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“If a door hasn’t opened, you haven’t kicked it hard enough”, said Obaid-Chinoy as she talked about her career as a documentary filmmaker and journalist.  During a moderated conversation with Ahad Lakhani, Obaid-Chinoy shared her passion for human rights, women’s issues, the disenfranchised and marginalized.

Sheila Manji, Michael Kocher and Naguib Kheraj take questions from the audience at the Ismaili Centre, London. Ismaili Council for the UK / Inaara Somani

Michael Kocher, General Manager of the Aga Khan Foundation and Sheila Manji, AKF Early Childhood Development specialist, spoke at the Ismaili Centre, London on 26 November 2015 about the Foundation’s role within the AKDN, its unique approach to poverty alleviation and their work across the world in early childhood development.

Asad participating in an individual skills event at the State Special Olympics.

When the Ismaili Muslim community was invited to assist with the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, volunteers took on numerous roles, including hosting the delegation of athletes and coaches from Bangladesh.

Guests attend a suhour at the Ismaili Centre Dubai that was jointly organised by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and the Canadian Embassy to the UAE. Ismaili Council for the UAE

Dubai, 7 July 2015 — Dignitaries and ambassadors from across the United Arab Emirates gathered at the Ismaili Centre for a suhour and a look at how culture can be a springboard for development. The event was jointly hosted by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) and the Canadian Embassy.

Hina Hazrat speaks at the Leading Change event organised by The Youth Republic.

Hina Hazrat is enabling young people around the world to turn their ideas into action. Last year, her digital youth network, which enables young people to put their social action ideas to work, find partners for their projects and collectively work for a better world, received recognition at the World Summit Youth Awards.

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