EVENT – Forgiveness: A Moral Minefield

Marina Cantacuzino will be giving a talk at the Initiatives of Change ‘Greencoat Forum’ on Tuesday 19 March, 7pm, at 24 Greencoat Place, London SW1. Forgiveness divides public opinion down the middle.  Some see it as an immensely noble and humbling response to atrocity whereas for others it is a betrayal which releases the aggressor… more

NEWS: The Forgiveness Project in Kenya

A new version of The F Word exhibition has been created to tour Kenya in the build-up to the elections on 4th March 2013, and beyond. The last elections in 2007 were marred by violence and blood shed. The exhibition includes an additional ten new stories gathered in Kenya over the past six months. By… more

EVENT: Narrative Practitioners Forum: 23rd Jan, London 5.30-8pm

On Wed 23rd Jan the Narrative Practitioners Forum will hold its first meeting at The London Inter Faith Centre, 125 Salusbury Rd, Queens Park, London, NW6 6RG The Narrative Practitioners Forum is a strong and creative group of organisations and individuals emerging out of the collaborative conference held last June “Stories that heal, Stories that harm” and currently consists… more

BLOG: Forgiveness and Solution Focused Practice

A couple of weeks ago I attended a 4-day introductory course in Solution Focused Practice (SFP), otherwise known as BRIEF therapy.  The practice doesn’t analyse by delving into a person’s historical hurts (what Caroline Myss might call “woundology”) but rather excavates nuggets of resourcefulness, identifying moments of resilience at times of difficulty. The theory is… more

NEWS: Evaluation of our RESTORE prison programme

On 18th October  2012 at the House of Lords we launched the independent evaluation of our  RESTORE prison programme.  The research was carried out during 2011-2 by the Forensic Psychological Services at Middlesex University. The meeting was hosted by our patron Lord Stone of Blackheath. We were delighted that the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for… more

NEWS: Walking for Forgiveness

We are hugely indebted to Frankie Owens who is walking from John O’Groats to Land’s End to raise money for the Forgiveness Project. Along the route he’s giving talks to Universities, Probations and Youth Offending Teams about our work, and the book he wrote about his experiences inside prison.  This extract below is part of… more

NEWS: The Forgiveness Project at the United Nations

Report by founder/director of The Forgiveness Project, Marina Cantacuzino: “On the 13th September I had the privilege of speaking in the UN’s General Assembly Hall. The resolution under discussion was “strengthening the role of mediation”. I was there because an upcoming documentary called Beyond Right and Wrong was also being shown to delegates and since… more

NEWS: Watch the 2012 TFP Annual Lecture

Our third annual lecture, “The Line Dividing Good and and Evil”, can now be seen below. Held to a sell out audience at the Royal Geographical Society in London, Dr Gwen Adshead, forensic psychiatrist at Broadmoor High Security Hospital, delivered the lecture, supported on stage by three contributors who shared some of their own personal… more

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