2018 Theme

The Theme of the IHC 2018 is ‘Halal Industry: Growth, Issues and Solution’. There will be 7 sessions including a special break-out session covering different topics related to Halal Industry: 

DAY 1: SATURDAY 10th February 2018

Session 1. Halal and Healthy Lifestyle – 11am to 1pm

·       How Halal relates to healthy lifestyle: Sheikh Shady Al Suleiman
·       Non-Muslims perception towards Halal: TBA
·       Why should you use halal consumables even if you are not a Muslim: TBA

Session 2: Halal Certification & Guidelines (Part I) – 2pm to 4pm

·         Moving towards Global Halal Standards: Dato Dr. Sirajuddin Bin Suhaimee (Malaysia)
·         How Halal Certification plays role in non-food products: Dato Dr. Jamil Bidin (Malaysia)
·         The Shariah Compliance in Halal Industry: Nurhastuty k. Wardhani (Indonesia)

Session 3: Halal Certification & Guidelines (Part II) – 4.00pm to 6.00pm

·         Australian Halal Certification; Challenges, solutions and future: Dr. Amin Hady (Indonesia)
·         International Halal Standards & Guidlines: Dr. Anas Mohammad 

DAY 2: SUNDAY 11th February 2018

Session 4. Halal Trade & Economy – 10am to 12pm

·         Mechanism to Promote Halal Industry Globally: Irshad Cader
·         Halal Money in Australia: Dr. Amir Colin
·         How Halal Industry Playing a role in Australian Trade & Economy: Syed Atiq ul Hassan

Session 5: Islamic Investment & Finance – 2pm to 3.30pm

·         Sharia Standards for Finance and Investments in Australia: Sheikh Muzzammil Dhedhy
·         Global Perspective on Islamic Finance: Mufti Ismail Ebrahim Desai (South Africa)
·         Potential Market in Islamic Investment: Dr. Abu Khair Jalaluddin

Session 6. Halal Medicine and Treatment – 4.00pm to 5.30pm

·         Future of Halal Medical Products in Australia
·         Halal traditional treatment with Halal medicines: Dr. Muhammad Najmuddin (India)
·         Halal Medicine and Labelling

Session 7.  Islamic Travel & Tourism

·         Travel and Tourism from Islamic Perspectives
·         Scope of Islamic Tourism & Hospitality in Australia
·         Challenges and Opportunities of Halal Tourism: A comparative study of the Gold Coast and the Maldives: Dr Aishath Shakeela

Each session is followed by a question/answer segment. Each topic is delivered by well-known international and local speakers, see details on following pages. 

 

 

 

 

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