By Bilaal Rajan Available at: Toronto, Canada – Twelve year-old children’s rights activist and UNICEF Canada ambassador Bilaal Rajan recently held a launch of his new book. Named Making Change: Tips from an Underage Overachiever (160 pages, Orca Book Publishers), it shows young people that no matter who they are or where they’re from, they […]
I watched an amazing movie War Dance and highly recommend each one of you to do so. It has a very powerful message. Simply put War Dance is awesome. It tells of a story of the group of middle school youngsters from the rural north who go on to compete in the national finals in various […]
Hello All, I have had verybusy week speaking at different events, I was one of the judges for kaleidoscope video competition accross canada on millenium goals and met some wonderful and creative artists. I really enjoyed the videos, please go to www.videochallenge.ca to watch these videos. Jennifer and kevin were the National winners of Change, […]
I would like to share with you the review for the book by Lizanne Eastwood. Enjoy, Bilaal Although Making Change is classified Juvenile, there is so much information here that would be relevant for adults looking for inspiration for their fundraising projects. Bilaal Rajan, a young student from Ontario, started his fundraising efforts at the […]
My book is dedicated to the man who is my inspiration, Hazar Imam, the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Community, His Highness Prince Karim Al-Husseini Aga Khan, a man who, for the last fifty years, has worked tirelessly for the uplift and betterment of all the world’s citizens. Happy Golden Jubilee! To read […]
Hello All, I have been given the great honour of being the focus of Alex Mandossian’s Student Spotlight. I am really excited about my interview with Alex, I hope you can tune in at http://www.AlexMandossian.com FR: Alex Mandossian RE: Student Spotlight – Bilaal Rajan I want you to meet Bilaal Rajan… He is […]
I would like to introduce International Peace Day 2008 happening tomorrow, September 21, in Toronto, what I think is the multicultural Mecca of North America. What an example this city is – where so many different ethnicities and cultures live side by side in a sharing, and caring environment. This is what we can build peace on. […]
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