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Join us from the Ismail Centre, Lisbon, on 11 October 2019 for an International Lecture to be delivered by Professor Athar Sultan-Khan, Dean and Professor of International Relations at the Geneva School of Diplomacy. The theme of the lecture will focus on Multilateral Diplomacy in a Complex World. The event is due to begin at 5:00 PM UTC+1 and will be webcast at the.ismaili/live.

Alameda, California, volunteers showing the Jamat how to be more eco-friendly.

Science has generated numerous technological innovations, such as those in transportation, communication, health, and agriculture, which have improved our quality of life exponentially. At the same time, technological progress has also led to an array of challenges such as overpopulation, global warming, species eradication, and pollution. Our daily actions, of which we are often completely oblivious, are resulting in irreversible environmental damage.

Attendees during an LTP workshop.

The Leadership Training Program (LTP), an initiative of the National Council for the USA, was designed to inspire and empower the leaders of tomorrow. At the end of June 2019, twenty-nine attendees from Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and Syria participated in the final session of the program. LTP created encouraged participants in ways to contribute to the progress of the Jamat both in the US and their countries of origin.

Mandarins grow in the Ismaili Centre's Garden of Fruits, which also includes other species, along with their rich colours and scents.

On a sunny weekend earlier this summer, the gardens at the Ismaili Centre in Lisbon, along with other flourishing green spaces in the surrounding area, participated in the third edition of the Open Gardens Festival, welcoming visitors, and sharing its diverse flora with the public. 

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