Moroccan thinker and writer, and a professor of Philosophy at the University of King Hassan II in Casablanca. He is a member of the Arab National Congress, a member of the Islamic National Conference, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Arab Youth Forum.
Abdel Latif Hussein Mohamad, 26 years old, of Somali citizenship, a member of the Secretariat General of the Council of Youth in the Horn of Africa, and a founding member of the Arabic and African Youth Council, and a member of the Executive Bureau of Arab Youth Council for Integrated Development.
Holder of a PhD in Sciences from the University of Michigan, in the United States of America in 1963. He served as Prime Minister and Minister of Defense (4/2005-11/2005), Minister of Education (1989-1990) and Minister of Agriculture in 1989 in Jordan.
Holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, a License in Arabic language and a Master’s Degree in Literature and Criticism. He is a member in the Supreme Council of Culture (Committee of book and publishing) in Egypt, and the Secretary General of the Association of Modern Literature – in Cairo, as well as the Managing Editor of the magazine “Al Shabab” in Saudi Arabia.
He is a doctor, a writer and a political thinker from Bahrain. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Arab Organization for the fight against Corruption and a founding member of the Arab National Congress.
Secretary-General of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs, and Executive Director of the Foundation “Sir Magdi Yacoub”. She worked as a Diplomatic Attaché at the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, after she had been granted a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Political Sciences from the University of Cairo.
Arab Thought Foundation Youth Ambassador in Tunisia, and a Tunisian writer recorded twice in the Guinness Book of Records as the youngest short story writer in the world for the year 2000 and the younger writer of heavy production in the world for the year 2002, and her production exceeded one hundred short stories for children.
A Libyan lawyer. She has completed her postgraduate studies in law at the University of Paris 1, in France. She is currently a key partner in Al-Makhour and Partners Law Firm.
Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Sciences in the United Arab Emirates University. Holder of a PhD in political sciences. She is focusing on the issues of reform, development and security in the Gulf region.
She is a Lebanese Academic, holds a Ph.D. in Art History and Archaeology from the University of Sorbonne in Paris. She is a Professor at the Lebanese University and St. Joseph University, and former Director of the International Centre for Human Sciences of UNESCO.
Vice President of the St. Joseph University for Academic Affairs; Professor of the modern Arabic literature and of translation at the Institute of Oriental Literature. President of the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO.
Arab Thought Youth Ambassador in Yemen, a writer and a youth activist in his twenty-one years of age. He worked with a number of organizations such as UNESCO, the World Bank and Human Rights Watch; he was the youngest international observer in the presidential and local elections in Yemen in 2006.
Journalist and Lebanese writer, holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Sciences and a Master's Degree in Arabic Literature from the American University of Beirut. Former editor of the following newspapers: The Daily Star - Beirut, Arab News - Jeddah, Middle East, Al-Hayat - London.
Jihad Chajaiyah, 28 years old, of Palestinian citizenship; he began his youth work before 9 years through his participation as a facilitator for youth groups in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sport in several camps and youth encampments. His passion was in youth work which forced him to participate in youth activities with many youth institutions and organizations.
Professor of Sociology at the University of Kuwait. Holder of a PhD from the University of Durham. He was the editor-in-chief of the famous Kuwaiti Arab Magazine for 17 years. He worked as Secretary-General of the National Council for Culture and Arts in Kuwait between 1998 and 2003.
Algerian writer and politician; he was an officer in the Algerian Liberation Army during the Revolution. He worked after the independence as a Political Governor of the National Navy, and then Media Adviser to the Presidents Houari Boumedine, Rabeh Bitat and Chazeli Bin Jadid (from 1971 to 1984).
He is the Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Egyptian Parliament, and a political thinker; he served a number of important diplomatic and political posts, he was the ambassador to Egypt in Vienna, the Secretary General of the Consultative Council for Foreign Policy, and the Secretary of the Institute of Diplomatic Studies. He taught at the American University of Cairo and he supervised a number of theses. He published several books, including, the important book on the renewal of nationalist thought.
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