Your contribution

Your contribution is vital to facilitate communities to come together and access their innate resources to recover from community-wide trauma, resolve persisting tensions and regenerate the spirit and fabric of community life.

Your contribution models that reconciliation and a different future is both possible and achievable. Thank you!

CFOR is a UK registered charity. Company Number:  Charity Number:

– UK contributions:  Your contribution is tax deductible.  Click here to donate.
Or please contact Tajana on admin@cfor.info  or +44 20 7435 0756

– Outside the UK:   Click here to donate.

For information about the possibility of setting up tax deductible donations from the USA and possibly other countries, please contact Tajana on admin@cfor.info  or +44 20 7435 0756

 

CFOR is an NGO and UK registered charity

Visit our 'Donations' page. UK Donations are tax deductible. Email us at admin@cfor.info re USA and other countries

Your donation is welcome and much appreciated.

Company number:     6302212
Registered Charity:    1148661

 

Events and News

USA - Montgomery Alabama 

We visited the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum. See Arlene's blog:

'Back in the USA' Bryan Stevenson's contribution to our needed conversation about Truth and Reconciliation 

Documentary

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

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

Upcoming Training

Join us for the Autumn Intensive in London, October 12 -17, 2018 

  • The Spirit of Practice: Worldwork Facilitation for our Times [ Flyer ]
    Contact admin@cfor.info
  • Facilitation for Leaders Modular Training Course 2018-2019. Join us in autumn 2018 for our next annual Facilitation for Leaders course 2018-19 [ Flyer ]
  • CFOR follow-up courses Worldwork Series and Worldwork Dojo [ Flyer ]
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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