Laughter Yoga is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. When you start laughing, your chemistry changes, your physiology changes, your chances to experience happiness are much greater. Join us and prepare your body and mind for happiness.
Let's talk emotions with Shelina Ladha is filled with guidance for parents who want to look after their family's wellbeing during this time.
Finding our new normal with Femida Hirji is an opportunity for parents to consider how to structure the days and weeks ahead to enable all our needs to be met as families.
This two-part series has been adapted from the Reading for Children Programme. Part 2 is delivered by Rehana Merali, Djemilla Daya, and Gulzar Kanji. It covers how and what to read to early years children. Presented by AKEB UK.
Seymeen Khairdin and Aliya Boghani discuss supporting your primary-age child's wellbeing and managing their worries while they're studying from home. Presented by AKEB UK.
Learn more about the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and the different ways in which you can support your children with STEM learning at home. Presented by AKEB UK.
United Kingdom Institutional Programme - Thinking Ahead: Economic Resilience, 2020.
This is the final in the series of the UK Thinking Ahead talks, which is on Ageing Gracefully. Listen to Professor Lynda Gratton and Faiz Mitha’s very interesting discussion on how, when, and why to start preparing in today's climate, as we are living and working for longer. Lynda is a Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she directs ‘Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Companies’, considered the world’s leading program on human resources. Faiz Mitha is a Busines Manager for Deutsche bank and an Australian ex-pat, who migrated to the UK in 2009. He is also the Board member for AKYSB.
Talking Hands Series: An Introduction to British Sign Language – Part 8 – Daily routine and Ismaili vocabulary
Learn how to sign Ismaili vocabulary and follow a conversation with Fahra and Zahra using BSL. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
Learn how to sign home, cities and countries and continents, travel, and coronavirus signs. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
Learn how to sign hobbies and interests. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
This episode of Thinking Ahead will explore what it really means to contribute to civil society and why it is important for us. Hear from Naguib Kheraj and Julie Nazerali how they have embedded the ethic of service into their professional lives and how their faith has contributed to their journey and their choices.
Learn how to sign the weather, the season, and foods. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
Talking Hands Series: An Introduction to British Sign Language – Part 4 Days of the Week, Months and Time
Learn how to sign the days of the week, the months in the year and the time. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
Salimah Dharsi, a Director in Foreign Exchange Derivatives Trading, and Altaf Kassam, Managing Director and EMEA Head of Investment Strategy and Research at State Street Global Advisors, discuss how we can all build resolience into our education, careers, and businesses, as well as our personal finances, taking into account the current economic backdrop and looking to the future, and drawing on the unique strengths our community has to offer.
Talking Hands Series: An Introduction to British Sign Language – Part 3 Emotions Colours and Numbers
Learn how to express your emotions, the colours and how to count using sign language. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
Learn how to greet, use sign language to start basic conversations and how to call the members of your family. An AKEB/AKSWB initiative from the UK.
This is an AKEB and AKSWB 8-week introduction to British Sign Language. In the first session, you will learn how to sign the alphabet, say your name, and use basic conversational phrases.
Diamond Jubilee Lecture Series 2017, Annual Milad al-Nabi Lecture entitled. "The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) - a model for our time." Presented by Raficq Abdulla MA (Oxon.) MBE Lawyer, Poet, and Author.
This primary webinar aims to help with improving your understanding of common difficulties children might encounter when learning maths, knowledge of how number concepts are taught at school, confidence in using strategies, and activities to support maths development at home.
The Ismaili Centre, London, presents an exciting and humorous conversation between Dr. Mohamed Keshavjee, author of "Diasporic Distractions: New Faces in New Places”, and East African Swahili playwright Dr. Farouk Topan. Together they explore the existential realities of Asians in Africa during the 20th century, utilising popular fiction and anecdotes.