At The Centre

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Is Kenya’s 2010 constitution a support to pluralism? Join us on April 3 for our next Forum featuring constitutional expert Yash Ghai.
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About Pluralism

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Pluralism is an umbrella concept for various approaches to inclusive citizenship through mutual respect. Every society must choose its own path.

Global Links

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Knowledge to support pluralism exists worldwide, but it's not always easy to find. Follow our links to some useful global resources. 

Future Home

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The Centre is renovating the former Canadian war museum building to create a global destination for dialogue. Follow the project.


hishighness parliamentFeb28The Centre's Chairman addresses Canadian parliament
On February 27, in a historic address to a joint session of the Parliament of Canada, His Highness the Aga Khan lauded Canada as a leader for advancing pluralism in the world, highlighting the vital role of civil societies in making room for diversity with equality. Read more >



definingpluralism RU cover highlightsDefining Pluralism now available in Russian

Defining Pluralism introduces the Centre’s approach to pluralism, highlighting both the sources of cohesion and fragmentation in diverse societies. The paper, first published in 2012, is now available in English, French and Russian [left]. French and Russian editions of the website will launch in 2014.  Read more >  



ENPP cover highlightsCentre co-publishes new book on Kenya with Katiba Institute

In September, the Katiba Institute and the Centre co-published Ethnicity, Nationhood and Pluralism: Kenyan Perspectives. Now available in Kenya, the volume features essays by Yash Pal Ghai, Jill Cottrell Ghai, Karuti Kanyinga and Zein Abubakar. The Centre will publish an electronic edition early in 2014. Find out more >


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