Deputy Chief of Mission of the United States, Sam Brock, in discussion with External Activities Task Force member, Nimet Janmohamed.
Deputy Chief of Mission of the United States, Sam Brock, in discussion with External Activities Task Force member, Nimet Janmohamed.
Congolese Jamat hosts a dinner in celebration of the Golden Jubilee
Congolese Jamat hosts a dinner in celebration of the Golden Jubilee
30 May 2008

As part of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s Golden Jubilee celebrations, the Ismaili community in the Democratic Republic of Congo hosted a commemorative dinner in Kinshasa. The dinner was attended by Jamati leaders, key policy makers and government officials, and provided a forum to exhibit the work of the Ismaili Imamat in the country.

Lifelong learning and the development of new skills is one of the priorities of the European Union.
Lifelong learning and the development of new skills is one of the priorities of the European Union.
Lifelong learning: A priority for the European Jamat
Lifelong learning: A priority for the European Jamat
27 May 2008

The ability to adapt and continue learning is an essential skill in a fast-paced and rapidly-changing world. The Ismaili Council for the European Union has launched a programme which aims to turn learning into a continuous and natural process in the life of every Ismaili in Europe.

23 May 2008
Three new publications from the Institute of Ismaili Studies were launched at the Ismaili Centre in Lisbon.
Three new publications from the Institute of Ismaili Studies were launched at the Ismaili Centre in Lisbon.
Portuguese Jamat celebrates the launch of three new publications
Portuguese Jamat celebrates the launch of three new publications
22 May 2008

The Ismaili Centre in Lisbon recently hosted the launch of three new publications from the Institute of Ismaili Studies. The event featured special keynote addresses by Professor Azim Nanji and Dr. Omar Ali-de-Unzaga.

Prince Amyn speaks with IEF delegates at the Ismaili Centre Dubai.
Prince Amyn speaks with IEF delegates at the Ismaili Centre Dubai.
Prince Amyn inaugurates the Ismaili Economic Forum
Prince Amyn inaugurates the Ismaili Economic Forum
27 April 2008
 
 
Over 350 Bait-ul Ilm secondary students attended the Historic Cities Programme exhibition at Metro Hall in Toronto.
Over 350 Bait-ul Ilm secondary students attended the Historic Cities Programme exhibition at Metro Hall in Toronto.
Historic Cities Programme continues its Canadian tour in Toronto
Historic Cities Programme continues its Canadian tour in Toronto
25 April 2008

The Historic Cities Programme Exhibition arrived in Toronto on 16 April 2008 and was the subject of a lively panel discussion. The exhibition has already been visited by Toronto's municipal leaders, members of the architectural community and many in the wider public community.

Gala commemorates partnership between the Ismaili Community and the Province of Quebec.
Gala commemorates partnership between the Ismaili Community and the Province of Quebec.
Gala strengthens partnership between Ismaili Community and Quebec
Gala strengthens partnership between Ismaili Community and Quebec
19 April 2008

Fifteen years ago the Ismaili Council for Canada initiated an agreement with the Province of Quebec to sponsor the migration of Afghan refugees. On 3 April, a Gala was held to commemorate this important partnership and to thank the province for welcoming the Afghan Jamat.

Footballers playing to win at the National Sports Festival.
Footballers playing to win at the National Sports Festival.
A buzz in the air at NSF 2008
A buzz in the air at NSF 2008
16 April 2008

The 2008 National Sports Festival at Keele University saw nearly 900 participants from six different countries compete in 23 sporting categories. In addition to competitive sports, there was entertainment and activities for all.

Members of the Badakhshan Ensemble performed traditional Pamiri music and dance for the Afghan audience in the spirit of mutual understanding and learning.
Members of the Badakhshan Ensemble performed traditional Pamiri music and dance for the Afghan audience in the spirit of mutual understanding and learning.
Jamat in Badakhshan celebrates Navroz with an historic cross-border concert
Jamat in Badakhshan celebrates Navroz with an historic cross-border concert
10 April 2008

In a symbolic expression of their long historic ties and common roots, thousands of Jamati members from the Tajik and Afghan sides of Badakhshan came together for a cross-border concert to celebrate Navroz.

A family illustrates a traditional Tajik Navroz meal according to the “haft-shin” and “haft-sin” traditions.
A family illustrates a traditional Tajik Navroz meal according to the “haft-shin” and “haft-sin” traditions.
Dushanbe marks Navroz with art exhibition and performances
Dushanbe marks Navroz with art exhibition and performances
10 April 2008

A Navroz reception in Dushanbe, Tajikistan drew more than 600 attendees and featured an exhibition of children’s artwork on the theme of Navroz, as well as a performance by 2006 Grammy nominee, the Academy of Maqâm.

10 April 2008
Visitors arriving for a tour of the Ismaili Centre, Dubai.
Visitors arriving for a tour of the Ismaili Centre, Dubai.
Thousands of visitors tour the Ismaili Centre Dubai
Thousands of visitors tour the Ismaili Centre Dubai
6 April 2008

Following the opening of the Ismaili Centre Dubai, thousands of members of the Jamat enjoyed memorable and informative guided tours of the new Centre.

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