"Role of Islamic Studies in Post-Globalized" 21 -23 December 2010

Fatoni Declaration

Statement of the 2nd International Conference on Islamic Studies, 2013



"Islamic Studies in a Changing World: Opportunities and Challenges" 14 -16 January 2013

Final Resolutions

Statement of the 2nd International Conference on Islamic Studies, 2013


"Islamic Values in a Changing World" 23-25 March 2015

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Call for Papers

Objective of the Conference

  1. Benefit from the energies of scholars and intellectuals in the construction of the Islamic educational studies and this development in accordance with a moderate, balanced approach to suit the various needs of the nation.
  2. Direct Islamic educational studies, highlighting its characteristics and advantages, and its leading role; the purpose of enhancing security and achieving peaceful coexistence and human development.
  3. Develop personal characteristics and aspects of multi dimensions in teacher- student relationships according to Islamic educational perspective.
  4. Contribute in the reformulation of Islamic education curricula from the theoretical to the practical aspects to meet the needs of the teacher and the student in their spirations and future career.
  1. Describe and outline curricula and courses based on scientific grounds in order to develop Islamic educational studies from a realistic perspective that fits the needs and ealities of the contemporary world.
  2. Promote educational milieus that commensurate with the needs of the present world vision of an Islamic education.

Conference Themes

Axis I: Islamic education: peaceful connotations, and developmental dimensions:
  • Islamic Education terminologies and their implications in the light of religious texts.
  • Characteristics of Islamic Education and their role in achieving peaceful coexistence and development.
  • Objectives of Islamic Education and their role in achieving peaceful coexistence and development.
  • Islamic Educational dimensions and their role in achieving peaceful coexistence and development.


Axis II: Islamic education: its vision of teacher and student qualification:
  • Islamic personality characteristics formation (moderation, balance, realism and integration) of teacher and student in line with contemporary scientific manner.

  • Construction of multiple personal aspects (faithful, intellectual, physical, and professional) of teacher and student in line with contemporary scientific methods.
  • Teacher and student ability in various professional skills.
  • Obstacles study to build personal contemporary teacher and student and finding their appropriate solutions.
Axis III: Islamic education: Its vision in building and developing the curriculum:
  • Islamic Educational Studies roles and legibility in creating a curriculum consistent with the needs of the modern generation.
  • Activating the Islamic education curricula and decisions to promote peace and development.
  • Islamic Educational Studies curricular drafting, eying the needs of young generations and their aspirations for future careers.
  • Islamic Education curricular construction based on moral values and the culture of dialogue among multicultural societies.
  • A study of the obstacles to building the Islamic education curricula with finding appropriate solutions.


Axis IV: Islamic Education: Its vision development of educational institutions:
  • Pre-school institutions (family-kindergarten) development that commiserates with the requirements of the present era.
  • Government educational institutions development that commensurates with the requirements of the present era.
  • Civil educational institutions (civil, religious schools) development that commiserates with present era requirements.
  • University education development that commensurates with present era requirements.

Hence conference organizers wish to request from participants to submit their intellectual and analytic researches in Islamic Educational Studies through various educational, scientific and practical ways; in order to achieve peaceful coexistence and human development that will be beneficial to educational institutions and educational media. Therefore, participants are requested to provide approximately 300 words abstracts, and then submit paperwork intended to be presented at the conference.

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission   ❯❯    30 April 2017
  • Committee Decision   ❯❯    15 May 2017
  • Full Paper Submission   ❯❯    30 May 2017
  • Final Committee Decision   ❯❯    15 June 2017
  • Conference   ❯❯    24-26 July 2017


24-26 July 2017

IISC 2017 Conference Programme (Main Hall)

Conference Room 2

Conference Room 3

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College of Islamic Studies, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani, Thailand.
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Please inform if the abstract and papers have been submitted:
Dr.Muhammadroflee Waehama Tel: 0066896542626
Dr.Ali Samoh Tel: 0066817756684

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