The Ismaili Centres are symbolic markers of the permanent presence and core values of Ismaili communities around the world. Incorporating spaces for social and cultural gatherings, intellectual engagement and reflection, as well as spiritual contemplation, they are bridges of friendship and understanding, and serve to enhance relationships among faith communities, government and civil society.

Ismaili Centres


 Attendees had the opportunity to share a pledge on how to end the stigma around mental illness in support of Bell Let’s Talk Day
Joining the conversation. Helping to end the stigma around mental illness.
4 April 2019 | Article
On January 30, 2019, Bell Let’s Talk Day, the Ismaili Centre, Toronto launched a three-...
Nobovar Chanorov (2nd from right) and the Shams group shared a medley of Pamiri sounds to an enthralled audience at the Ismaili Centre, London.
Nobovar and Shams Band amplify musical heritage of Badakhshan
28 March 2019 | Article


Elaha Soroor performs at the Ismaili Centre, London in October 2017.
Music @ One at the Ismaili Centre London: Building bridges and breaking down barriers
26 March 2019 | Article

We humans...

Entrance into the Ismaili Centre, Dubai — a plurality of perspectives.
The Ismaili Centre Dubai – a reflection on the first decade
28 February 2019 | Article

Over the past decade since its opening, the Ismaili Centre Dubai has become established as...