AIWF Activities 2016

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“The PricewaterhouseCoopers success as an organisation depends upon unlocking the potential of our people, in the same way that the AIWF aims to open up the opportunities and influence of Arab women in business and government”

-Warwick Hunt, Middle East Managing Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

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2005 Report and Recommendations Launch, FCO, London UK

Report & Recommendations: Women as Engines of Economic Growth in the Arab World – Launch at The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London UK
September 2005

AIWF 2005 PROGRAMME PARTNERS

PROGRAMME LAUNCH HOST

The Arab International Women‘s Forum extends their thanks and special appreciation to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office UK valued and generous support of the Report and Recommendations Launch.

CONFERENCE PARTNERS

The Arab International Women’s Forum would particularly like to thank the Conference Partners whose generous support made the AIWF 2005 Programme possible.

CORPORATE PARTNERS

The Arab International Women’s Forum was proud to have Shell , IBM and CIB as Corporate Partners for the AIWF 2005 Programme and extends thanks for their valued support.

IBMCIB

PROGRAMME PARTNERS

The Arab International Women’s Forum would like to thank our Programme Partners for their valuable contribution to the AIWF 2005 Programme.

Instituto de Empresa Business School, Madrid Spain

Fundación Promoción Social de la Cultura, Spain

LOCAL PROGRAMME PARTNERS

The Arab International Women’s Forum would also like to thank Local Programme Partners who helped to deliver the AIWF 2005 Programme.

No Peace without Justice (NPWJ)
No peace without justice

The Women’s Strategy Group of Egypt’s International Economic Forum