Join us for the 12th International Symposium organised by the BBSI and get ready for a day of thought-provoking discussions and stimulating presentation papers. This year’s event will cover a wide range of topics, including organ donation from the Islamic perspective, financial contributions in case of dissolution of marriage by the ex-husband, Islamic psychology, and mental ‘illness’ and much more. Note, some of the topics may change.
As an imam, scholar, or Islamically literate academic, you won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to engage in deep and meaningful discussions with your peers on these pressing issues. With presentations from some of the most respected voices in the field, you’ll come away with fresh insights and a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing our community today.
And don’t forget about the delicious three-course meal that will be served, giving you the chance to network and socialise with other attendees in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Spaces for this symposium are extremely limited, so we highly recommend reserving your spot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Please note that this event is exclusively for imams, scholars, and Islamically literate academics with a Ph.D, and medical doctors. Note, if you do not fall within the above categories and register you will not be admitted in and your fees may not be refunded. If you are not sure or do not fall within the above categories but wish to attend, please email: [email protected]
So mark your calendars for Saturday, July 15th, 2023, and get ready to engage in lively and intellectually stimulating conversations with your peers. We look forward to seeing you there!
NB: If you register and do not turn up, you will be expected to pay the full fee for the symposium which is £78. The fee we have assigned is reduced.