Things to do this weekend: Interfaith Service, Ruhi concert, and more…

Following are some events taking place this weekend November 16- November 18, 2018

1: Interfaith Service- Chicago, IL, U.S.A

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2: The Ruhi Project in Concert- London, U.K

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3: Concert for Humanity- Houston, TX, U.S.A

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4: Intercultural Music Festival- Toronto, Canada

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5: Women in Leadership Brunch- Ottawa, Canada

WomeninleadershipbrunchJoin us on Sunday, November 18 for the Ottawa Women in Leadership Brunch at the University of Ottawa.

Nabila Kara-Haji, National Campaigns and Events Manager at Aga Khan Foundation Canada, will be moderating a panel featuring senior women leaders in academia, international development, law, and public policy. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session and opportunities to network with panelists and fellow participants.

Location: Room 4004 (4th floor), Faculty of Social Sciences Building, University of Ottawa 120 University Private, Ottawa, Ontario  K1N 6N5

Time: Brunch will be served at 10:00am

Click here to purchase ticket for this event

6: Traffic light Bikeathon- Karachi, Pakistan

CriticalA mass of cyclists wearing bright yellow, green and amber will hit the streets of one of Karachi’s busiest student hubs on Sunday, November 18, to call on universities to shift gears on how they think about student life.

Over 225 students and citizens belonging to cycling group, Critical Mass Karachi, will put the pedal to the metal as they zip through a route that starts at Pakistan’s first private-sector university, Aga Khan University, and pass by the Karachi School of Business and Leadership, Liaquat National Medical College and College of Nursing, and Bahria University.

“This bikeathon is about us riding for our futures,” said one of the organisers of the event, Haider Saleem, a final year medical student at AKU. “Besides raising our voices on these key issues, we are also extending an invitation to students across Pakistan to come to the Parwaaz conference and to drive change by engaging with those who shape their university life.”

 

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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