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ICC Hosts the 30th Annual Conference of "The Social Studies International Organisation"

August 2017



The Islamic Cultural Centre hosted the 30th Annual Conference of "The Social Studies International Organisation", with the participation of more than 250 imams and scholars from the U.K, the United States, Canada and Saudi Arabia, with the presence of a large number of university students and those interested in studying social issues facing the Islamic community.



The Director-General of the Islamic Cultural Centre in London, Dr. Ahmad Al Dubayan, highlighted in his opening speech the mission of the Centre which is to promote the correct image of Islam as a religion of tolerance, coexistence and cooperation with society. Dr Al Dubayan explained the role of the Centre in serving Muslims in Britain through cooperation with international authorities to work on the training of teachers and imams and the implementation of training workshops for supplementary schools.These training programmes will further develop the skills of teachers and Imams to engage with the Muslim community and understand the challenges facing society. This will better adapt us to support our communities and foster a higher level of harmony amongst all.



The Deputy-President of The Social Studies International Organisation and coordinator of the forum, Dr. Tanweer Zaman in his speech, addressed how the forum helps to create the required awareness of social problems between Muslims in the West and the need to strengthen dialogue to discuss and address these issues. Dr. Tanweer thanked the Islamic Cultural Centre in London for their continuous support to the Forum throughout the 30 years and it's support to the Islamic community in the field of community cohesion projects.He said that the forum serves as a platform for academics and Imams to inform the Islamic community of Islamic viewpoints, presenting the social challenges of Muslims and developing unified mechanisms and coherent strategic ideas towards finding solutions to them.

During the forum, a number of specialists, researchers, academics and Imams spoke about the social challenges facing the society, including youth issues, extremism, Islamic finance problems, and the crisis of misconceptions about Islam in society. A panel of international experts and researchers then held a workshop and organised a Q & A session on the issues of the forum. At the end of the forum, Dr. Zaman presented certificates, awards and shields to all the speakers and organizers of the forum.





















 
 

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