Appeal: F Word Exhibition

Appeal Summary We are dedicated to sharing real-life stories about the transformational power of forgiveness. Now we are in the process of building a new ‘F Word: Stories of Forgiveness’ exhibition and we need your help to finish the project. Please consider supporting our fundraising appeal so that we can create a more interactive and… more

BLOG: Anger On The Path To Peace

It is a strange truth that the actions of someone who I consider to be one of the most blatant warmongering individuals on the planet propelled me onto the path of peace. In February 2003  I went on the ‘Stop the War’ march in London’s Hyde Park where over a million people tried to convince… more

NEWS: New Website for The Forgiveness Project

We are pleased to announce that The Forgiveness Project is in the process of building a new website in collaboration with Raising IT. Our goal is to create a website that better supports people to understand forgiveness and one that is accessible to a wider audience. As part of this work we would love for… more

EVENT: Look At Us Now, Mother! – 5 Sept, London

WATCH AN AMAZING FILM AND SUPPORT THE FORGIVENESS PROJECT! The Forgiveness Project, in association with The Together Plan, are hosting a very special screening of Gayle Kirschenbaum’s award winning film Look at Us Now, Mother! This compelling film is about the transformation of a highly charged mother/ daughter relationship from hatred to love, as the… more

NEWS: Living Peace in Caux

Earlier this month The F Word exhibition was displayed at the international CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation in Switzerland as part of a conference called Living Peace held by Creators of Peace (CoP). It was so inspiring to see what the organisers had done to transform The F Word to fit into a magnificent space in… more

RESTORE NEWS: Martha’s Mile

At the end of July our award-winning prison programme RESTORE had an astonishing outcome. Earlier this year we delivered RESTORE to a group of women prisoners at HMP Peterborough. The storyteller on the programme was Anne-Marie Cockburn, whose 15-year-old daughter, Martha, died in 2013 after taking half a gram of pure crystallised MDMA (ecstasy). Two… more

NEWS: What place for forgiveness after genocide?

Our third Forgiveness Conversation of 2016, in collaboration with the Guerrand-Hermès Foundation for Peace, tackled the challenging question of whether it’s possible to forgive acts of genocide.  Two speakers with first-hand experience told how family members had been victims of the 1994 Rwandan genocide when up to 1 million people were slaughtered in 100 days; they… more

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