The committee

Kavian Ferdowsi
Paul Segerstrom
Grzegorz Stępień
Leslie Lovén


The committment

The goal of the Forgiveness Committee is to spread the message of forgiveness, peace and to broker peace between groups, people, nations – to save the homeless and the poor, both locally and globally. The committee consists of three permanent members and six persons that are elected yearly; a total of nine members.

The committee stands for peace, tranquilit, healing and love. More forgiveness, less conflict and war. We strive to unite people in forgiveness and bring them together, as a unifying force in the world.

The committee brokers peace in war and crises zones in different parts of the world. Curing the unforgiveness is our goal.

The awards

Every year at 23 july is the Forgiveness Day when the Committee will award the Forgiveness Prize. Some day during the Forgiveness Week, a pressconference will be held where the Forgiveness Committee presents and awards the yearly Forgiveness Prize to 5 people in 5 categories:

  • Forgiveness
  • Homelessness
  • Environment & Climate
  • Animals & Nature
  • Peace

All the prize categories are related and share the same common theme and soul.
One of the persons who win the Forgiveness Prize will also be presented to the Nobel Committee. See all winners here

The Forgiveness laureates 2023

See all laureates here

The Forgiveness Flag, also known as the Homeless Flag and the Solidarity Flag, is a symbol that represents peace, forgiveness, solidarity, and support for homeless people. This flag encourages us to help one another, promote unity, and foster forgiveness in place of hatred.

Let us commit to forgiving each other, making peace, assisting one another, and providing aid to the poor and homeless among us.