“Good governance helps support transparency, equality, accountability and respect for both human rights and the rule of law across all walks of life.”
As members of the MBI Alumni Association, we understand just how important good governance is around the world. Right now, many of our Alumni are employed in pivotal positions – across numerous sectors – where we can champion the policies of good governance and help advance the causes of fairness and human rights.
For example, one of our Alumnus is the founder and director of the Society Voice Foundation, a non-profit-making, non-governmental and non-partisan organisation, working in the Gaza Strip to help empower the Palestinian civil society through a series of community actions.
We have an Alumna working at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems – a non-profit organization that supports democracy and elections around the world – who is helping to enhance women’s political, economic and social participation.
There are Alumni pushing for advances in democratization throughout the Middle East; Alumni working at building bridges between Israel and Palestine; Alumni delivering governance support and training across the whole of the MENA region… and Alumni dedicated full time to peace building and tolerance around the world.
What We Advocate
The MBI Alumni Association is a worldwide group of like minded individuals, striving for advancements and equality in the fields of education, cultural dialogue and good governance.
We believe that education has a major role to play in both the advancement of the Middle East... and in breaking down barriers between the people of the Middle East and the wider world.
Together we have helped foster mutual understanding, shared knowledge and meaningful growth… and helped push forward the cultural dialogue between the West and the Middle East.
Many of our Alumni are employed in pivotal positions - across numerous sectors - where we can champion the policies of good governance and advance the causes of fairness and human rights.