At The Centre

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Kenya's 2010 constitution defines an inclusive nation with an accountable state. Does it go far enough? Constitutional expert Yash Ghai says yes and no.
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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.
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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.
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Future Home

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The Centre is renovating the former Canadian war museum building to create a global destination for dialogue. Learn more about the project here.
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Highlights

hishighness parliamentFeb28The Centre's Chairman adresses 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 >

 


 

antonioguterres highlights 2014 Annual Pluralism Lecturer named – António Guterres

António Guterres, a former Prime Minister of Portugal and the current United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, will deliver the Centre’s third annual Pluralism Lecture in May. Mr. Guterres follows Kofi Annan (2013) and Roza Otunbayeva (2012). Read his bio >

 


 

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

In September 2013, the Katiba Institute and the Centre co-published Ethnicity, Nationhood and Pluralism: Kenyan Perspectives. The volume features essays by Yash Pal Ghai, Jill Cottrell Ghai, Karuti Kanyinga and Zein Abubakar. Find out more >

 


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