IWF CONFERENCE

2021 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA (COIN)

Islamic Welfare Foundation in collaboration with Sule Lamido University, Kafin Hausa Department of Islamic Studies Announces the 2021 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN)

THEME: Manageing Pandemics, Economic Crisis & Health Care Challenges in Nigeria: Islamic Perspective

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Health has a central place in all human endeavors. The World Health Organization (WHO) has advocated healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages. Despite advances in global health, including increased access to medical technologies such in  read more...

2019 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA (COIN)

Islamic Welfare Foundation Announces her 2019 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN), Abuja, Nigeria

THEME: Law and Religious Conflicts in Nigeria

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Although violent conflicts abound in Nigeria’s checkered history, they are often caused by factors other than religion. Such conflicts are given religious colouration by their promoters usually as means of mobilising material and emotional support for t  read more...

2018 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA CALL FOR PAPERS

Islamic Welfare Foundation in Collaboration with Crescent University, Abeokuta Announces the 2018 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN)

THEME: Islamic Theocracy and Modernism: Issues and Challenges

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The most widespread struggle in the world today is arguably the attempt to enthrone Islamic theocracy in various degrees, with varying strategies, targeting various extents of territorial reach with different levels of cultural heterogeneity.  read more...

2017 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA CALL FOR PAPERS

Islamic Welfare Foundation in Collaboration with the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria Announces the 2017 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN)

THEME: Muslim Unity and the Quest for National Integration in Nigeria

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Since immediately after her independence, Nigeria has continually faced an existential problem which led to a civil war barely seven years after. Although the civil war ended over four decades ago, the disunity which engendered it has failed to disappear  read more...

2016 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA (COIN)

Islamic Welfare Foundation in Collaboration with International Institute of Islamic Thought, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria Announces the 2016 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN)

THEME: Islam, Muslims and the Fight Against Corruption in Nigeria

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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.  read more...

2015 CONFERENCE ON ISLAM IN NIGERIA (COIN)

Islamic Welfare Foundation in Collaboration with Fountain University, Osogbo, Nigeria Announces her 2015 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN)

THEME: The Muslim Agenda for Nigeria: Challenges of Development and Good Governance

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The merger of numerous communities to create present day Nigeria was largely unanticipated by the constituent units. Though the units were heterogeneous, there were still shared interests in terms of culture, religion and commerce but none of these cut ac  read more...

2014 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN 2014)

Islamic Welfare Foundation held her 2014 Conference on Islam in Nigeria (COIN) between 23rd and 26th November 2014 at the University of Ilorin.

THEME: Islam and the Nigerian State - A Centenary of Bridging Theocracy and Secularism

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Islam predates Nigeria having been firmly established in several parts of its constituent territories before the amalgamation of the Northeren and Southern Protectorates, culmination in the formation of Nigeria as a country in 1914.  read more...