Addressing future of work challenges and championing gender diversity and inclusion in the MENA private sector

AIWF Global Partners

The Arab International Women’s Forum is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation and proudly acknowledges the invaluable support of our Global Benefactor Partner PepsiCo and AIWF Global Corporate Partners Shell, Pfizer, and PwC, on all our initiatives and international advocacy programmes made possible with their continued endorsement and confidence.

Find out how we have collaborated with our Global Partners on past events, campaigns and initiatives and how all our valued partnerships have contributed to and enriched our programmes.

AIWF Timeline

AIWF works with corporate partners where there is clear alignment of values and a shared vision for a future Arab world where women and youth are empowered to lead, innovate, create and prosper.

Partnering with AIWF

AIWF Institutional Partners & Strategic Alliances

AIWF works with international and regional institutional partners, joining forces and linking networks to effect powerful, positive change for women and young leaders.

Over two decades AIWF has proudly collaborated with some of the world’s leading corporations, institutions and organisations as Programme Partners on events, conferences and joint initiatives held in the UK, Europe, the United States and across the MENA Region. AIWF also frequently supports our Strategic Alliances by facilitating introductions and nominations for Arab and international women as keynote speakers, award nominees, and summer school participants. Some of our Programme Partners and Strategic Alliances have included:

AIWF Global Media Partner

AIWF is proud to work with Memac Ogilvy as our Global Media Partner. Founded in 1984 and part of the Ogilvy Worldwide network, Memac Ogilvy is the most local of the international agencies and the most international of the local agencies with 11 offices in the MENA Region.

AIWF partners with some of the world’s leading universities on events and initiatives that link academia and the private sector to support the development of market-ready MENA graduates, foster women-led innovation and entrepreneurship, and nurture the next generation of young Arab business leaders

AIWF Academic Partners

In a region where over half of graduates in most MENA States are women, AIWF sees higher education as a key priority area for action and has worked directly with leading institutes of learning to create valuable opportunities for young women leaders, including:

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