What is in it for me?
- Tired of growing inequalities across society?
- Tired of the increasingly polarised society we live in?
- Tired of marginalised communities not having adequate resources to solve their own problems?
- Would you like to live in a greener, more tolerant world?
- Would you like to be part of a movement that helped start addressing these issues?
If you answered yes to the questions above, you are of a kindred spirit - and we ask you to come join the cause of making a better world.
IABWA is a collaborative network of autonomous networks (i.e. clubs) comprised of professionals and problem solvers. There are literally millions of people around the world, with varying skill sets, that can join hands and solve problems that politicians and "those in power" - either do not deem urgent, or simply "do not want to solve".
If you are an individual of good heart, and want to make the world a better place for all humankind, we urge you to join us - and to add your skills to the skills base that we are building, so that we can start tackling and solving socio-economic problems, one community at a time, whilst learning from each others experiences, successes and failures.
In an increasingly divided world, IABWA provides one of the most basic human needs; the need for friendship & fellowship. What makes us unique is friendships based on recognised humanity and interdependence.
Personal growth & development
Realising capabilities, unleashing untapped potential, and achieving goals, personally and professionally.
Fostering vibrant communities
Our passion is bringing people together. We believe magic happens when great minds with shared values, come together to solve challenges.
Networking opportunities with professionals from a cross section of society.
We are the silent majority - a lot of us are aware of pressing issues of global concern, but feel helpless because of the scale of the problem.
Together, we can work together on tackling these issues that affect our communities, and share our experience/knowledge with other communities that might be facing the same issues.
- Self actualisation
- Co-agency and Co-creation
- Knowledge sharing
- Recognition of humanity of all
- Creating positive change