Get a close look at the Aga Khan Museum's "IMAGE? The Power of the Visual" exhibition and go behind the scenes to watch the team as they bring the exhibition to life. Join the Museum's Head of Performing Arts, Amirali Alibhai as he sits down with world-renowned performer of Northern Indian classical music, Steve Oda, enjoy special performances by Kune, an intercultural band made up of Toronto-based artists, and hear about all the exciting ways in which the Museum's education team is engaging and shaping young minds.
The Aga Khan Museum, the Consulate General of the Republic of France in Toronto, and the French Institute present an evening filled with a diverse line-up of artists, activists, and leaders that challenge and explore our relationship with the natural world and how we can preserve our planet for generations to come.
There were eight Pakistanis among the world’s top 100 nurses and midwives, five faculty members, and three alumni from Aga Khan University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan. Meet them all in this episode of Spotlight. Presented by Ismaili Council for Pakistan
Celebrate National Poetry Month with a lyrical interpretation of an Arabic folk tale from "One Thousand and One Nights" performed by storyteller Dawne McFarlane and Juno nominee Maryem Toller. Also featured is the 'Great Poet Series: Reflections of Hafez' with a stellar lineup of musical artists, animated by the mystical whirling dance of Farzad AttarJafari and translations by Sheniz Janmohamed. Hussein Jadavji & Celine George then take us on a journey of spoken word that might challenge our perceptions.
A panel discussion with three incredible women who have paved their own paths to success and have become thriving entrepreneurs in very different industries.
Climate change is one of the most urgent threats facing us, and as we work to rebuild our economies post-pandemic, it is critical to focus on a green recovery that centres on climate justice. What should a green recovery look like, what does climate justice mean, and what are the barriers facing us? These are just a few of the questions discussed in this illuminating session.
The Fast Forward Future: What is the new normal? What are emerging technologies that are disrupting our future? What are the tangible impacts that they are going to have? Are our youth prepared for the next generation?
Cryptocurrencies are said to be democratizing money and leveling the playing field. Investors are looking for their investments to have positive impacts on society as much as their portfolios. Is it possible for these new financial trends to help investors and entrepreneurs build profitable businesses while operating within an ethical framework?
In order to advance more pluralistic societies, policymakers, practitioners, and changemakers must be able to identify the gaps in their country’s treatment of diverse individuals and work towards inclusion over time. Could this be achieved through Allyship?
As we eventually emerge from this crisis, will we work differently? Leaders from top organizations in North America discuss lessons learned from the work from a home model and what the future of work will look like.
A fireside chat with Nadim Hirji, Head of Canadian Commercial Banking at BMO, and Douglas Porter, BMO's Chief Economist; they explore the state of the global economy and provide their thoughts and insights about a post COVID recovery.
The EntreprenHERship Tea brings together and celebrates women entrepreneurs who have shown incredible entrepreneurial spirit, leadership, and resilience to protect and strengthen their business and their community.
The Canadian healthcare system faces ongoing pressure to adopt new equipment and technology for improving healthcare administration and delivery. This session looks at how the pandemic has pushed forward sophistication of technology, AI, and delivery methods while also exposing problems within the system - from supply chain breakdowns to staff shortages and burnout, impacts on disadvantaged communities, and remote communities.
Learn about the skills, education, abilities, experience, and knowledge characteristics that make someone more employable, today and in the future.
The gender wage gap is real, affects women across the board, and was made far worse during the pandemic. This session looks at why women are still fighting for pay equity and what can be done to close the gap.
In a one-time-only concert, four electrifying vocalists with roots in the African continent honour the role of women and mothers in carrying on musical traditions.
A panel discussion that provides perspectives on the current landscape, regional trends, housing, and rental apartment markets, supply chain issues, affordability, and a look at what’s ahead.
Futurist Ian Khan shares current emerging technology trends on business, future of work, and leadership with insights on the Art of Future Readiness.
Lahore, the City of Gardens, often has the world’s most polluted air. Local artist Irfan Dahri is raising awareness through his art.

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