The World Muslim Leadership Forum (WMLF) was established in 2010 to focus on the importance of leadership in the Muslim world, and to build bridges of communication between the Muslim world and the West.
ASLI, a Malaysian think-tank and the Faith Regen Foundation, a UK-based charity, jointly hosted the WMLF’s inaugural conference in October 2010. The WMLF conference was a resounding success and brought together Muslim leaders from across the globe and different sectors including legal, economic, business, political and charitable. The Forum hosted in Central London discussed issues relating to leadership, governance and synergies between Muslims and the West.
A second WMLF conference, entitled ‘World Muslim Leaders: The Next Generation’ was held in Central London in 2012. This conference focused specifically on young Muslim leaders and provided them with a platform to articulate their thoughts and ideas on the future of the Muslim world in the context of democracy, governance and sustainable development.