RJI shares this story which is well known to many of us who work in the field of restorative justice. It’s the story of a father, Azim Khamisa, who forgave the 14-teen year boy, Tony Hicks, who killed his son, Tariq in 1995.
RJI is a global association & network with over 6000 members and was first created inside LinkedIn.com. RJI is now a “go-to” place where criminal justice organizations, businesses, governmental entities, universities, crime victims, ex-offenders, and ministries can share information about restorative justice and network with others globally. Restorative justice is a powerful vision for systemic justice reform that heals victims of crime, and communities, while transforming the lives of offenders.
RJI supports the expansion of victims-driven restorative justice through public education and our public policy initiatives. Our work is guided by an esteemed Global Advisory Council (GAC) with representatives from around the world. RJI works for restorative justice on the cutting edge. We are looking for creative partners to work with us. Consider joining us as an Affiliate Member or propose partnering with RJI on short term or long term projects. Contact RJI: firstname.lastname@example.org