Body considered five specialized areas for nomination
KUWAIT CITY, Oct 20: The Regional Network for Congress of Social Responsibility (CSRN) has released the list of 100 Most Influential Arab Social Responsibility Persons of the Year 2019, in recognition of the United Nations Month, reports Al-Anba daily.
In a press release issued on the occasion of the International Congress of Social Responsibility in Rabat, the network’s chairman Prof. Youssef Abdel Ghaffar said the selection was made based on an Arab professional ranking launched by the network, which allowed Arab personalities to apply for this ranking by announcing the conditions governing the application. He explained that the consultative body of this Arab ranking, which includes Arab professional and academic figures, considered five specialized areas on which the nomination was approved.
These areas are – social responsibility, sustainable development, business ethics, community service, and institutional volunteering. The Arab Professional Ranking is being launched this year by nominating influential Arab figures who play prominent roles in the society.
The most prominent among those selected from Kuwait are Ahmadi Governor Sheikh Fawaz Al-Khaled, Educational Expert Sheikha Suhaila Salem Al-Sabah, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and Chairman of the International Islamic Charity Organization Dr Abdullah Al-Matouq, and Director General of the Arab Planning Institute Dr Bader Malallah.
The list also includes the Director General of the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development of the Islamic Development Bank in Jeddah Dr Walid Al-Wahaib, the President of the Arab Foundation for Community Values Dr Zuhair Al-Mazidi, Chairman of the Social Solidarity Association for the Care of Insolvent Prisoners Dr Musaed Mandani, Director General of the Zakat House Mohammed Al-Otaibi and an academic with a doctorate in the field of social responsibility Dr Aroub Al-Rifai, as well as a consultant in the field of sustainable development Bader Al-Mutairi