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Together: An exhibition on global development nationally recognized at the 2017 Canadian Museum Associations Conference in Ottawa

Aga Khan Foundation Canada was presented with the Award of Outstanding Achievement in Exhibitions for its mobile Together exhibition at the national conference on April 7, 2017. The exhibition was recognized for its national reach and innovative ways of engaging Canadians on the importance of global development and improving quality of life in some of the poorest regions of the world. 

 

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Together: An exhibition on global development from the Aga Khan Foundation Canada arrives in Woodstock on Friday for two-day event (Woodstock Sentinel-Review - Megan Stacey)

Ahead of its stay in Woodstock Ontario on October 21st-22nd, a reporter for the Woodstock Sentinel-Review reached out to exhibit manager Christine McGuire to provide some background on the truck and its message: “People are inspired. They’re inspired to learn more about the roles that Canadians are already playing, but what they can do as well. Canadians really possess tremendous potential to affect and reduce global poverty and improve quality of life….” Click the link below to read the full interview.

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Aga Khan Foundation Canada's interactive traveling exhibition on global development work drew hundreds to Museum Square (Woodstock Sentinel-Review - Megan Stacey)

The Together exhibit spent two days in Woodstock Ontario’s Museum Square this past weekend. Woodstock Sentinel-Review reporter Megan Stacey was on hand to watch the exhibit transform from a 53-foot transport truck into a 1000 square foot museum. Follow the link to read more about the exhibit and its exciting 2016 tour across western and central Canada!

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Aga Khan Foundation at Seneca (Digging For Gold - Jos Nolle)

Dean of Seneca International Jos Nolle wrote a piece about the exhibit in his blog while the truck was at Seneca College on October 12th and 13th , 2016. Current Seneca president David Agnew, former president of UNICEF Canada, was also on hand to tour the exhibit. The truck was present at this campus event in partnership with a two hour learning session given by AKFC on global development.

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