Download Fellows’ presentations at the Islam and Human Rights Workshop, Istanbul, May 16-21, 2004. You can also listen to the presentations and follow-up discussions here in real audio format. To listen to these files, you will need real player which can be downloaded free from the Real Player website.
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MAY 17, 2004
|Dr. Recep Senturk, “Sociology of Rights: Human Rights in Islam Between Universal and Communal Perspectives”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|
|Salbiah Ahmad, “Islam in Malaysia: Constitutional and Human Rights Perspectives”Download paper (MS Word)|
|Jamail Kamlian, “Islam, Women, and Gender Justice: A Discourse on the Traditional Islamic Practices Amongst the Tausug in Southern Philippines”Download paper without images (MS Word) | Paper with images|
|Lily Munir, “Islam and Human Rights Education for Pesantren (Islamic Boarding Schools) and Grassroots Communities in Indonesia”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|
MAY 18, 2004
|Siti Ruhaini Dzuhayatin, “Mainstreaming Human Rights for the Islamic Law Curriculum in the Sunan Kalijaga Institute for Islamic Studies, Indonesia”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|
|Huda Seif, “Ethnic Violence as a Caste System: A Case of Cruel Tradition in Yemen”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|
|Jamila Bargach, “Slum Housing: A Human Rights Perspective on Dealing with Urban Marginalization in Morocco”Download paper (MS Word)|
|Ali Ahmad, “Declaration of Shar’ia in Northern Nigeria States — Human Rights Implications for Indigenous Non-Muslims”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|
MAY 20, 2004
|Codou Bop, “Islam and Women’s Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights in the Present Context of Senegal”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|
|Hameed Agberemi, “The Impact of the Demand for Shar’ia on Women and Non-Muslims: Current Rights Discourses and Possibilities in Southwestern Nigeria”Download paper (MS Word) | Listen in Real Audio|