NEWS: The Line Dividing Good and Evil

On Tuesday 3rd July we held our third annual lecture on the subject “The Line Dividing Good and Evil” to a packed 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… more

NEWS: Stories that heal, stories that harm

On Friday 29th June we ran an event in partnership with St Ethelburgas, the London Inter Faith Centre (LIFC), and the International School of Storytelling. It was hosted by LIFC at their beautiful centre in Queens Park, North West London. The event was conceived as an attempt to draw on expertise and experience in the… more

EVENT: Summer of Peace 2012

Marina Cantacuzino will be taking part in Summer of Peace 2012, a three month series of live and online events to cultivate inner harmony and create a culture of peace. The Summer of Peace features inspiring peace leaders including Arun Gandhi, Alice Walker, Jack Kornfield, Ambassador Anwarul Chowdhury, James O’Dea, Belvie Rooks, spiritual leader Matthew… more

EVENT: Annual Lecture 2012

There are now only a few days to the annual lecture on 3rd July 2012 at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR. Doors open at 6.15 and the lecture will start promptly at 6.45pm, and finish at 8.30pm. ‘The Line Dividing Good and Evil’ will be delivered by Dr Gwen Adshead,… more

EVENT: Stories that heal, stories that harm

We’re excited to be running a joint event with St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. In an attempt to draw on expertise and experience we want to explore why telling and sharing a personal story can have such a powerful impact. This participatory day of cross-disciplinary dialogue and discussion, is being held at the… more

BLOG: Making Sense of Evil

This week sees the publication of an outstanding and beautifully crafted redemptive memoir by Marian Partington, whose sister was murdered by two of Britain’s most notorious serial killers – Frederick and Rosemary West. Since founding The Forgiveness Project some eight years ago I am frequently sent novels, poems, memoirs, first-person accounts, critiques and sermons on… more

EVENT: Annual Lecture Tickets Now on Sale

The Forgiveness Project annual lecture this year is on 3rd July at 6.45pm at the Royal Geographical Society (London). The title of the lecture is ‘The Line Dividing Good and Evil’ and it will be given by Dr Gwen Adshead, Forensic Psychotherapist, of Broadmoor Hospital. Joining a panel discussion after the lecture and sharing some… more

NEWS: 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 from October 2012 – 2013. The course is run in conjunction with NAOS and lasts one year, from October 2012 until October 2013. The course flyer can be downloaded here: Dates and location will be confirmed very shortly… more

EVENT: The Forgiveness Project Annual Lecture 2012

There is only one month to go to the Forgiveness Project annual lecture on July 3rd 2012 (at the Royal Geographical Society, London). Tickets are £10, and if you haven’t already bought them, you can do so online here. Alternatively, you can send a cheque made payable to ‘The Forgiveness Project’ and send it together… more

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