Questions Stories | Questions The Forgiveness Project’s unique contribution to this debate is to provide a space of enquiry rather than argument, to ask questions rather than provide answers, and to explore key aspects of forgiveness through individual real life stories. With its multiple meanings and countless definitions the subject of forgiveness has always been hotly contested territory, debated extensively within religion and psychology, as well as by media, politicians and civic leaders. Who deserves to be forgiven? How can large-scale injustices be forgiven? Where does justice fit in? How can you forgive without an apology? Why do people forgive? How can telling your story be useful? Why might forgiveness be problematic? Stories | Questions | Themes | Countries Watch our conversations on forgiveness Can forgiveness repair communities? Can radical compassion win the war against violent extremism? Do you need God to forgive?