20 May 2013

CONFERENCE: Exploring New Directions in the Islamic Legal Tradition

Exploring New Directions in the Islamic Legal Tradition:
Human Rights and Legal Reform in the 21st Century
Tue 18 June 2013
9.30 am- 6:30pm
Day Conference


Telford Room, Hamilton Centre
Brunel University Campus,
Kingston Lane, Uxbridge
Brunel academics & students: Free
Non-Brunel academics: £20
Non Brunel students: £10
Public: £20
Price includes refreshments & lunch

I received the following information today:

On behalf of the Brunel Law School we are honoured to invite you to participate in a Islamic Law Conference titled “Exploring New Directions in Islamic Legal Tradition(s): Human Rights and Legal Reform in the 21st Century” to be held on 18th June 2013 in Brunel University. This international conference will bring together leading academics, researchers and students of Islamic law and human rights to explore progressive, creative and innovative ways of engagement with the Islamic tradition. Questions about Muslim women’s empowerment, family law reform in the Muslim world, the role of Sharia Councils and Islamic law and human rights will be addressed.

Additional information and registration is available at ayesha.shahid@brunel.ac.uk and  sharon.weaver@brunel.ac.uk.

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