Hosh Ibrahim’s interest has been focused on good governance and its paramount role in development on the African continent. This led to further work supporting human rights across the Global South, due to the interconnectivity of many of the issues. He serves on the Board of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation for African Governance where he previously worked as the Director of Special Projects. He currently serves on the Global Advisory Board of Sesame Workshop, creator of Sesame Street children’s television for early childhood development. In addition to SRT, he serves on the Board of Outright Action International. Hosh is a trustee of The Khartoum Breast Care Centre in Sudan for women’s health, which he helped establish and is now run by Dr Hania Fadl OBE. He also served on the Board to develop the Africa Centre of New York, which is currently active and due to fully open its building on the corner of Central Park and Harlem by the end of 2020.
Hosh is a graduate from The Central School of Speech and Drama and spent more than a decade as a working actor in television and film. Hosh also graduated from UCL where he studied Politics, Philosophy and History.