A sample of some of the Tweets and Facebook messages from people attending 2016 World Partnership Walk
Fans of Game of Thrones or The Jungle Book might want to consider an outing to the Aga Khan Museum. As a new show called Marvellous Creatures
A sample of some of the Tweets and Facebook messages from people attending the Doors Open Toronto 2016 event in Canada.
Hundreds of people participate in the World Partnership Walk presented by the Aga Khan Foundation at Stanley Park, in Vancouver, BC., May 29, 2016.
More than 1,000 people came out for Victoria’s World Partnership Walk on Sunday
Princess Zahra Aga Khan has graced Aga Khan Foundation’s Partnership Walk twice – once in both, Montreal and Houston.
This weekend, Doors Open returns to Toronto for the 17th time. Ahead of the annual…
The Aga Khan Foundation’s World Partnership Walk is now Canada’s largest event for raising awareness and funds for global progress.
Mayor Fougere proclaims Sunday, May 29th as World Partnership Walk Day
Premier Kathleen Wynne “steps forward” to support Toronto’s 2016 World Partnership Walk
Excerpted from The Idea of Canada: Letters to a Nation by David Johnston. Copyright © 2016 David Johnston. Published by Signal, an imprint of McClelland & Stewart, a division of Penguin Random House Canada Limited. Reproduced by arrangement with the Publisher.
Explore the serene sound of Indian sitar! Discover fascinating rhythms of Arabic drums! Experience the mesmerizing sound of Persian Santur! Learn the exquisite art of calligraphy!
Habib Bank (HBL) has entered the microfinance banking segment
NRD Capital Managing Partner and his team continue executing their strategy to acquire brands for expansion
AKDN Spring Newsletter May 2016: Pakistan edition
The 32nd annual World Partnership Walk is an initiative of the Aga Khan Foundation Canada
“The gap between past accomplishment and current practice was massive. This recognition led to the establishment of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Award.”
Hussein Hirji ’03 is now the Economic Counsellor at the Embassy of Canada in Washington.
From a very young age, I knew I wanted to devote my career to improving the quality of life of those living in developing countries.
I have often thought why we keep wearing clothes with the words Under Armour or Polo or Nike or something. Why don’t we wear more things that might remind us of our values?