An active advocate for peace and education, Queen Noor is an advisor to the United Nations on peace-building and conflict recovery and is the International Spokesperson for the McGill Middle East Program of Civil Society and Peace Building (MMEP).

Queen Noor initiated the National Music Conservatory, the National Handicrafts Development Project, Jerash Festival for Culture and Arts, and The Jubilee School to support education and the arts in Jordan.

She works to raise awareness for charities such as Mineseeker Foundation, and is Honorary Chair of Landmine Survivors Network, advisor to Women Waging Peace, Seeds of Peace and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, and trustee for Refugees International.

She also strives to help the environment through her support of the World Conservation Union (for which she is a patron), and is a trustee for the Aspen Institute, Conservation International and World Wildlife Fund International.

She is president of the United World Colleges, Chair of the United Nations University International Leadership Academy, a Commissioner of the International Commission on Missing Persons and a Patron of the SOS Children's VillagesUSA in Jordan.

Queen Noor is also on the board of the Daniel Pearl Foundation.

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