The Ismaili is pleased to offer our eCard greeting service. For the occasion of Salgirah, choose from our unique designs, add a personal message, and send your eCard to multiple contacts at a time. Visit the.ismaili/ecards to get started.
On the occasion of our beloved Mawlana Hazar Imam's birthday, The Ismaili is pleased to present our Love and Gratitude video series, which reminds us of the Imam's immense love for his Jamat and the many reasons why we offer our shukrana to him.
Prince Rahim and leaders from the Aga Khan Development Network are attending the 28th UN Climate Conference (COP28) this week in Dubai. Their presence underscores the Ismaili Imamat’s commitment to protecting the environment and fostering sustainable solutions to the climate crisis.
In the lead up to Salgirah, The Ismaili is pleased to present a sing-along version of the song, How can I tell my Mawla I love him? which was developed as a companion to the story and animated short film of the same title. The song offers children an opportunity to sing, dance, and get excited about showing their love for Mawlana Hazar Imam.
Mawlana Hazar Imam last year approved new guidelines for our uniformed volunteers. Among the key changes are a new name – Ismaili Volunteers – a new motto – khidma – and new uniform designs, all aiming to contemporise the identity and image of the volunteers as an Ismaili community-based civil society organisation.
Join us for a new episode of The Ismaili Update, as we look back at the exciting stories from the worldwide Jamat during the action-packed month of November.
Ahead of this week’s UN climate change conference (COP28), there’s a growing urgency for more awareness — and more action. An often overlooked source of inspiration for sustainable living is found in the teachings of Islam, where a profound connection between faith and environmental stewardship has been emphasised for centuries.
More than 100,000 members of the Jamat in 30 countries, along with their families, united to serve neighbouring communities and protect the environment on the third annual Global Ismaili CIVIC Day, celebrated in September. This worldwide event was a culmination of a year-long effort, which included the most activities on a single day since Ismaili CIVIC began in 2020.
I was 16 when I became an intern in the creative industry. I remember stepping out of the train station and seeing the large offices, working people, and the buzz of London. It was a life I wanted to experience but felt slightly intimidated by. Then I met my mentor, who helped me see a realistic path towards a successful career.
View highlights of the Global Pluralism Award held yesterday in Ottawa, as Princess Zahra and special guests honoured the inspiring and brave work helping to build more inclusive societies where diversity is valued and protected. Following a rigorous review process, an independent, international jury of experts selected this year’s three winners and seven honourable mention recipients from among 200 submissions across 60 countries.
Prizes will be presented today for the Global Pluralism Award 2023. Join us live on The Ismaili TV to celebrate extraordinary individuals working to promote peace and pluralism worldwide.
Prince Rahim attended the Paris Peace Forum at Palais Brongniart yesterday, and participated alongside world leaders and change makers to help build a more peaceful world.