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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2016 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Prince Amyn Aga Khan receives the “Honorary Academician” by the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts of Turin, Italy

Turin, Italy (Sunday, March 13, 2016) at the Hall of the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts, the Academic Council of the Academy, conferred the title of “Academic honor Albertina” to Prince Amyn Aga Khan and Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo.

The inaugural lecture in honour of Prince Amyn Aga Khan will be led by the Director of the Academy, Salvo Bitonti while that of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo will be held by the critic Luca Beatrice.

About Prince Amyn Mohamed Aga Khan

Born in London September 12, 1937, Prince Amyn Mohamed Aga Khan is the younger brother of His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan IV and the grandson of the late His Highness Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan III.

Prince Amyn spent his early youth in East Africa and in Cairo during World War II and after the war, he attended the Le Rosey School in Switzerland.

He obtained a degree in literature with honors from Harvard University in 1960, and continued his studies at the School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard receiving his degree in comparative literature in 1963.

After Harvard, Prince Amyn worked at the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations until 1968, when he began working with his brother.

Prince Amyn has a leading role in most of the boards of directors of the Aga Khan Development Network and related institutions. He developed for the Aga Khan Foundation, the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (in which he is chairman of the Executive Committee), the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance, and the Foundation “Aga Khan Trust for Culture “. The latter is intended to coordinate the cultural activities of the Aga Khan Development Network, which focus on architecture with a significant presence the muslim world.

Prince Amyn enjoys many years of active relations with various museums, programs and cultural institutions such as MOMA and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Louvre in Paris, the Foundation for the Development of Chantilly and was part of the Acquisitions Committee of the Louvre itself. He is still a member of the Council of the “Friends of the Louvre” and is president of the “Friends of the Chantilly Domain.”

He is deeply interested in the work of institutions designated to cultural and especially heritage recovery and has been particularly active in the restoration of historical buildings.

Since 1997 he has been the trustee of “World Monuments Fund” and was part of its International Advisory Board.

For many years, he was director of the project “The Silk Road”, launched by Yo-Yo Ma.

Prince Amyn has always been deeply interested in music: in parallel with studies at Harvard, he studied at the conservatory in New England and was a member of the jury of various music awards such as the Premio Venezia, the Vendôme Prize and the Geneva Competition.

More recently, the Prince Amyn has been active, since its inception, at the new Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada (which opened its doors in September 2014) and the formation of its collections.

He himself is a collector and a frequent state sponsor of major French and foreign museums.

He was a member of the jury for the prize of the 10th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale in 2006.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 6:31 am    Post subject: Kigali Amyn Aga Khan pays tribute to genocide survivors Reply with quote

12 April 2016, Kigali, Rwanda - Prince Amyn Aga Khan payed tribute to Genocide Survivors at Kigali Memorial

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Prince Amyn Aga Khan in Goma, DRC - Photos





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Prince Amyn Aga Khan in Goma, DRC - video

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4 photos in this post taken in Kigali Rwanda on 13 April 2016

http://www.newtimes.co.rw/section/article/2016-04-14/198955/



[PHOTOS] Aga Khan pays tribute to Genocide victims in Kigali
By: Athan Tashobya

Published: April 14, 2016 News




Prince Aga Khan (middle) pays his respects to the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi at Kigali Genocide Memorial. (Timothy Kisambira)


The Chairman of the Aga Khan Group of Companies, Amyn Aga Khan, visited Kigali Genocide memorial on Wednesday to commemorate Genocide victims buried at the site.

The memorial is home to about 250,000 victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

The Aga Khan, who was in the country on a two-day private visit, took time to join the staff of Kigali Serena Hotel to pay respect to Genocide victims. According to Denise Omany, the country sales and marketing manager at Serena.

“The Aga Khan arrived in the country on Tuesday evening for a two day private site visit to a few of his company’s investments in Rwanda, and he was scheduled to leave the country yesterday evening”.

The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) is a conglomerate of various firms, which have enterprises in media, tourism and hospitality, education, health, infrastructure, and industries.



Prince Aga Khan lays a wreath of flowers to honor the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi. (Timothy Kisambira)

The Aga Khan owns Kigali Serena Hotel and Kivu Serena Hotel, plus Nation Media-Rwanda, which oversees KFM and The East African.

Shortly after the genocide memorial tour, Prince Aga Khan, called for an end to genocide atrocities around the world.

“These events must never be repeated anywhere else again,” Aga Khan wrote in the visitors’ book at Kigali Genocide memorial.

Mahmoud Jan Muhammad, The Managing Director of the Serena Group of Hotels in Africa told journalists that Prince Aga Khan was in Rwanda on an entirely private business trip which coincided with the commemoration week.



Prince Aga Khan signs the visitors book with a note that "these events [Genocide] must never be repeated anywhere else again". (Timothy Kisambira)

“We were here on some other business and obviously we are here during the Genocide memorial week with our Chairman His Highness Aga Khan. We felt it was an opportunity for him to visit the Genocide memorial and pay respect to the victims,” Mahmoud said.

He added that visiting the memorial “is a very moving experience and I think what the government has done to put up this memorial is an excellent initiative, which is for all of us to learn lessons from the past. I hope and pray that no country will ever experience anything like this.”

Mahmoud said that during his visit to Rwanda, The Aga Khan looked into available business opportunities in Rwanda.

He said that Aga Khan firms have a number of investment openings they have on books already to invest in but are also open to other availed opportunities.

“This is just a site visit, but we regularly visit various government institutions including RDB and a number of key departments for business discussions.



Prince Aga Khan tours the Kigali Genocide Memorial. After witnessing the unthinkable horror that befell the Tutsi, he called for an end to genocide atrocities around the world. (Timothy Kisambira)

Asked about what he thought about their investments in Rwanda, Mahmoud said, “We are happy with our investments so far. And we are always looking at available business openings. We have some initiatives on the books and we are always looking for new opportunities.”

He added that, “With excellent collaboration from the government that continues to encourage investors to look into a number of investment opportunities, we will grow—we are not a company that is just going to stop—and Rwanda has tremendous potential.”

Mahmoud said that, other board members of the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development we here with their Chairman, The Aga Khan as they continue to look at the opportunities available for investment in various sectors in Rwanda.

“I am sure he will have dialogue with my other colleagues in infrastructure, industries, health and education sectors,” he added.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2016 6:10 am    Post subject: Prince Amyn Aga Khan meets Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi Reply with quote

2016, April 15: After a short trip to Kigali, Rwanda and Goma, RDC, Prince Amyn Aga Khan mets today President Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi











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Video of Prince Amyn Aga Khan meeting President Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi on April 15, 2016

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Uhuru holds talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan

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President Uhuru Kenyatta with Prince Amyn Aga Khan when he called on him at State House, Nairobi

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At the meeting, Prince Amyn briefed President Kenyatta on on-going programmes of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) in the country and the region.

President Kenyatta commended the AKDN for its contribution to the country’s development, especially in the areas of education and health.

The Aga Khan Development Network is a group of development agencies that have programmes in various areas including environment, health, education, culture, microfinance, rural development, disaster reduction and promotion of private-sector enterprise.

The Aga Khan Health Services and the Aga Khan Education Services are among the leading agencies that have played a key role in the promotion of health and education in the country.

Prince Amyn Aga Khan was accompanied by the President of the Aga Khan Council for Kenya Mr Nawaaz Gulam and the AKDN’s diplomatic representative Mr Aziz Bhaloo
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Uhuru holds talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan
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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday morning held talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan, the younger brother of His Highness the Aga Khan, who paid him a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi.

At the meeting, Prince Amyn briefed President Kenyatta on the on-going programmes of the Aga Khan Development Network in the country and the region.

President Kenyatta commended the Aga Khan Development Network for its contribution to the country’s development, especially in areas of education and health.

The Aga Khan Development Network is a group of development agencies that have programmes in various areas including environment, health, education, culture, microfinance, rural development, disaster reduction and promotion of private-sector enterprise.

The Aga Khan Health Services and the Aga Khan Education Services are among the leading agencies that have played a key role in the promotion of health and education in the country.

Prince Amyn Aga Khan was accompanied by the President of the Aga Khan Council for Kenya, Nawaaz Gulam, and the Aga Khan Development Network’s Diplomatic Representative, Aziz Bhaloo.
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Kenya: President Holds Talks With the Aga Khan's Brother on Development

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday held talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan, the younger brother of the Aga Khan, who paid him a courtesy call at State House in Nairobi.

Prince Amyn briefed President Kenyatta on the work of the Aga Khan Development Network in the country and the region.

President Kenyatta praised the Aga Khan Development Network for its contribution to the country's development, especially in education and health.

The Aga Khan Development Network is a group of development agencies in environment, health, education, culture, micro-finance, rural development, disaster reduction and promotion of private sector enterprise.

The Aga Khan Health Services and the Aga Khan Education Services are among the leading agencies that have played a key role in the promotion of health and education in the country.

Prince Amyn was accompanied by the President of the Aga Khan Council for Kenya, Mr Nawaaz Gulam, and the Aga Khan Development Network's diplomatic representative, Mr Aziz Bhaloo.
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Prince Amyn to attend Edinburgh International Culture Summit

The Edinburgh International Culture Summit brings together Culture Ministers, artists, thinkers and arts leaders from around the world to share ideas, expertise and best practice, with a view to inspiring positive change in cultural policy and investment. Set against the incomparable backdrop of one of the world’s greatest cultural events, the Edinburgh Festivals, the Culture Summit is uniquely placed to facilitate genuine and creative exchange between practitioners and policy-makers.

http://www.culturesummit.com/about-summit

Knowledge Partners

The Summit’s Knowledge Partners are organisations that share our ambition to promote genuine exchange between policymakers and artists, in order to inspire positive change in cultural policy and investment.

Aga Khan Music Initiative

(Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Aga Khan Development Network)

Founded in 2000 to contribute to the revitalisation of musical heritage in post-Soviet Central Asia and Afghanistan, the Aga Khan Music Initiative has evolved into an interregional and multi-disciplinary music and arts education programme whose mission is to support talented musicians and music educators working to preserve, transmit, and further develop their musical heritage in contemporary forms. Presently the Music Initiative works with musicians and artistic communities in nine countries in the Middle East and North Africa, Central Asia and West Africa and is actively engaged in music presenting, education, production and outreach activities in Europe and North America.

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Edinburgh International Culture Summit Programme

Thursday 25 August

09:30 CuLTuRE AnD HERiTAGE PLEnARY in THE DEBATinG CHAMBER
SPECIAl MESSAGES
Francesco Bandarin
Assistant Director-General for Culture, UNESCO, Paris
Prince Amyn Aga Khan
Aga Khan Development Network, Geneva

Maamoun Abdulkarim
Director-General Antiquities and Museums in Syria, Damascus
MINISTERIAl RESPONSES
To be announced by the Presiding Officer
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http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/14700193.Largest_and_most_diverse_Edinburgh_international_culture_summit_begins_today/

Largest and most diverse Edinburgh international culture summit begins today



THE largest and most diverse Edinburgh international culture summit begins today with more than 40 ministerial delegations and over 60 speakers taking part.

Running over three days, the event will see some 42 countries represented, including America, Spain, Singapore, Rwanda, New Zealand, Italy, Bangladesh, Slovenia and Ukraine.

The theme of this year’s summit, the third, is “Culture: Building Resilient Communities” and has three distinct, interlinking strands; culture and heritage, economics and participation.

An impressive line-up of over 60 speakers from countries including Syria, Nigeria, Mexico, India, South Africa, Australia and the US will contribute to the main plenary sessions, policy discussions and workshops.

These will include contributions from: Francesco Bandarin, assistant director-general for culture at UNESCO; Prince Amyn Aga Khan of the Aga Khan development network; Professor Dr Maamoun Abdulkarim, head of antiquities and museums in Syria; Adam Wilkinson, director of Edinburgh World Heritage and Jude Kelly, artistic director of London’s Southbank centre.

Joining the summit for the first time will be a group of 40 young artists and artistic entrepreneurs from the four home nations, giving them the opportunity to engage directly with culture ministers in policy discussions, particularly focusing on the subjects of education, skills development and employment.

Fiona Hyslop, the Scottish cabinet secretary for culture, Europe and external affairs, said: “As the world’s eyes are firmly fixed on Scotland’s capital, the city provides the perfect backdrop for three days of exciting and engaging discussion.”

Matt Hancock, the UK Government’s culture minister, added: “Arts and culture are not confined to individual nations - they transcend international borders. With more countries attending than ever before, the 2016 Culture Summit is a unique opportunity for us to celebrate and collaborate on world cultural issues.”

The culture summit is a collaboration between the British Council, the Edinburgh International Festival, the Scottish Parliament, the Scottish Government and the UK Government and takes place on behalf of the partners by the Edinburgh International Culture Summit Foundation.
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http://www.thenational.scot/culture/artists-and-policy-makers-from-around-the-world-flock-to-the-capital-for-edinburgh-international-cultural-summit.21463

the world flock to the capital for Edinburgh International Cultural Summit
August 23rd, 2016 - 12:11 am Nan Spowart


YOUSSOU N’Dour, the Grammy Award-winning songwriter and former minister of culture for Senegal, flies into Scotland this week for a public talk as part of this year’s Edinburgh International Culture Summit.

He will be joined by 60 speakers from countries all over the world for the biggest and most diverse summit in the history of the event. This year it includes its first ever youth programme, which will feature 40 young artists and artistic entrepreneurs from the four UK home nations.

The main summit sessions are open to the public and along with N’Dour will be addressed by speakers such as Professor Maamoun Abdulkarim, the director of general antiquities and museums in Syria, and David Leventhal, programme director and founding teacher of Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD programme, which provides dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease in New York.

Attending the summit at the Scottish Parliament will be world leaders in the cultural sector from more than 40 countries including the US, Spain, Singapore, Rwanda, New Zealand, Italy, Bangladesh, Slovenia and Ukraine.

WHO ELSE IS SPEAKING?

THIS year’s programme has three distinct, interlinking strands: culture and heritage, culture and economics and culture and participation.

Other speakers include Francesco Bandarin, Unesco’s assistant director-general for culture; Prince Amyn Aga Khan of the Aga Khan Development Network; Susan Fayad, co-ordinator of heritage strategy in Ballarat, Australia; Li Xin, deputy director of the World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and the Pacific Region; Adam Wilkinson, director of Edinburgh World Heritage; Jude Kelly, artistic director of the Southbank Centre; Mike Power, professor of accounting at the London School of Economics; Suhair Khan, head of UK partnerships at Google Cultural Institute, London; Michael Orlove, director of international activities at National Endowment for the Arts; Matthew Peacock, artistic director of Streetwise Opera; and Jay Wang, director of the Centre on Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California.

It is hoped the summit will give ministers and senior policy-makers the opportunity to share global best practice in order to develop relevant, effective policies, designed to achieve lasting impact.

“I see the role of the Scottish Parliament as a vital one in supporting culture and through this summit we are at the heart of and providing a platform for international debate,” said Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh MSP.

WHAT ABOUT THE YOUNG PEOPLE?

THE Youth Programme delegates have been selected from nine organisations including King’s College London, the Royal Conservatoire Scotland, Youth Arts Voice Scotland, Curious Minds, Edinburgh Festival Fringe artists and staff, Festival Academy Europe, Youth Action Northern Ireland, European Youth Forum and the UK Youth Parliament.

Delegates will have the opportunity to engage directly with culture ministers in policy discussions, particularly focusing on the areas of education, skills development and employment.

“For the first time ever, young people will also be given a prominent voice in the culture summit,” said Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs. “The Scottish Government’s ambition is for Scotland to be the best place to grow up, with every child being given the best chance to succeed. We can all learn from our young people and I look forward to hearing their contributions.”

The Edinburgh International Culture Summit, which runs from tomorrow to Friday, is a collaboration between the British Council, Edinburgh International Festival, Scottish Parliament, Scottish Government and UK Government, delivered on behalf of the partners by the Edinburgh International Culture Summit Foundation.

WHAT WILL IT ACHIEVE?

THE inaugural Edinburgh International Culture Summit in 2012 was judged a resounding success, presenting an unprecedented opportunity for cultural exchange, both between practitioners and policy-makers and between separate nation states.

Summit 2016 is expected to build on the foundations of the previous culture summits to encourage further sharing of ideas, debates and future collaborations.

“With delegations from 43 countries in attendance, this is arguably the most significant Edinburgh International Culture Summit to date,” said Sir Ciarán Devane, British Council chief executive. “The need to engage with issues surrounding cultural heritage, cultural participation and the resilience of communities is greater than ever – issues which affect us all. It is fitting that this year’s EICS will provide a truly global perspective on how best to reflect and respect the diversity of identities and cultures that co-exist in our world.”

Sir Jonathan Mills, director of the Edinburgh International Culture Summit Foundation, added: “The theme of Summit 2016 – Culture: Building Resilient Communities – reflects the summit’s strong belief in the vital role that culture plays in the life of any successful community.

“It also acknowledges that how one defines that success is a matter of cultural, linguistic and environmental difference. I hope that the summit will emphasise the importance of artistic exchange in a world that is increasingly complex and multi-lateral.”
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Edinburgh International Cultural Summit Part II
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Prince Amyn Aga Khan's speech starts at 14:56 min and ends at 28:46 min

The whole Video is at:

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Prince Amyn Aga Khan at the Museum of Anthropology - Vancouver May 11, 2017

Published on May 12, 2017

On May 11, 2017, Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia invited public to celebrate the opening of their new exhibition, Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia, which honours the special significance that written forms hold across many diverse cultures in Asia.

The program began with remarks by Prince Amyn Aga Khan, the younger brother of His Highness the Aga Khan and a lifelong supporter of the arts.

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