On Thursday, May 28, 2015, at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada, the Global Centre for Pluralism held its fourth annual lecture. This year’s lecturer was The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada. In her outstanding lecture, the Chief Justice called for diverse, multicultural societies to choose tolerance over intolerance, while also pointing out that tolerance must have limits. We highly recommend her speech which is also available in print at pluralism.ca, here.

That pluralism and tolerance have limits is a sentiment also shared by the Aga Khan and his extensive remarks in respect of this and cosmopolitan ethics were analyzed, in depth, in the recent article “Beyond Relativism: The Aga Khan on Personal Search, Universal Ethics and Pluralism” published on ismailignosis.com, here.

For the tens of thousands Ismailis in North America, and around the world, who were unable to watch the live webcast, it is our great pleasure to be able to bring you the Globe and Mail video of the webcast — unedited, from start to finish.

Click here to read His Highness the Aga Khan’s speech.

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