Aga Khan visits namesake U of A garden —CTV Edmonton News TV

The man after whom a section of the University of Alberta Botanic Garden is named visited the site for the first time Tuesday for its inauguration. Premier Rachel Notley, Lieutenant Governor Lois Mitchell, and U of A President David Turpin were among those who gathered at the garden to greet the Aga Khan, Prince Shah…

Libraries as places of inclusion: “There’s still work for us to do” – Traci Engel Lesneski —interview on Goethe de

Libraries today are increasingly confronted with the demand to counter the uneven distribution of opportunities for participation. But merely talking about diversity and inclusion will not be enough, according to architect Traci Engel Lesneski. By Leonard Novy The Future of the Library | © raumlaborberlin on behalf of Kulturprojekte Berlin Mrs. Engel Lesneski, many worry…

Speech Delivered by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Inaugural Global Pluralism Award Ceremony, Ottawa, Canada (15 November 2017)

His Highness the Aga Khan delivers his remarks at the Global Pluralism Awards – AKDN/Moez Visram Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Rahim The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin The Right Honourable Joe Clark Excellencies Friends of the Global Centre for Pluralism What a great pleasure it is to join all of you in this wonderful celebration. The extraordinary people we honour…

Diverse, Pluralist City of Fremont in California, where Christians, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Muslims and other Faith Groups lives side by side and build places of worship and Social areas | Video

U.S.A offers a glimpse of religious diversity on the local level: Fremont, California is a city transformed by new immigration. A rajagopuram rises in a tidy suburban neighborhood, announcing the vital presence of the Hindu community. The diversity of the global Buddhist community is also in evidence, as Thai, Chinese, and Burmese temples—and a women’s…

Aga Khan Museum director Henry Kim Laud on Pakistan diversity and how the Museum is promoting the culture diversity | Talked at Shamadan hall of Serena Islamabad to the packed audience

Dawn com Writes – Museum director Henry S. Kim delivers a presentation on Friday. — White Star -Photo Dawn com (…) The museum has had a very strong interest in Pakistan since its beginning. He said the museum existed because His Highness, the Aga Khan, wanted people to learn about the history of the peoples…

Farah Pandith: 1 Billion Muslims Under 30: More Conservative Than Their Parents?

Belfer Center Published on 2 May 2016 Farah Pandith, Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center’s Future of Diplomacy Project and formerly the first ever Special Representative to Muslim communities at the U.S. State Department, sits down with Aroop Mukharji to talk about how to curb the spread of violent extremism, particularly among Muslim youth. ->>>>><<<<<-