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New Resources

We are excited that our recent series, Speaking the Unspeakable: exploring shame in the stories of our lives, is now available to watch on demand. In these unique recordings, four of our storytellers reveal the insights they have gained as they have grappled with shame.

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STORIES HAVE THE POWER TO TRANSFORM

The Forgiveness Project shares stories of forgiveness in order to build hope, empathy and understanding.

STORIES HAVE THE POWER TO TRANSFORM

The Forgiveness Project shares stories of forgiveness in order to build hope, empathy and understanding.

2021-02-25T16:14:30+00:00

Cathy Harrington

"Lots of things in life are senseless. There’s so much we can’t explain but we need to be able to love the questions."

2022-11-16T16:17:13+00:00

Jo Berry and Pat Magee

"No matter which side of the conflict you’re on, had we all lived each other's lives, we could all have done what the other did."

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NEW BOOK

Forgiveness: An Exploration

by Marina Cantacuzino

Founder of The Forgiveness Project, Marina Cantacuzino, explores what forgiveness is and what it most definitely isn’t, how it can be an important element in breaking the cycle of suffering, and ultimately how it might help transform fractured relationships and mend broken hearts.

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NEW BOOK

Forgiveness:An Exploration

by Marina Cantacuzino

Founder of The Forgiveness Project, Marina Cantacuzino, explores what forgiveness is and what it most definitely isn’t, how it can be an important element in breaking the cycle of suffering, and ultimately how it might help transform fractured relationships and mend broken hearts.

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LATEST STORY

Charlie Ryder

Ireland

“I realised then that I had truly forgiven my father for harming me as a child. Forgiveness is a very personal journey but it can be a wonderful act of self-love.”

Read Charlie’s story

LATEST STORY

Charlie Ryder

Ireland

“I realised then that I had truly forgiven my father for harming me as a child. Forgiveness is a very personal journey but it can be a wonderful act of self-love.”

Read Charlie’s story

LATEST STORY

Charlie Ryder

Ireland

“I realised then that I had truly forgiven my father for harming me as a child. Forgiveness is a very personal journey but it can be a wonderful act of self-love.”

Read Charlie’s story

If you have read any of our stories or our work has helped you in any way, please consider making a donation today. Your support directly helps us continue sharing real-life stories of forgiveness across the world.

DONATE

If you have read any of our stories or our work has helped you in any way, please consider making a donation today. Your support directly helps us continue sharing real-life stories of forgiveness across the world.

further resources

Dive deeper into the subject of forgiveness and related concepts like restorative justice and reconciliation by exploring our resources below.

podcast

The F Word Podcast

The F Word Podcast examines the complex, messy, gripping subject of forgiveness. In each episode Marina Cantacuzino, a journalist and founder of The Forgiveness Project, talks to a guest who despite having experienced great pain or trauma in their life has found a way through.

listen to the podcast

video

Speaking the Unspeakable

Speaking the Unspeakable is a series of online conversations exploring shame and the profound impact it has on our lives. In these unique recordings, four of our storytellers share how shame can disconnect and silence us – and also reveal the insights they have gained as they have grappled with this.

learn more

video

Prison Chronicles

This series of six live conversations delves deep into the work of RESTORE, The Forgiveness Project’s award-winning prison programme. In conversation with the storytellers as well as a participant and former officer, these enquiries ask us to imagine – if we had lived each other’s lives, would we have done things any differently?

explore the series

podcast

The F Word Podcast

The F Word Podcast examines the complex, messy, gripping subject of forgiveness. In each episode Marina Cantacuzino, a journalist and founder of The Forgiveness Project, talks to a guest who despite having experienced great pain or trauma in their life has found a way through.

listen to the podcast

video

Speaking the Unspeakable

Speaking the Unspeakable is a series of online conversations exploring shame and the profound impact it has our lives. In these unique recordings, four of our storytellers share how shame can disconnect and silence us – and also reveal the insights they have gained as they have grappled with this.

learn more

video

Prison Chronicles

This series of six live conversations delves deep into the work of RESTORE, The Forgiveness Project’s award-winning prison programme. In conversation with the storytellers as well as a participant and former officer, these enquiries ask us to imagine – if we had lived each other’s lives, would we have done things any differently?

explore the series

Connecting through real life stories

The Forgiveness Project has a newsletter with a selection of real-life stories exploring topics like apology, revenge, empathy and forgiveness. Sign up to our newsletter and experience the transformative power of storytelling.

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Connecting through real life stories

The Forgiveness Project has a newsletter with a selection of real-life stories exploring topics like apology, revenge, empathy and forgiveness. Sign up to our newsletter and experience the transformative power of storytelling.

Subscribe Now