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The crisis of hunger is played out in a world that has more food than it knows what to do with...……..The vast sums paid to farmers here and in Europe to encourage them not to grow certain types of food provide a perverse contrast to the relatively small sums we are told would be needed to provide food for millions of hungry people; we can switch from a fitness workout on one channel, telling us how to fight "urban flab," to another where we are confronted with ghastly images of emaciated children

Remembering Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan 2018-05-17

Prince Charles receives the “Golden Soul” from Aga Khan  2018-05-17
Source: 
weekly.ahram.org.eg

A new book by English-Swiss author Diana Miserez remembers the multifaceted life of prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, writes Amal Owaida

Despite the objections of his wife princess Catherine, the first book to appear 14 years after the death of prince Sadruddin Aga Khan has now been published in English and French. Entitled Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, Humanitarian and Visionary (Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, Humaniste et Visionnaire), the book has been written by English-Swiss author Diana Miserez.

Prince Sadrudin

Prince Sadrudin

Remembering Prince Sadrudin Aga Khan who passed away May 17th 2003

Birthday of Prince Sadrudin

Birthday of Prince Sadrudin

Prince Sadrudin Aga Khan was born January 17 1933 Neuilly-sur-Seine, Switzerland and served as United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from 1966 to 1977,

REVERSING THE GRAIN DRAIN - Speech by Prince Sadrudin Aga Khan 1986-05-18

Prince Sadrudin Aga Khan
Source: 
ismaili.net

REVERSING THE GRAIN DRAIN
An Address on May 18, 1986 by

PRINCE SADRUDDIN AGA KHAN

at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts 02155

Prince Sadrudin

Prince Sadrudin

Prince Sadrudin in Bujumbura in 1965 with Count Rajan

Source: 
ismaili.net

Statement by Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to the Third Committee of the United Nati

Prince Sadrudin Aga Khan
Source: 
unhcr.org

Madam Chairman,

The Committee has before it today two seemingly routine matters: my Annual Report, and the periodic consideration of whether UNHCR should be continued. The agenda, appropriately terse, scarcely conceals its irony.

Statement by Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to the Third Committee of the United Nati

Prince Sadrudin Aga Khan
Source: 
unhcr.org

Madam Chairman,

The Committee has before it today two seemingly routine matters: my Annual Report, and the periodic consideration of whether UNHCR should be continued. The agenda, appropriately terse, scarcely conceals its irony.

Statement by Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to the Third Committee of the United Nati

Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan
Source: 
unhcr.org

Madam Chairman,

The Committee has before it today two seemingly routine matters: my Annual Report, and the periodic consideration of whether UNHCR should be continued. The agenda, appropriately terse, scarcely conceals its irony.

Prince Sadrudin Agakhan 1933-01-17

Prince Sadrudin Agakhan  1933-01-17

Prince Sadrudin Agakhan was born in January 17, 1933. His mother was Princess Andree Josephine Carron

Saving the World One Art Poster at a Time 2012-01-20

Save the Alps Poster
Source: 
Huffpost Arts & Culture

Art is a powerful emotional tool for creating awareness and fostering a commitment to change the world, even if each print makes just a small dent. Think Uncle Sam's "I Want You For The U.S. Army," Apple's "Think Different" and the "Wonderful Copenhagen" poster with a police officer helping a mother duck across the street with her small ducklings. If you want to disseminate information quickly and engage people, thought-provoking art posters are an effective medium.

On occasion of Prince Sadrudin's Birthday from Records of the Office of the High Commissioner 1965-12-01

Prince Sadrudin
Source: 
UNHCR

This follow-up project particularly focuses on the records of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan (1966-1977) and of Poul Hartling (1978-1985). The records serve to document the wide ranging work of the Office of the High Commissioner, and include extensive material on missions, speeches, correspondence and briefs.

2006-05-31_bellerive

2006-05-31_bellerive

31 May 2006 Geneva, Switerzland: His Highness the Aga Khan speaks at the luncheon marking the merger of the Bellerive Foundation and the Aga Khan Foundation as Princess Catherine looks on.

Source: 
AKDN


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