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PDS #58 : Religion and 'Double-Edged' Social Capital in Disaster Recovery in Indonesia

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Public Discussion Series
Religion and 'Double-Edged' Social
Capital in Disaster Recovery
in Indonesia
Speaker:

Muhammad Riza Nurdin

HASS, UNSW Canberra

| Thursday, 08 February 2017 | 16.30 - 18.00 WIB | 
| Prof. Anthony Reid Seminar Room, ICAIOS |
 
About The Speaker:
Muhammad Riza Nurdin is a PhD Candidate at School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the University of New South Wales, Australia. His research interests are Sociology and Anthropology of religion with particular focus on the intersection between Islam, development and humanitarianism. Riza obtained his BA in Islamic Studies and Arabic from Al-Azhar University, Egypt, and Master in Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Passau, Germany. Riza is former Program Manager at ICAIOS. 

About PDS:
This study examines the roles of Faith-Based Organisations (FBOs) and their social capital formation in post-disaster Indonesia. To what extent FBOs along with other disaster management agencies, can contribute to providing economic recovery aid in post-disaster Indonesia? In what way are FBOs able to create positive social capital or produce adverse results from social capital formation in the affected society?

Read more: PDS #58 : Religion and 'Double-Edged' Social Capital in Disaster Recovery in Indonesia

PDS #57: What is your goal orientation? Would you share knowledge to others?

    
Public Discussion Series
What is your goal orientation? Would you share knowledge to others?
Speaker:

Irma Suryani, MBA

Lecturer at Faculty of Economics and Business, Syiah Kuala University

| Thursday, 26 October 2017 | 16.30 - 18.00 WIB | 
| Ruang Prof. Anthony Reid, ICAIOS |
 
About PDS:
Knowledge sharing has been one of essentials sources for organization to enhance competitive advantage. However, in order to gain the most benefits of it, knowledge should be available to all individuals. Individual’s behavior in terms of knowledge sharing becomes the key to ensure that knowledge spread effectively in an organization.

Read more: PDS #57: What is your goal orientation? Would you share knowledge to others?

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GLS : Could the Essence of the Constitution Colours the Application of Human Rights in a State?

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Guest Lecture Series
Could the Essence of the Constitution Colours the Application of Human Rights in a State?
Speaker:

prof. Farid Sufian Shuaib, PhD

Head of Civil Law Department
Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

| Wednesday, 18 October 2017 | 16.30 - 18.00 WIB | 
| Ruang Prof. Anthony Reid, ICAIOS |
 
About GLS:
Discussions on the application of human rights have mostly taken a universalist approach where domestic norms have to yield to universal human rights norms. In the apparent contestation between Islamic norms and international human rights principles, often Islamic norms are expected to comply with international human rights standards. However, international adjudicating bodies have acknowledged the existence of “margin of appreciation” that allows customisation on the application of human rights at the local level. This paper seeks to discover whether a constitution of a state could be distilled and its essence could be found. Consequently could the essence of the constitution – such as it being secular or Islamic – colours or moulds the application of human rights in that state. In this respect the paper makes some comparative observations between countries. The answer to this question may contribute in understanding the application of human rights at the domestic level.
   

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