About Caabu

Caabu is a not-for-profit cross-party organisation whose mission is to work for a British Middle East policy that promotes conflict resolution, human rights and civil society in the Arab world through informed debate and mutual understanding. Caabu is one of the most active NGOs working on the Middle East in British parliament since its establishment in 1967. From then on Caabu has assumed an active advocacy, educational and media role.

  Caabu's mission is to work for a British Middle East policy that promotes conflict resolution, human rights and civil society in the Arab world…
Caabu has a small but committed team of staff, as well as a distinguished board of academics, journalists and parliamentarians.
Caabu is proud to partner a number of organisations in its work
Caabu is a small but highly active organisation that costs around £160,000 a year to run.  At all times, the Caabu Board and Staff work hard to keep…
Shortly after the end of the 1967 war, a group of distinguished politicians, journalists, academics and others with an interest in the Arab World…
Winners of the 2010 Takreem Award for Exceptional Contribution to Arab Society
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi "I’ve been on a Caabu delegation to Palestine, and I think these delegations are an essential part of my understanding of…