WIEF Leadership Institutional Linkage

WIEF Leadership Institutional Linkage
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Community Admins:

The WIEF Foundation was established on 6th March 2006 to institutionalize The World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) Foundation. The Foundation seeks to fulfill its objective of organizing its annual and regional Forums and to implement the programs established under the WIFE initiatives. An International Advisory Panel was also established to provide the strategic direction to the Forum and its related programs.

The Foundation established its own Permanent Secretariat based in Kuala Lumpur in July 2008 and is managed by a Board of Trustees led by the Chairman of the Foundation. WIEF was formed for the purpose of enhancing the economic wellbeing of the people of Muslim nations and Muslim communities worldwide through increasing trade and business activities amongst them. WIEF aims to package the Muslim world as a lucrative trade and investment caucus that is able to attract foreign investors and business partners from various countries worldwide.

WIEF believes that collaboration is the salient feature of 21st century international relations. Business partnerships can become genuine bridges towards peace and prosperity between the Muslim and non-Muslim world. WIEF accords the highest importance to two of the most important segments of society - the women and youth of the Muslim world - which it seeks to nurture to its maximum potential through training, education and business activities.

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To have advanced Muslim societies there is no way else, except focusing on leadership and training strong leaders. To train qualified leaders absolutely, only one choice is available and it is to give more value to leadership institutions. Obviously in this way we have to learn some from non-Muslims that how gaining to the acceptable level of quality in leadership training and if probably some hindrances are from our misunderstanding from schools of thought which misguided us in this way, it has to be corrected.
Last replied by seyed mohammad sadegh on Saturday, 27 July 2013