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WHAT WE DO

The British Arab Network is an Independent, not for profit, and non-party political organisation.

Aims and Objectives

To be a forum for debate, discussion and discourse on Arab political, diplomatic, economic, trade, defence, security and cultural issues.
To act as a platform for dialogue, discussion and discourse between the U.K. and the Arab world.
To facilitate closer political, diplomatic, economic, trade, security and cultural ties between the United Kingdom and the Arab nations.

To formulate and carry out public diplomacy initiatives with the Arab world.

To raise awareness of British-Arab community issues with the U.K. Government, Parliament, Political Parties, Institutions and NGOs.
To promote the integration of the British Arab communities into mainstream British society, whilst respecting their cultural heritage.
To promote dialogue to develop greater mutual understanding, respect and tolerance between cultures and religions.
To promote trade and cultural exchanges between the U.K. and Arab States.

Activities:

Round-tables

Symposiums

Briefings

Delegations