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"Knowledge from the region, action for the region"

Through its regular conferences and events, the WANA Institute provides a platform for evidence-based discussion on topics related to constructive and sustainable regional solutions.


The WANA Institute is a non-politicised and candid space for unlikely partners to come together to discuss development problems, unbarred by political affiliation or organisational mandates. Within this space, all stakeholders are given equal audience regardless of their institutional affiliation, rank, country, religion, gender or age. Participants are carefully selected based on an evaluation of their roles as change-makers, commitment to strengthened regional cooperation, and capacity to affect tangible outcomes.

25 Sep 2017

International Conference: Youth Volunteering and Dialogue, Preventing Violent Extremism and Strengthening Social Inclusion

Human Security researcher Nadine Sayegh will participate in the second International Conference on “Youth Volunteering and Dialogue, Preventing Violent Extremism and Strengthening Social Inclusion” at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris from 25 to 27 September. Over 100 young volunteers from across the w...
26 Sep 2017

Debating Security Plus

The WANA Institute is partnering with Friends of Europe for the fifth edition of Debating Security Plus, a global online brainstorm from 26 to 28 September. WANA’s Human Security researcher Barik Mhadeen will take part in the debate. The online event will gather several thousand experts from around ...
16 Oct 2017

Wilton Park Youth Dialogues

The WANA Institute is partnering with Wilton Park in organising a series of youth dialogues in 2017 and 2018. A total of seven events will be held in the United Kingdom, Jordan, and South Africa with other venues to be confirmed. The dialogues will bring together youth, government, NGOs, civil socie...
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