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‘Why Forgive?’ Annual Philosophy Lecture, University of Lincoln

The DLCC is delighted to be a sponsor of the 2018 Annual Philosophy Lecture at the University of Lincoln, which will be delivered by Professor John Lippet on the topic ‘Why Forgive?’ The event will take place at 5:30pm on Tuesday 4 December in room 20 of the Nicola De … Continue reading

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Book Release: Forgiveness is Really Strange

We are pleased to inform followers of the DLCC of the publication of Forgiveness is Really Strange by DLCC Honorary Fellow, Marina Cantacuzino and Dr. Masi Noor, with art by Sophie Standing This imaginative comic uses science and real stories to explore key aspects of forgiveness, asking what it means … Continue reading

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The Quality of Mercy

On Friday 2nd December, the poet Lemn Sissay will deliver the 6th annual lecture of The Forgiveness Project on the topic The Quality of Mercy. The Forgiveness Project, an organisation founded by DLCC Fellow Marina Cantacuzino uses the real stories of victims and perpetrators to explore concepts of forgiveness, and to encourage … Continue reading

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Marina Cantacuzino to become Honorary Fellow of the DLCC

We are delighted to announce that Marina Cantacuzino, founder of the Forgiveness Project, will be joining the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion as an Honorary Fellow. Ms Cantacuzino, who began her career as a freelance journalist, became drawn to the issue of forgiveness and the struggle for reconciliation during the … Continue reading

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