We are delighted to welcome Azim Khamisa to the UK where he will run his internationally acclaimed two-day workshop exploring ideas and techniques about how to access and use forgiveness in both a personal and professional capacity.
Azim Khamisa has worked with developing a process of forgiveness for many years, ever since his own personal experience of losing his only son to gang violence 20 years ago. Tariq – a 20-year-old student – was shot and killed while delivering pizzas in San Diego. His killer, Tony Hicks, became the first 14-year-old to stand trial as an adult in the state of California. He received a 25-year prison sentence. Azim, alongside Tony’s grandfather and guardian, Ples Felix, now devotes much of his time to promoting the vision of the Tariq Khamisa Foundation – an organization committed to “stopping children from killing children”.
Azim has been a storyteller with The Forgiveness Project for nine years and we are pleased to recommend this course.
Please note: All course content is the creation of Azim Khamisa of ANK Enterprises. The Forgiveness Project is supporting this venture by collecting the fees for the course but all monies raised go directly to ANK Enterprises and The Forgiveness Project are not taking any fee for this service.
The course will run on 19th & 20th September 2015 in Sutton, Surrey. For full details click here.