Help spread the Bereaved Families Forum message of peace and reconciliation in the UK by leaving a legacy to FBFF. Read more
‘I didn’t think about revenge. If you consider violence you are a victim again. I decided not to be a victim.’ – Bassam Aramin. Read more
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‘I didn’t think about revenge. If you consider violence you are a victim again. I decided not to be a victim.’ – Bassam Aramin.
Chani Smith, former FBFF Secretary, pays tribute to Judith Elkan who died aged 92 on Thursday 24th February Read more
An Israeli and a Palestinian, who each lost a sister, spoke online to hundreds of FBFF supporters about advancing reconciliation between their communities. Read more
Supporters and guests spent a July afternoon in the glorious garden of FBFF Chairman Judith Elkan. Read more
Supporters of the Bereaved Families Forum had two opportunities to share in a transatlantic dialogue between two bereaved fathers and Colum McCann (above), who has turned their haunting story into a new novel, Apeirogon. Read more
Layla is Palestinian. Robi is Israeli. They are both mothers. Both have lost a child to the conflict in Israel and Palestine, but both have chosen to seek peace and reconciliation. Join them on Monday 1st June for a Dialogue Meeting where they will share their stories of bereavement and hope, followed by a question and answer session. Read more
The Parents Circle-Bereaved Families Forum is one of the few joint Israeli-Palestinian organisations that the Israeli Ministry of Education allows to speak to Israeli high school students under its flagship Dialogue Meetings project. Right-wing activists have been organising demonstrations, protests and attacks on PCFF bereaved members outside the schools where they are scheduled to speak.