Forgiveness and Justice
This series of three lessons explores what Restorative Justice means, how it differs from Criminal Justice and the impact it can have on victims and offenders.
The lessons examine Restorative Justice through the story of Margaret Foxley, and the story Will Riley and Peter Woolf, who have all taken part in the Restorative Justice process.
Why do people forgive?
This series of three lessons explores why people choose to forgive, as well as the role of compassion and empathy in the process of forgiveness. It also looks at the differences and similarities between cycles of revenge and forgiveness.
The lessons include the stories of Mary Foley and Barry Mizen who both lost their teenage child to violent crime.
Forgiving the Unforgivable
This series of three lessons explores whether forgiveness is possible in the most extreme cases of war and genocide.
The lessons focus on Kemal Pervanic who lived through the Bosnian War and detainment in Omarska concentration camp, and the story of Mary Blewitt who lost 50 members of her family in the Rwandan Genocide.