Finding the right way to communicate, reflect on, and address conflicts can help increase harmony in our lives despite the challenges life may present. This process is vital for building harmony into the practice of mediation. The theme for Mediation Week this year is “Mediate first - Harmony from now to beyond.”
The first-ever residential camp programme for young Ismailis in Syria brought together 40 excited participants for a holistic learning experience promoting growth, friendship, and inspiration.
In an exclusive interview for The Ismaili TV, Luis Monreal, General Manager of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), shares his perspective on culture’s potential to transform lives. This is the first in an exciting new series, entitled “In Conversation,” a collection of hosted interviews produced especially for The Ismaili TV.
This week, Muslims around the world commemorate Milad-un-Nabi, literally meaning the “birth of the Prophet.” Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) was born in Mecca in the year 570 CE and grew up to be a respected merchant, known for his honesty, integrity and trustworthiness. At the age of 40, he received his first revelation from Allah, marking the commencement of his mission as Allah's last and final messenger.
The latest article in our What Ismailis Believe series explains why we recite the salawat for the family of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family).
Episode four includes highlights from the signing of an Agreement of Cooperation between the Ismaili Imamat and the Government of British Columbia. Prince Rahim and Princess Zahra took part in the signing prior to a luncheon hosted by British Columbia's Lieutenant Governor Janet Austin. Let's join Mursal Bahri as she recaps the events in Celebrating 50, a behind-the-scenes video special at the commemorative events taking place across Canada this week.
Prince Rahim and Princess Zahra represented Mawlana Hazar Imam at a special ceremony and luncheon today in Vancouver to sign an Agreement of Cooperation between the Ismaili Imamat and the Province of British Columbia.
Let's join Mursal Bahri for the third instalment of Celebrating 50, a special behind-the-scenes look at the commemorative events taking place across Canada this week. Episode three includes highlights from a luncheon in honour of Princess Zahra, hosted by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney in the presence of Alberta Lieutenant Governor Salma Lakhani. Also included are highlights from the inauguration of the Diwan Pavilion at the Aga Khan Garden in Edmonton, held later the same day.
The celebrations of 50 years of the Ismaili community’s significant presence in Canada continued today in the city of Edmonton, with a luncheon at Government House attended by Princess Zahra and Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Salma Lakhani, followed by the formal opening of the Diwan Pavilion at the Aga Khan Garden.
Take a look at the second instalment of Celebrating 50, a special behind-the-scenes look at this week's commemorative events taking place across Canada. Episode two includes highlights from the groundbreaking ceremony of Generations Toronto, a multi-generational housing development close to the Ismaili Centre in Toronto. Distinguished guests included Prince Amyn, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Toronto’s Mayor John Tory, and local and national leaders of the Jamat.
Prince Amyn attended the groundbreaking ceremony today for Generations Toronto, a multi-generational housing development close to the Ismaili Centre in Toronto. Distinguished guests included Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Toronto’s Mayor John Tory and local and national leaders of the Jamat.
Action, ambition, and hope were on display this week as world leaders joined United Nations Goodwill Ambassadors Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, Amanda Gorman, and others for the annual SDG Moment at the UN headquarters in New York. Projected onto the big screens this year were Prince Hussain’s photographs depicting the beauty and fragility of the natural world.