Arab Reform Initiative (ARI)
مبادرة الإصلاح العربي
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Formed through the collaboration between policy research centres from ten Arab countries, four European think tanks, and one from the United States to set the agenda for political and social reforms in the region based on the priorities that the region's societies themselves formulated. ARI became a think tank in its own right with 20 peer partners across the region, acting as resources for exclusive knowledge on their respective governments and societies. ARI's strategy has evolved over the years, reflecting changes in the avenues for achieving democratic reform.
As a think tank of the 2011 political generation, articulate a home-grown agenda for democratic change and social justice in the Arab world, guided by the principles of impartiality, gender equality and diversity; conduct policy analysis and research that draws on exclusive insider knowledge; provide a platform for inspirational voices and create new forums for exchange; empower young and emerging actors of change.
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Board; Team; hubs in Beirut (Lebanon), Paris (France), Tunis (Tunisia).
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