Restoring Dignity
Aga Khan Collection

Dignity is undervalued and violated in many places in the world by situations like poverty, violence, domination, lack of education, heritage destruction, or sanitary and environmental problems. Dignity emerges when we create initiatives that improve the lives of people, when we boost healthcare and education programmes, when favouring women’s empowerment, when rehabilitating cultural heritage or creating green parks in polluted urban areas.


This three-part documentary entitled Restoring Dignity, explores the transformational work undertaken by the Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme in Kabul, Lahore, and Delhi, to restore people’s dignity through cultural development. 

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Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme
historic preservation
restoration and conservation
area development
urban regeneration
parks
social development