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Bridges that Unite is a thought-provoking travelling exhibition that invites visitors to consider Canada’s role in addressing the global challenges of the 21st century.
Through powerful images, stories and film the exhibition confronts typical assumptions about poverty and its solutions against the backdrop of a remarkable 25-year partnership between Canada and the Aga Khan Development Network.
A wide array of programs, from film screenings and cultural performances, to educational programs and community dialogues, invite you to join in this vital conversation about what Canada, at its best, can achieve in the 21st century.
Unleash the power of community - Sit in a ring of chairs to learn how this setting is the starting point for social change even in remote and impoverished places.
Foster tomorrow’s leaders - Hear the stories of women and men who are becoming leaders in their communities thanks to access to high quality education, from pre-school to university and beyond.
Invest in the frontlines of health care - Discover how nurses, with access to world-class training, are transforming community health care.
Afghanistan, success is possible - Find out how Canadian experience with communities in neighbouring countries suggests success is possible in Afghanistan.
Unleash the spirit of entrepreneurship - See how a hand-up through microfinance can unleash the power of enterprise, even amongst the most impoverished clients.
Preserve the past, protect the future - Learn how even in the most impoverished places, as sense of pride in the past can restore dignity and provide a springboard for social and economic change.
Join the Conversation - Find out how Canadians like you are becoming Agents of Change at home and abroad.