago I created an exhibition about forgiveness called The F Word. It was called The F Word because in the year it took to collect stories from victims and perpetrators about this compelling and complicated subject I discovered it was something that cut public opinion down the middle like a guillotine. Forgiveness seemed… more

NEWS: ‘My Eyes Went Dark’

There is now just one week left to support the production of a brave and fascinating play. Inspired by real events, My Eyes Went Dark is a new play by Matthew Wilkinson, developed through the National Theatre Studio and produced by 107group. With your support it will run at the award- winning Finborough Theatre 25th… more

NEWS: Forgiveness and Compassion: Our 5th Annual Lecture

On Tuesday 23rd June, our fifth annual lecture was held at the Royal Geographical Society in London in front of 550 people. As Marina Cantacuzino, founder of The Forgiveness Project, reminded the audience in her introduction, our annual lecture provides an opportunity to explore the difficult, complex, slippery subject of forgiveness in depth. This year the… more

NEWS: Finally our book is launched!

Last night we celebrated the launch of The Forgiveness Project: Stories for a Vengeful Age, the new book by The Forgiveness Project’s founder and director Marina Cantacuzino. The evening was kindly hosted by the Romanian Cultural Institute and speaking at the event were Marina herself, our publisher Jessica Kingsley, and author and actor Michael Simkins.… more

Last chance: watch Beyond Right & Wrong to raise money for The Forgiveness Project!

There is just one week left to raise money for The Forgiveness Project by watching Beyond Right & Wrong for free! Last year, The Forgiveness Project joined The Million Viewer Campaign to promote the powerful documentary, Beyond Right & Wrong, an hour long film centered around people who have used dialogue, compassion and activism to help heal their broken hearts… more

EVENT: Marina Speaking at Omnibus’ Literary Festival, London – 9 May 2015

Marina Cantacuzino, Founder of The Forgiveness Project will be taking part in the Omnibus’ Literary Festival to share some of the stories from her new book The Forgiveness Project: Stories for a Vengeful Age. The session will include a short film and an opportunity for you to join the discussion. Venue: Omnibus, 1 Clapham Common Northside, London SW4 0QW Time:… more

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