Mokhtar LAMANI

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Mokhtar Lamani, former ambassador of the Arab League to Iraq, is a Senior Visiting Fellow at Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI, Canada, Ontario).

Mokhtar Lamani is a Senior Visiting Fellow at CIGI working on research projects involving the Middle East and the Islamic World.

Mokhtar Lamani served as Special Representative of the Arab League in Iraq, appointed by the Council of Arab Ministers of Foreign Affairs in 2006. On behalf of the Arab League, he worked to reconcile fractious parties and sectarian groups in Iraq while building peaceful relations between Iraq and neighbouring countries. Prior to his position as Special Representative, Mr. Lamani was a visiting lecturer at universities across the West and Islamic regions from 2005-2006. As

Ambassador of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to the United Nations from 1998-2004, Mokhtar Lamani represented the OIC to the UN and was a coordinator of the OIC group in New York. His distinguished career in international diplomacy includes a number of positions with the General Secretariat and with the Arab League, including Deputy Permanent Observer to the UN, Officer in Charge of the Iraq-Kuwait dispute, coordinator of Secretariat Reform, and coordinator of the Euro-Arab Dialogue and Afro-Arab Cooperation. In addition to teaching the political aspect of governance at Wilfrid
Laurier University, Mr. Lamani has given lectures at NYU, York, Colombia, the University of Montreal and McGill among others. He has also given presentations and lectures to the Carnegie Council in New York, the Stimson Centre in Washington and other international think tanks.


The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) is an international think tank founded in 2002. CIGI’s main purpose is to address international governance challenges through world-class research. CIGI strives to identify and generate ideas for global change by studying, advising and networking with scholars, practitioners and governments on the character and desired reforms to multilateral governance issues. Through conferences, workshops, publications, public events and technology, CIGI aims to raise capacity to effect change in public policy both in Canada and around the world. CIGI gratefully acknowledges the support of the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

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