Facilitation for Leaders Annual Training Programme

CFOR - Europe Matters You Matter



IMBEWU - South Africa Forum, Chesterville, Durban

UNHCR - Panel for launch of Arlene’s ‘War Hotel’ in Croatia

RWANDA ‘Beyond Conflict’ Forum

Intensive - Facilitation Training

Rwanda Forum

Rwanda Forum

Rwanda Forum

Rwanda Forum

Welcome to CFOR

Our aim and hope is to contribute to conflict resolution, truth and reconciliation, transitional justice and violence prevention. CFOR refers to the ‘force of community’. We facilitate communities to process current and historic tensions and momentary interactions, revealing pathways forward.

Our focus at CFOR is on facilitating awareness in community interactions. As societies, we can grow in personal and collective awareness, so that we do not get so easily pulled apart into divisiveness, or get swept up into cycles of violence. 

During the surge of divisiveness in our times, it is easy to fall into hopelessness. It is participants of our forums who have repeatedly blown our minds, inspired us with meaning and hope. Not ‘pie in the sky’ hope – but hope that comes from witnessing that it is possible to process our history, reckon with the reality of what separates us, and discover what connects us and propels us. 

Our experience has included working in Croatia and other parts of the former Yugoslavia for many years in forums among people who had been on opposite sides of the violence in the early 90’s.  

We are currently facilitating large forums in Rwanda among perpetrators and survivors of the 1994 genocide against Tutsi, who feel called to go further with the process of reconciliation in order to protect the next generation. 

In South Africa, in a township of Durban, we offer facilitation and training to support community leadership, and the need to go further with processing the legacy of Apartheid.  

In Zimbabwe, CFOR has supported Forums for facilitated interactions among community members and local civil society organisations at this turning point of history. 

CFOR has also facilitated numerous forums in the UK and Europe about the legacy of WW I and WW II, the holocaust, and Stalin, as well our history of colonialism, in relation to current issues of migration.

We are also committed to addressing the current backlash against advancements in race awareness in the United States, in relation to our unprocessed history of genocide and slavery.

We document some of our work in books, articles and film, in order to study and begin to demonstrate how such interactions using methods of ‘worldwork’ (Arny Mindell) could become part of a central strategy for transitional justice, and post-conflict and post-genocide recovery, and for prevention of violence.

CFOR also offers training including a modular training programme. 

CFOR is an NGO and UK registered charity

Please donate here and go to our programme description here. We welcome and appreciate your support!
Company number: 6302212
Registered Charity: 1148661
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Upcoming Training Courses

See the Process notes from the 9-day Intensive 'The World Inside Out' here.

ProcessworkUK and CFOR’s next Intensive in London
The World Inside Out: Processwork and Worldwork 9-day Intensive,
Jan 30th - Feb 7th 2020
Filled up, with waiting list

Annual Facilitation for leaders course with a new structure
Modular Training Course in London, late January to early May 2020
Filled up, with waiting list

Please contact admin@cfor.info for applications or any questions.

Events and News


Please find our 2019-2020 Rwanda report here.


New film Series -  Stopping the World: Worldwork in Rwanda
Episode: 'The Interpreters Experience'

See other films.

Worldwork 2020 - Vancouver, BC Canada: May 23-28, 2020

Pre-conference Seminar: Drs. Amy & Arny Mindell May 20-21
Post-conference Seminar: Drs. Ellen & Max Schupbach May 29
Please find more here.


Blog about National Memorial for Peace and Justice & Legacy Museum, Montgomery USA.


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. (You can see our publications here.)

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