UNISSA gears to host international summits

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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

UNIVERSITI Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) will host the International Seminar on Halalan Tayyiban Products and Services (SAPPHAT) 2016.

Themed “Transcending Borders and Addressing Challenges in the Halalan Tayyiban Industry”, the seminar will take place on August 24 to 25.

According to information posted on its website, UNISSA said that one of the main goals of the event was to introduce Brunei Darussalam as a “one-stop research centre, offering balanced, multifaceted and comprehensive research on Halalan Tayyiban”.

“Specifically, this conference aims to make UNISSA as the centre of excellence for research in the Halalan Tayyiban industry, as well as a provider of professional services in advancing the industry, as well as materialising the country’s aspiration of becoming a global halal hub,” it said.

UNISSA will also be hosting the International Conference on Islamic Leadership and Management 2016. The conference, which carries the theme “Dynamics of Sunnah-Based Leadership and Management”, will take place on August 6.

Among the objectives of this conference are to collect new or refurbished studies in relation to leadership and management of Islamic thought, and to provide an opportunity for conference participants to gain knowledge and participate in discussion of issues related to the military, business, economy, finance, law, family and the community.

According to its website, UNISSA will also host the International Conference on Islam in the Malay World from September 20 to 22.

Carrying the theme “Islam as Catalyst to Prosperity in the Malay World”, it will be organised in collaboration with Malaysia’s University of Malaya, Thailand’s Prince of Songkla University and Indonesia’s Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati.

Topics that will be discussed include Islamic history and education, syariah and Islamic laws, Islamic economy, international relations and communications, and environmental preservation and conservation, UNISSA said.

Papers presented in all three events shall be in English, Malay or Arabic.

Members of the public who wish to register to any of the events can do so online or visit UNISSA. –Amanda Yap

The Brunei Times