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The forgiveness project : stories for a vengeful age

Author: Marina Cantacuzino
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Forgiveness Project is a UK-based charity that gathers individual personal narratives to demonstrate how forgiveness, reconciliation, and conflict resolution can help break the cycle of violence. The Forgiveness Project's exhibition,?The F Word,? has been exhibited worldwide. In an introduction, editor Marina Cantacuzino, founder of The Forgiveness Project, explains the origins of the project and also reflects  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marina Cantacuzino
ISBN: 9781849055666 1849055661
OCLC Number: 896358569
Awards: Winner of Independent Publisher Book Award 2016 (United States)
Winner of ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year 2016 (United States)
Winner of Independent Publisher Book Awards 2016
Winner of ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year 2016
Description: xiii, 185 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: "as mysterious as love" --
Eva Kor : Poland --
Ray Minniecon : Australia --
Anna : England --
Bud Welch : USA --
John Carter : England --
Ginn Fourie and Letlapa Mphahlele : South Africa --
Bassa, Aramin : Palestine --
Madeleine Black : England --
Sammy Rangel : USA --
Anne Marie Hagan : Canada --
Camilla Carr and Jon James : England --
Joe Berry and Pat Magee : Northern Ireland --
Magdalene Makola : Scotland --
Samantha Lawler : USA --
Martin Snodden : Northern Ireland --
Katy Hutchinson and Ryan Aldridge : Canada --
Gill Hicks : England --
TJ Leyden : USA --
Geoff Thompson : England --
Grace Idowu : England --
Jude Whyte : Northern Ireland --
Wilma Derksen : Canada --
Satta Joe : Sierra Leone --
Salimata Badgi-Knight : Senegal --
Robi Damelin : Israel --
Assaad Emile Chaftari : Lebanon --
Linda Biehl and Easy Nofemela : South Africa --
Khaled al-Berry : Egypt --
Kelly Connor : Australia --
Arno Michaelis : USA --
Idan Barir : Israel --
Marian Partington : England --
Kemal Pervanic : Bosnia --
Jean Paul Samputu : Rwanda --
Cathy Harrington : USA --
Hanneke Coates : England --
Mary Johnson and Oshea Israel : USA --
Shad Ali : England --
Riham Musa : Palestine.
Responsibility: Marina Cantacuzino ; forewords by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and Alexander McCall Smith.

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Thought-provoking and powerful real life stories from survivors and perpetrators of crime and violence around the world are collected here from a diverse range of situations. They raise the  Read more...

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This reassuring and uplifting book testifies to the truth of forgiveness - freestanding, not dependent upon faith, but upon humanity. It is both provocative and full of hope. -- Jon Snow, journalist Read more...

 
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