What is the future of work, and what can students do to prepare for it? In this first episode of Careers of the Future, Zabeen Hirji discusses the impact of emerging career trends on high school and university students.
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.
The Art of Being Smart is one of a kind high-performance coaching program created for high school and post-secondary students. The unique concepts that you are about to learn are personally taught by Aleem Nasser (MBA) - the president and founder of The Art of Being Smart. Aleem is an author, university instructor, international speaker, and entrepreneur who has taught his "equation for success" to over 4000 individuals worldwide and has consulted with many global institutions.
An opportunity for high school and post-secondary students to explore various career options with either an Undergraduate or Master’s degree in Education. Join panelists as they share their experiences, opinions, and perspectives as well as the relevance of the career in the future. This episode is moderated by Natasha Walli, Program and Career Development Manager at the University of Toronto and features Zuhra Teja, International Educational Consultant; Salima Jaffer, National Adult Programs Manager with Canada Learning Code; Tasmeen Fidai, Learning Experience Designer with Tuesday Afternoon Media inc.
Kenya’s most famous TV investigative reporter produced a four-part film on the cattle wars in northern Kenya. In the lawless wilderness of northern Kenya, where pastoralists graze their cows, well-armed herders are forced to compete for diminishing grasslands in this era of climate change. Cattle rustling between Samburu, Boran, Pokot, and Turkana warriors is on the rise. Hundreds have died in senseless cattle wars that top Kenya’s losses from terrorism. A film by Sam Munia and John-Allan Namu.
Have you ever wondered if Artificial Intelligence and Robotics will replace human beings? Join us as we explore these quickly evolving fields that have the potential to completely alter how our world functions.
Ismaili Centre, Dubai: Why Do We Need Compassion In Our World Today by Dr. Karen Armstrong – 24 September 2018
Dr. Karen Armstrong, an internationally acclaimed scholar and best-selling author of numerous books on religion, delivered the keynote address at the Ismaili Centre, Dubai. Organised jointly by The Ismaili Centre and UAE Ministry of Tolerance, Dr. Armstrong spoke about the Charter of Compassion which she launched with religious leaders globally. The Charter has over two million signatures and brings to light the reason and urgency of practicing compassion in a polarised world.
IJKC USA: Sweet Taste of Liberty Conversations on Truth Freedom and Justice with Dr. Caleb McDaniel – 5 November 2020
The Ismaili Jamatkhana and Center present a discussion with the 2020 Pulitzer Award for History recipient Dr. Caleb McDaniel, Rice University History Chair and Professor, about his most recent book Sweet Taste of Liberty. The book chronicles the life of Henrietta Wood, a woman who was born enslaved, freed before the Civil War, kidnapped and re-enslaved, and then freed again by the war. In a moderated discussion, Dr. McDaniel will touch on his work and research focused on the history and impact of slavery on the social, cultural, and civic life of the nation and generations of its citizens. The event will be moderated by Dr. Neelam Khoja, a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University and a graduate of Harvard University with a research focus on historically marginalized communities.
Part 2 of Fish Eagles continues to document the threats faced by Lake Naivasha from invasive species introduced into the lake. The film also profiles the people working to find a solution to the lake’s environmental crisis. A film by Munir Virani & Kiran Ghadge.
Seeking truth, knowledge acquisition, and the role of the intellect have always been important aspects of our faith. Join us as we explore the increasingly important and constantly evolving fields of neuroscience and mental health, and the profound consequences they have on human behavior and well-being.
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.
After the Headlines are Forgotten and Pakistan: Road to Recovery
Lake Naivasha has the largest population of African fish eagles in the world, despite the fact that Naivasha city has grown to a million people and hosts one of the main export earners of Kenya – the flower industry. Although the lake is under severe pressure, a Kenyan-born raptor scientist Dr. Munir Virani tries to explain why the eagles are doing so well and how to save their precious home. A film by Munir Virani & Kiran Ghadge.
Parents and Children of the Australia & New Zealand Jamat show their appreciation in recognition of the dedication and commitment of the ECD teachers in taking the classes virtual during the pandemic lockdown time.
Have you ever wondered what mysteries lie in the stars of the night sky? And for that matter, the heavens and earth? Join us as we explore the fields of astronomy, space, and the immensity of divine creation.
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.
Aga Khan Health Board and Aga Khan Education Board for Uganda brings a Parental Care webinar series for Empowering New Parents Parental Care.
Part 2 of Ziwa Victoria documents unsound environmental practices along the Great Lake’s shoreline: the replacement of indigenous rainforests with palm oil plantations, artisanal gold mines that leach mercury, uncontrolled use of pesticides, and sewage pollution. They all contribute to oxygen depletion and the spread of water hyacinth, choking the lake. The film also looks at possible solutions to save Africa’s greatest lake. A film by Benj Binks.