2016 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA (COIN)
ISLAMIC WELFARE FOUNDATION In collaboration with INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC THOUGHT, BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO, NIGERIA Announces her 2016 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA (COIN)
Call for Papers
The world has come to a consensus that corruption is the major bane of Nigeria's progress. It has pushed Nigeria to the precipice and the country will go under unless the scourge is arrested. While there is a broad agreement both locally and internationally that there is need to fight corruption, there is little agreement on how the fight should proceed. This lack of agreement on how to fight corruption in Nigeria results from a poor understanding of corruption as a phenomenon which in turn obscures its real causes and confuses how it can be dealt with.
Journal of Islam in Nigeria (JOIN)
Journal of Islam in Nigeria (JOIN) is a bi-annual journal published by the Islamic Welfare Foundation (IWF). The aim of the journal is to research Islam and Muslims in Nigeria and provide an in-depth discussion on current developments and topical issues in all aspects of Shari’ah, including Muslim Family Law, Conflict Resolution, Contract, Banking, Human Rights, International Law and Terrorism, Islamic Economic Model, Islamic Political Issues and such others.
Welcome to Islamic Welfare Foundation
The Islamic Welfare Foundation (I.W.F.) was established in 1986 as a forum for Muslim professionals to make their expertise available for the propagation of Islam. The founding National Coordinator was the late Alhaji Saka Fagbo while the incumbent is Mallam Aliu Badmus, the former President and Chairman of Council of the Institute of Operations Research of Nigeria.
The central goal of the foundation is to improve the dedication of the Muslims to Islam and to empower Nigeria Muslims to react rationally and be pro-active to contemporary challenges as opposed to their hitherto "emotional" approach to issues. The strategy for achieving this is to build a formidable store of facts and make them readily available to all interested persons. The Foundation has since published several research reports. She is now promoting the Annual Conference on Islam-in-Nigeria (COIN) to generate information and collate facts about Muslims.
March 2015 Lecture: Muslims And Contemporary Nigerian Politics. Delivered by Mudasiru Olalere YUSUF (PhD), Department of Educational Technology, University of Ilorin