WHAT IS CANADA’S ROLE IN A WORLD WHERE POVERTY AND HOPELESSNESS
With this provocative question, BRIDGESTHATUNITE, a bilingual traveling exhibition, invites visitors to consider Canada’s global leadership role through the lens of a remarkable 25-year partnership with the
Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).
Find out about upcoming film screenings, discussions and performances [Events Calendar]
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Past news and events
View photos and a summary of "Canada's World Dialogue on Enhancing Equality and Human Development" held in Ottawa.
BRIDGESTHATUNITE concludes successful run in Halifax. [Press release]
Canada's Unique Global Position: Bridging Divides and Forging Partnerships a breakfast conversation with Khalil Z. Shariff, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation Canada
View photos, video and a summary of "From Kabul to Halifax: Musical Performance and Film Screening"
View photos and a summary of "Education for a Better World"
View photos and a summary of "Canada's World Dialogue on Enhancing Equality and Human Development"
View photos, video and a summary of "Building Community: A Conversation with Paul Born"
View photos and a review of "Bringing the World to Canadians: A Panel Discussion on international Journalism"
View photos and remarks from the opening reception at Pier 21 in Halifax
BRIDGESTHATUNITE concludes its run in Kitchener-Waterloo. Read the press release.
Enhancing Equality and Human Development: A dialogue co-hosted with Canada's World.
From Kabul to Kitchener-Waterloo: An evening of Afghan Music and Culture, A free concert performanceby prominent Afghan artist Vaheed Kaacemy.
From Cairo to Vancouver: a public dialogue, Urban Regeneration Not Gentrification: Using Heritage to Revitalize Marginalized Neighbourhoods.
Global Citizenship: Canada,the World and You, featuring guest speaker Khalil Shariff, CEO, Aga Khan Foundation Canada.
Let The Beauty We Love Be What We Do, a 35-minute film about the importance of cultural preservation.
The Art of the Afghan Rubâb, presented with the Roundhouse Performance Centre.