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International Seminar

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International Seminar on Islamic Education:
“ISLAM’S CONTRIBUTION IN EDUCATION TO EMPOWER HUMAN RESOURCES
10 – 12 March 2010 in Jakarta

BACKGROUND

Islam is one of the three major world religions; it’s followers – Muslims – are about 1 billion spread over 40 predominantly Muslim countries and 5 continents. Their numbers are growing at a rate unmatched by that of any other religion in the world. Despite the political and ethnic diversity of Muslim countries, the Koran and Hadiths continue to provide the basis for a shared identity and affinity among Muslims. Yet the radically different political, economic, and cultural conditions under which contemporary Muslims live make it difficult to identify what constitutes standard Islamic practice in the modern world. Many contemporary Muslims draw on the historical legacy of Islam as they confront the challenges of modern life. Islam is a significant, growing, and dynamic presence in the world. Its modern expressions are as diverse as the world in which Muslims live.

The concept of Islamic education is universal, particularly those relating to morals and ethics, can be manifested in different cultures and countries. From the point of learners, the concept of Islamic education requires soul cleanness of the learners. They also must be able to prioritize what’s important – the moral and ethical issues – from the less important. From the point of educators, the concept of Islamic education requires compassion and role model. In the field of science and technology, the concept of Islamic education has brilliant past history in producing competent scientists and technologists. Their findings have inspired the development of modern science and technology which continue to advance rapidly, and has led human beings to live in dignity as today. Some Muslim countries are prominent in the field of social welfare, taking advantage of modern technological advances; but the empowerment of human resources seems less coordinated. Lately, the concept of sharia Islamic economic has become alternative to solve global financial problems.

STRANDS

  1. Models of Islamic Education to Face Global Competition: Classical and Modern Perspectives
  2. Developing Entrepreneurship among Muslims
  3. Community Empowerment for Muslims
  4. Islamic Education and Gender Issues

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Nuh (Minister of the Republic of Indonesia)

INVITED SPEAKER
1. Prof. Dr. Azyumardi Azra, MA (Director of School of Postgraduate UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta)
2. Rector of the Kolej University Islam Antarabangsa Selangor (KUIS)
3. Rector of the State University of Jakarta (UNJ)

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
First Day, Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Evening Session, Plenary

  • Opening
  • Invited Speaker 1
  • The art performance

Second Day, thursday, March 11, 2010

Morning Session, Plenary Session
• Keynote Speaker
• Invited Speaker 2 and 3

Afternoon Session, Parallel Session

Third Second Day, Friday, March 12, 2010

Morning Session, Parallel Session
Afternoon Session, Parallel Session
Closing

Afternoon Session, Tour City

PLACE
Conference Center of State University of Jakarta, Jalan Rawamangun Muka Jakarta Timur

HOTEL
• Acacia Hotel, three star, 7 km from UNJ, rate of Rp 500,000 per day
• Wisma UNJ, in UNJ Campus Complex, rate of Rp 100,000 per day (for local participants)

REGISTRATIONN FEE
Foreign participants: USD 250 per person (including lodging and proceeding)
Domestic participants: Rp 500,000 per person (not including lodging and proceeding)
Registration fee paid to the account number 0184816960, BNI’46 on behalf Mrs. Hamidah  later than February 26, 2010.

ABSTARCT AND FULL PAPER
Abstract and full paper are written in Times New Roman font 12 pts on A4 paper. Abstract is maximum 250 words single-spaced; under the title is written the author’s name and email address; at the end is written key words. Full paper is maximum 20 pages double spaced; abstract is put at beginning of the paper. Abstract is submitted to the committee no later than February 29, 2010; while full paper which will be included in the proceeding no later than March 5, 2010. Both of them are sent to committee; email address: lemlit_unj@yahoo.com

SECRETARIAT

Lembaga Penelitian Univesitas Negeri Jakarta
Jl. Rawamangun Muka Gd. Sarwahita Lt. II
Rawamangun, Jakarta, Indonesia
Telp/Fax: (021) 489-0856
Email: lemlit_unj@unj.ac.id
Website: http://lemlit.unj.ac.id

Contact person:

  • Supriyadi   08129947153
  • Khaerudin  02132929911

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