The F Word: Stories of Forgiveness exhibition is a thought provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring forgiveness in the face of atrocity.

  • Drawing together voices from South Africa, America, Israel, Palestine, Northern Ireland and England, the exhibition examines forgiveness as a healing process, a path out of victimhood and, ultimately, a journey of hope.
  • The exhibition is available in various formats for hire, and is on permanent display in several countries around the world. See below for details about where to see the exhibition or to download our hiring information pack.
  • For all general queries email

“I have seen the exhibition twice myself now and for me it is the most moving and helpful experience of my life – it helped me cope with my own experience when all other methods had not succeeded.”

— Visitor to The F Word exhibition, UK

The UK and Ireland

Please check back later for upcoming exhibition dates.

For more information about the exhibitions available to hire in the UK or Ireland, please download our information pack. Bookings can then be made by emailing Rachel at

USA and Canada

16:00 – 22:00 UTC+01, November 6th, 2021, 6515 Babcock Trl, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077-2553, United States | For more details, please visit: Stories in the Woods at Mend

For more information about the exhibitions available to hire in the US, please download our US information pack. To hire the exhibition in the US or Canada, please contact Louisa, our North American Exhibit Co-ordinator at and she will contact you with all details.


Please check back later for upcoming exhibition dates.

If you are interested in hiring out the exhibition in Germany, please visit or contact Judith Kohler directly at and she will contact you with all details.

South Africa

The F Word is currently on permanent display at the Institute for Reconciliation and Social Justice at the University of the Free State and can be viewed during office hours (9am – 5pm).


A version of The F Word is currently available to hire free of charge from Fredens Hus (House of Peace) in Uppsala.