VACANCY: We’re Recruiting – Fundraising Manager!

The Forgiveness Project (TFP) is looking for an exceptional Fundraising Manager to develop and deliver plans to raise income from a variety of sources, with a focus on grant making trusts, foundations and individuals. Now is an exciting time to be joining our small but exceptionally committed team as we embark on the development and implementation… more

NEWS: Life after hate

Last year The Forgiveness Project ran a series of ten conversations on forgiveness as a way of marking and celebrating our tenth anniversary.  Every event sold out and the series was so popular with that many people requested we continue to debate this compelling and complex subject in this manner.  And so this autumn we… more

EVENT: A Conversation about Forgiveness, Brighton – 24 November 2015

Hosted by the Guerrand-Hermès Foundation for Peace, Marina Cantacuzino, Founder of The Forgiveness Project will be in conversation with Dr Imad Karam, Executive Director of Initiatives of Change International. The evening promises to be courageous, challenging and engaging with questions and reflection on forgiveness, healing, reconciliation and peace in today’s world. Date: Tuesday 24 November 2015 Time: 7.00-9.00pm (Doors open… more

EVENT: Life after hate: compassion as the antidote to violent extremism – SOLD OUT

We’re delighted to announce we will be resuming our Forgiveness Conversation series, continuing with an event in London on Tuesday, 3 November 2015. Life after hate: compassion as the antidote to violent extremism will focus on the personal experiences of violent extremism, from those who have been embedded within violence, to those whose lives have been impacted by… more

EVENT: Off the Shelf 2015, Sheffield – 28 October 2015

We are delighted that our Founder, Marina Cantacuzino will be taking part in Sheffield’s 2015 Festival of Words, Off the Shelf. Marina will be discussing her book, The Forgiveness Project: Stories for a Vengeful Age with two people who feature in the book – Marian Partington and Jayne Stewart. Marian’s sister Lucy was a victim of Fred and Rose West.… more

EVENT: ‘Staging a Revolution’ with the Belarus Free Theatre – 6 November 2015

The Forgiveness Project are delighted to announce that we will be taking part in the Belarus Free Theatre’s production, ‘Staging a Revolution’. This is a two-week Festival of performances and discussions in London, from 2nd to 14th November 2015, featuring some of their most acclaimed original productions, reinvigorated classics and the world première of brand… more

NEWS: Forgiveness workshop helps transform lives

The Forgiveness Project’s purpose is to provide a space of inquiry and exploration by collecting and sharing real stories from victim/survivors and perpetrators; nevertheless over the years people have asked for lessons and learning in how to forgive.  While the stories provide hope and inspiration, and help to shift perspective or open a door to… more

NEWS: A review of ‘Junkie Buddha’ by Marina Cantacuzino

‘Junkie Buddha: A Journey of Discovery in Peru’ Marina Cantacuzino Diane Esguerra’s Junkie Buddha: A Journey of Discovery is a book about redemption, about tracing the painful but significant journey from despair to meaning-making, from resentment to forgiveness. In essence it is a book about finding value in profound loss. Published by Eye Books this… more

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