EVENTS: Marina Cantacuzino speaking in the USA

Marina is currently in the USA learning from other restorative justice programmes in custodial settings. This has been made possible as Marina was a winner of the 2013 Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship. We’ll keep updating the list over the next few weeks so do keep visiting. Upcoming events include: Saturday, 9 November – 7:30pm… more

COURSE: Diploma in Group Facilitation, Conflict Resolution and Counselling Skills

We will once again be running our Diploma in Group Facilitation, Conflict Resolution and Counselling Skills. The course is run in conjunction with NAOS and lasts one year, from January 2014 until November 2014. The course will be held at the Resource for London, Holloway Road, London, for further information and to register visit: http://naos-institute.com/one-year-diploma-group-facilitation-conflict-resolution-and-counselling-skills.html.… more

BLOG: New Forgiveness Toolbox

The concept of forgiveness can easily stray into the polemic.  Since working in this field I’ve tried to bypass pious sounding statements about the power of forgiveness.  I don’t want to express it in a sanitised or spiritualised way, or as some magical key to serenity, or as any kind of obligation or moral imperative. … more

NEWS: Support from The Light!

We are delighted to have been chosen as one of seven charities to benefit from a new project, The Light. The Light is a collection of essays from twenty-two contributors, all material is new and have been donated by such best-selling authors as Neale Donald Walsh, Don Miguel Ruiz, Marci Shimoff, Barbara Marx Hubbard and… more

FILM: Within the Eye of the Storm

Further to the screening of Shelley Hermon’s Within the Eye of the Storm at Amnesty’s Human Rights Action Centre on 19th June 2013, we are delighted that the film is now available to rent or buy and 10% of all sales from this link will be donated to The Forgiveness Project:   The film is… more

EVENT: Narrative Practitioners Forum – 24 September 2013

An invitation to those who use personal narrative and story in their work to share best practice and learn from each other. An alive and spontaneous space that nurtures a growing body of wisdom, and encourages creative cross-disciplinary collaborations. The Forum meets six times a year.  Meetings include:  mini-workshops, presentations on new areas of work,… more

EVENT: 2013 Annual Lecture – 17 September 2013

We are delighted to announce that the keynote speech at the 2013 Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen. Professor Baron-Cohen will be speaking on Zero Degrees of Empathy: Exploring explanations of human cruelty & kindness. The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion with Mary Foley, Peter Woolf & Marina Cantacuzino, chaired by Fergal Keane. Venue: Ondaatje Theatre, Royal Geographical… more

NEWS: When Enemies Become Brothers

The Forgiveness Project was proud to co-sponsor the first UK screening of Shelley Hermon’s Within the Eye of the Storm at Amnesty’s Human Rights Action Centre on 19th June 2013.   The film is an impressive, stirring, fly-on-the-wall documentary following the lives of two bereaved fathers – a Palestinian and an Israeli – who have become… more

EVENT: School of Life: “World-Changers” series, 13th June

The Forgiveness Project founder/director will be giving a seminar at the School of Life in London on 13th June.  World-Changers is a series where journalist John-Paul Flintoff talks to prominent individuals who have “made a huge difference – and who believe that anybody could do the same.” Thurs 13th June, 7-9pm at The School of Life, 70 Marchmont… more

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