Samir Karimo from Lisbon, Portugal is an author and a translator. He writes supernatural thrillers…
Zafeera Kassam Diamond Jubilee Dua Permit us to cry tears of gratitude into a decanter,…
Uganda Asians, Uganda Asians book, and the incidental Ismaili angle By Vali Jamal, PhD, writing…
Excerpt from Eboo Patel’s book: Acts of Faith [My grandmother] would come to the States…
…social justice compels us to critically analyse the systems that produce marginalisation. It asks us to resist such systems and engage in strategic actions to change them so that the quality of life of all people can improve.
Foreign aid needs smart thinking, not more money. America is at its best when challenged.
“Our findings have implications for clinical care, public health practice and policy, because a depressed Muslim American woman may be discriminated against due to her religion and mental health,” said Henna Budhwani, Ph.D., assistant professor in the UAB School of Public Health.
…the two individuals don’t have to be from the same neighborhood, have grown up together, or share a friendship for decades to become a “nest” for an entire community.
Ali and Dilshad like to travel to off the beaten path places; one such recent visit was to Panama
The journals focus on citizenship, volunteering and diversity. The journals are designed for children and youth to reflect and write about their own identity, language, values, culture and heritage, volunteering and citizenship activities.
Source: Africa is a Country In recent years there has been a global convergence on…
A series of short accessible 3-6 minute videos on the Aga Khan and Ismaili Imamat history, theology and practice
As we approach the Diamond Jubilee, here is collection of the most interesting, accessible, and informative videos for the Jamat’s enjoyment.
The special issue is dedicated to the theme of: “The Role of Conservation Agriculture in Sustainable Production Intensification for Smallholder Farmers in Africa”.
As we complete Year 10, I am looking forward to continuing my journey at the Academy for the Diploma Program
Ziyaan Virji is an Ismaili student currently studying in Year 9 at Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa
With summer just around the corner, many college and high school students are preparing to head out for service-learning trips.
Izhar Hunzai is an independent consultant, writer, mentor and social entrepreneur.
Mansoor Ladha’s Memoirs of a Muhindi
Muslims around the world are eagerly awaiting the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan.
Lovers of literature might want to block off July 12 on their calendar because that’s when two-time Giller Prize winner M.G. Vassanji will speak at the festival.
Ayaz Pirani was born in Musoma, Tanzania, to parents born in Kapsabet, Kenya, and Tanga, Tanzania.
Ali Jamal is the CEO of Stablegold Hospitality, a real estate investment firm.
It is available for free for 5 days Friday-Tuesday, May 19-23, inclusive. Even if you don’t have time to read it now, you can download it for reading later.
As we approach the Diamond Jubilee, here is a collection of the most interesting, accessible, and informative videos for the Jamat’s enjoyment.
The specialist in Islamic studies, Faranaz Keshavjee, demystifies some social representations always loaded with prejudices and disinformation
Scouting has been a passion of mine ever since I was a little Beaver learning about sharing. This passion developed over the years and allowed me to push myself out of my comfort zone to try new things.
‘Shoeshine, sir?’ asked the young lad with a shoeshine box in his hand, as I peered into the window of a shop in New Delhi’s fashionable Connaught Circus.
Gulamali Jina Madhavji: Dukawalla of Tanga Autobiographies of Mr & Mrs Gulamali Jina Madhavji Source:…
Translated from the Gujarati by Zahir K. Dhalla Habib Lalani was born in British India…