International Conference the 2nd Indonesia Women Ulama Congress

 International Conference the 2nd Indonesia Women Ulama Congress

Opening Ceremony International Conference Kongres Ulama Perempuan Indonesia ke-2 Meneguhkan Peran Ulama Perempuan untuk Peradaban yang Berkeadilan

The conference offers three plenary sessions that would help to reshape the future of muslim by recognizing the positive development in muslim societies related to women’s rights and identifying the new threat as a stumbling block for the improvement of women’s rights. On the other hand, we are also interested to inviting international participants to join in the discussion of KUPI’s methodology. You are encouraged to join three panels below :

  • The Future of Muslims: Positive Development of Gender Equality
  • Muslim Women movemnet Around the World: Achievement and Gaps
  • Introduction of KUPI’s Methodology

To engage international participants and to understand the updates on the current issues related to women’s rights in muslim societies, we encourage you to join with parralel sessions that will explore issues of:

  • Family law reform in the muslim world: good practice
  • Women, Peace and Security in Muslim World
  • Defending Women’s Rights under Fragile Democracy : Challenges
  • Greening of Muslims: Climate Justice and Sustainable Development
  • Men Involvement in Faith Communities: Good Practice, Implication and Backlash
  • Women’s Roles in Variety of Faith Traditions: A Transformation from Within

International Conference KUPI II dilanjutkan dengan Parallel Session. Parallel Session dibagi menjadi 6 tema besar dengan speakers dari berbagai negara.

Ada parallel session “Male Involvement in Faith Communities” at the International KUPI Conference today at UIN Walisongo Semarang at 13.00 Jakarta time bareng UNFPA .

Ada Nurhuda Ramli, SIS Programme Officer dari Sister In Islam Malaysia menjadi moderator with Muhammad Faiq from the Faculty of Ushuluddin, State Islamic University (UIN), Walisongo at the International Conference in the session, "Defending Women's Rights Under Fragile Democracy: Challenges."

Dian Nafi dan tim dari Hasfa Institute memilih pergi ke sesi pararel D yang bertempat di gedung planetarium UIN Walisongo Semarang. Tema pembahasannya tentang Defending Women’s Rights under Fragile Democracy : Challenges.

Malamnya ada penyambutan para delegasi International Conference KUPI II dengan Welcoming Dinner bersama Gubernur Jawa Tengah Ganjar Pranowo.

alhamdulillah, acara International Conference KUPI II diberikan kelancaran dan kemudahan, serta berkah untuk umat. Aamin.

The event is held from 07.00 WIB until 22.00 WIB 07.00-08.30 WIB ANTIGENT TEST AND REGISTRATION 09.00-10.00 WIB Happening Art Dance of Saman/Java/ Papua Performance of National Auntom, Indonesia Raya Reciting The Qur’an and Interpretation Shalawat Musawah Opening Welcoming remark from AMAN, Prof Azyumardi Azra Remark from Rector of UIN Semarang Speech from Ministry of Foreign Affair 10.00-10.40 WIB Nyai Badriyah Fayumi Nyai Badriyah Fayumi 1. Women’s rights in the Perspective of Islam KUP Nyai Badriyah Fayumi Fadhilatu Syaikh DR. Ahmad Muhammad Ahmad Ath-Thayyib, Imam Besar Al-Azar, Mesir 2. The Role of Women Ulama in Creating Justice Muslim Civilization 10.40-11.00 WIB BREAK PLENARY I 11.00-12.30 WIB The Futures of Muslims: Positive Development of Gender Equality Positive Development in Muslim Family Laws: Study of Moroko, MOROCO. The Role of Women Ulama in advocating Law on Sexual Violence Crime, INDONESIA Safe Abortion in Turkey: Law v.s Practice, TURKEY Banning Poligamy in Malawi, MALAWI Mosques as Gendered Space: Implication of women are permitted to enter the mosque, INDIA 12.30-13.30 WIB LUNCH BREAK, EXHIBITION SELF-CARE PARALLEL WORKSHOPS 13.30-15.00 WIB A. Family Law Reform in the muslim world: Good Practice Ending Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt - Amel Fahmy, Tadwein Gender Research Center, EGYPT Mobilizing Multi Actors, Ending Child Marriage, INDONESIA Gender Equality in The Constitution: Learning from SOUTH AFRICA B. Women, Peace and Security in Muslim World Seeding Hope for Syrian Refuge, MENA Violent Extremism and its Direct Impact to Women’s human rights - SOUTH ASIA Women, Peace and Security in The Philippine: Does Normalization Bring More Justice for Muslim Women?, Amina Rasul, PCID, THE PHILIPPINES Towards ASEAN Regional Action Plan on WPS - ASEAN Representative C. Defending Women’s Rights Under Fragile Democracy: Challenges The Fragility of Women’s rights in Afghanistan A Rising of Women’s Movement Confronting A New Backlash in Pakistan The Arab Awakening and Gender: Where Revolution Moving forward ? Women and Political Leadership: Gains and Challenges. D. Greening of Muslims: Climate Justice and Sustainable Development Eco-Pesantren, Women, and Food Security, Nisa Wagadipura, EcoPesantren, INDONESIA The Mosque Tech Challenge: Harnessing Synergy, Mobilizing Community, SINGAPORE Climate Change and Tourism: Islamic Narrative for Protection of Ocean, MALDIVES Pacific Dynamics: Impacts of Climate Change on Spirituality PACIFIC ISLAND Islam, Climate Justice and Sustainable Development, UNITED KINGDOM E. Men Involvement in Faith Communities: Good practice, Implication and Backlash Imam For She: The Role of Male Religious Leader in promoting gender equality, Iman Khalfan, Muslim for Progressive Values, BURUNDI Tackling Toxic Masculinity: Learning from the New Men’s Alliance, Coordinator of Laki-Laki Baru, INDONESIA Low Cost Sanitary Pad Movement in India, Arunachalam Muruganantham (Padman), Jayaashree Industries, INDIA Ending Violence Against Women form The Lens of Buddhism, THAILAND Male Ulama and Women’s Rights: Creating Alternative Narrative for Gender Equality from Islamic Perspective, INDONESIA F. Women’s roles in a variety of faith traditions: A Transformation from Within Muslim Women at a Crossroads: Gender and Development in The Xinjuang Uyghur Authonomous region, China -(Cindy Yung-Leh Huang, Senior Advisor, Interagency Task Force on the Reunification of Families, United States Department of Homeland Security) Fighting Sexual Harassment within Religious Communities: #MeToo Movement in America Buddist Feminist Transnational Network Chistian Women Movement in Secularizing and Diversifiying 15.00-15.15 WIB BREAK 15.15-16.30 WIB PLENARY 2 Muslim Women Movement Around the World: Achievement and Gaps Women Political Movement and CEDAW in Iran, CENTRAL ASIA Egypt Women Movement Dealing with Islamic Militancy, EGYPT , MIDDLE EAST Reclaiming Religious Authority: Indonesia Women Ulama Congress (KUPI) Influencing Change, Indonesia, SOUTHEAST ASIA The New Dynamic of Islamic Feminism in Morocco, Zakia Salime, the Institute for Research on Women, AFRICA 16.00-16.10 WIB BREAK 16.10-17.40 WIB PLENARY 3 Introduction of KUPI Methodology KUPI’s Fatwa: Paradigm, Framework and Approach Women’s Voices as Basis of Fatwa Formulation: “Keadilan Hakiki” Conceptual Framework Mubadalah Approach and the Positive Narrative The Movement of Women Ulama in Promoting KUPI’s Methodology 16.00-19.00 WIB BREAK, DINNER, AND EXHIBITION 19.00-20.30 WIB Session Closing Reporting Session on Workshop Paralel Presentation of Draft Statement and Recommendation Closing Closing Remark from Representative of Interantional community Closing Remark from AMAN Indonesia Closing Remark from MM KUPI Sufi Dance - participant are participating in dancing 22.00 WIB Depart to Jepara by bus (The organizer will facilitate all participants to move to Pesantren Hasyim Asy’ari Jepara
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