To reach out to a wider audience, the Award organizes international and regional seminars during each cycle. International seminars examine the trends and implications of architectural transformations in the Islamic world, while regional seminars explore architecture in Islamic cultures in a specific area. Designed to address developments in the built environments of Muslims, they bring together government officials, architects, academics, planners, social scientists, designers and architectural writers.
Since the Award's inception, 22 seminars have been held in various parts of the world, including Paris, Istanbul, Fez, Jakarta, Amman, Beijing, Dakar, Sana'a, Kuala Lumpur, Cairo, Dhaka, Granada, Malta, Zanzibar, Yogyakarta, Almaty, Baku, Beirut, Moscow, Yazd, Tehran and Kuwait.
Historic Cities Programme, which focuses on the physical, social, and economic revitalisation of historic sites in the Muslim world.
Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture, which is dedicated to the study of Islamic architecture, visual arts, conservation, urban design and rehabilitation.
ArchNet.org, an on-line resource focusing on architecture, urban design, urban development, and related issues in the Muslim world.
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