Canadian Arab to Watch

With our Canadian Arab to Watch initiative, we are looking to highlight Canadian Arabs who are having a beneficial impact on society. Maybe they are making medical advances; maybe their work educates Canadian society about Arab culture or issues; maybe their volunteer work benefits their immediate community; perhaps they are professionals who are doing things differently - better

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Nomination Form

Nomination Criteria: Nominees must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, residing here or abroad. They must have demonstrable achievements that positively impacted or influenced others in their spheres and/or beyond. Their work and influence may have taken place in Canada or internationally. 

We will give priority to the following:
a) Nominees who are impacting Canadian communities or society at large at a social, economic, cultural, or political level
b) Nominees whose work, ambitions and/or achievements align with CAI's mission, vision and objectives
c) Nominees who have contributions that are timely for recognition

Nomination Process: The public is encouraged to make nominations to the Canadian Arab Person to Watch initiative.  Each month a Person to Watch will be chosen from the nominees by a panel of judges who will base their decisions on those nominees who best meet the criteria outlined below. Judging is at the sole and absolute discretion of the judges, without right of appeal.  Nominees who are not immediately chosen may be considered at a later date. 

Winners will be chosen, notified and interviewed within 2 weeks of final judging. The winners will be contacted by The Canadian Arab Institute to arrange for an interview, which may include photo and video, and may be published or posted on any property of The Canadian Arab Institute (website, social media or print material).

 

Nomination Process: The public is encouraged to make nominations to the Canadian Arab Person to Watch initiative.  Each month a Person to Watch will be chosen from the nominees by a panel of judges who will base their decisions on those nominees who best meet the criteria outlined below. Judging is at the sole and absolute discretion of the judges, without right of appeal.  Nominees who are not immediately chosen may be considered at a later date. 

Winners will be chosen, notified and interviewed within 2 weeks of final judging. The winners will be contacted by The Canadian Arab Institute to arrange for an interview, which may include photo and video, and may be published or posted on any property of The Canadian Arab Institute (website, social media or print material).