For many, their relationship with cultural heritage shifts and changes over time. For others, they feel a constant and strong connection to their cultural heritage. The question is, what is it about cultural heritage that draws people to it? When people feel distant, why are they drawn back?
The Husseini Islamic Center in conjunction with NASIMCO is organizing a workshop called “Constructing a Health Family” on Sunday 19 April 2009. The workshop will run from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM. The event is organized by MAMA Group under the auspices of Husseini Islamic Center.
The workshop will be presented by Sr. Marzia Hassan, a law student and professional speaker whose qualifications include a Masters in Social Work (University of Toronto), and a certificate in couple and family therapy studies (University of Guelph). The workshop is a certified course offering a Continuous Personal Development (CPD) Certificate by NASIMCO.
Click here to view the workshop advert. For more information, visit www.orlandocenter.org
The World Federation President recently travelled to the India office to discuss various upcoming projects, in addition to this there were specific discussions surrounding Islamic Education, alongside events catering for the youth.
The Khoja Heritage Project of The World Federation of KSIMC is pleased to announce the Inaugural Conference of Khoja Studies to be convened in Paris in November 2016.