We are facilitating in places that have suffered violent conflict – to contribute to the innate capacity in communities to process conflict, grapple together with issues of justice and community-wide trauma, growing community relationships, and pathways to reconciliation, economic recovery and prevention of future violence.

Participants include government organisations, NGO’s, grassroots and international organisations, and concerned citizens impacted by the issues involved. Participants include people from diverse groups, viewpoints and experiences concerning the conflict or current tensions.

CFOR is an NGO and UK registered charity

Your donation is welcome

UK Donations are tax deductible.
Contact us at admin@cfor.info re USA and other countries.

Company number:     6302212
Registered Charity:     1148661

 

Events and News

Documentary
View 4.5 min short of our 1 hour documentary 'For the Next Generation: Worldwork in Rwanda'View 4.5 min short video

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For the Next Generation: Worldwork in Rwanda, June 2017 1 Hour Documentary, including perpetrators and survivors of the 1994 genocide against Tutsi’

Join us for the Autumn Intensive in London, October 12 -17, 2018 The Spirit of Practice: Worldwork Facilitation for our Times [ Flyer ]
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Facilitation for Leaders Modular Training Course 2018-2019. Join us in autumn 2018 for our next annual Facilitation for Leaders course
2018-19 [ Flyer ]

NEWS
CFOR new follow-up courses -Worldwork Series and Worldwork Dojo [ Flyer ]

CFOR is off to Zimbawe: visit our page

CFOR in Rwanda: 4th Facilitated Forum in Rwanda and the Great Lakes with training to support Rwandan communities in their efforts towards reconciliation and recovery. [ Programme Description ]

CFOR’s London Forum Facilitated dialogue on vital topics we face in London, UK, Europe and internationally [ Read More ]

Publications Recent article: ‘Contribution of worldwork methodology for violence prevention and community recovery after mass violence: An example from Rwanda’, in Psychotherapy and Politics International, John Wiley and Sons. [ Click Here ]

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