His Excellency Masud Husain, Ambassador of Canada to the United Arab Emirates, and the newly appointed Consul General of Canada in Dubai, Her Excellency Marcy Grossman paid a private visit to the Ismaili Centre, Dubai, on Tuesday 6 November 2018.
His Excellency Phil Frayne, Consul Genèral of United States of America, visited the Ismaili Centre, Dubai today.
His Excellency Emmanuel Kamarianakis, the retiring Consul Genèral of Canada, visited the Ismaili Centre, Dubai on his last day as Canada’s Consul General in Dubai.
Eduscan Institute, licensed by the Community Development Authority, Dubai as a centre for kids with learning disabilities and special needs held a social event at the Ismaili Centre to bring awareness in the community about children who face various types of life challenges in academics and other day to day life activities.Sheikha Hend Al Qassimi, the official guest of honour accoladed the teachers and the founder Dr Alka Kaira of Eduscan for allowing the main stream society to get a glimpse of determined children as a diversity that has to be accepted.
As part of Emirates Environment Group's, value-based educational programmes intended to promote environmental awareness and initiate a proactive role in environmental protection, Emirates environmental Group supported by the Ismaili Centre Dubai, hosted the “Environmental Drawing Competition” on 8 May 2018 to provide UAE school students in the age bracket of 6-16 years from both regular and special needs schools with a wonderful opportunity to showcase their talents and capabilities through the medium of art as well as create awareness among students about environmental issues and increase their sense of responsibility in protecting the environment.
A gospel choir performance was held at the Ismaili Centre Dubai in collaboration with the US Consulate Dubai.
Tayybeh: A Celebration of Syrian Cuisine, brought together members of the broader community for an evening of delicious Syrian delicatessen and enriching performances of poetry and music at the Ismaili Centre in Burnaby.
Join us for a live webcast from the Ismaili Centre Toronto, with former astronaut and University of Calgary Chancellor Robert Thirsk, who will offer a unique perspective about custodianship of the Earth and overcoming some of the greatest challenges we face when making decisions about our world.
Voices of Muslim Women, a Vancouver based non-profit organization, brought together diverse groups of Muslim women to share their passion for the arts, social justice, education, and community at the Ismaili Centre in Burnaby.
The breakfast event with the Vice Provost of International Affairs at Harvard University was an informative and intellectually stimulating interaction between leadership and the guests from Harvard.
The Ismaili Centre Dubai together with Art Week, a collaboration now in its fifth year, The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Roshan (the largest telecom operator in Afghanistan) and the Consulate General of Canada in Dubai, hosted an event in celebration of the opening of a photographic exhibition by the award-winning British photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson entitled “Skate Girls of Kabul”.
In the third conversation of the series at the interface of “Citizenship, Identity & Religion” which was moderated by Dr. Amyn Sajoo, architect Farouk Noormohamed engaged with the conception of art as a cultural implication. Showcasing the importance of both modern and traditional art, Farouk explained that within architecture, “heritage is translated into a built form taking into consideration several components including utility, context and time.”