Scholars define social resilience as ability of individuals, groups or organizations to continue their existence, or remain more or less stable amidst the disorder or disturbance that derived from various factors. Hence, social resilience is basically both individual resilience as well as collective/community resilience, that show abilities to tolerate, absorb, cope with and adjust to environmental and social threats that refers to a social unit or a group to collectively cope with or respond to external stresses and disturbances resulting from social, political, and environmental changes. The concept evolved from the understanding of a capacity to respond, which also include the ability of  adapting and learning, while acknowledging the roles of power, politics and participation. With current rapid social changes, digital technology advancement, natural and man-made disaster, the issues of social resilience intersected significantly with the community’s life in coping with various social, political as well as environmental challenges. 


With those backgrounds, the conference will address few sub themes related to social resilience  such as migration and mobility, marginalized group inclusiveness, and social work, social justice and poverty, medicine and public health, environment and disaster management, psychological resilience and Islamic psychoteraphy, social coherence and  social vulnerability. adaptive capacities, social welfare, livelihood and sustainability,  future crises and developing transformative and adaptive capacities. All of the sub-themes could be addressed from the fields of political science, sociology, anthropology, environmental science, psychology, gender studies, and such, that intersected well with the Islamic studies researches. More importantly, this exposure is also combined with the perspectives of re-orienting the Islamic studies or de-colonizing social sciences in general, or Islamic studies in particular. 



The potential of halal markets is worldwide which lead to significant economic growth. The global halal industry is a wide range of issues which are not limited to food products but also cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, toiletries and medical devices  as well as service component sectors including logistics, marketing, print and electronic media, packaging, branding and financing. This also includes lifestyle offerings such as travel and tourism, hospitality management and fashion industry. The need for the halal industry is not merely accepted within Muslims communities but also other religious communities as its values consider with animal welfare, social responsibility, environmentally friendly, economic and social justice. The distinctiveness is the integration between ethical values and religious values which sparks global consumers to be part of halal markets.   It is essential to question issues such as halal procedures, halal requirements and halal logistic implementations; the strengths of halal industry and its challenges as well as recommendations

Regarding to this background, the conference is going to address issues including Globalized Halal Industry; Halal Business and Digital Ekosistem; Halal and LifestyleApplication of Digital Technology for Halal Industry; Mainstreaming Halal Values and Principles in Digital Era; Halal Industry: Combining Normative and Business Approaches as well as Halal Minded: In Search of Strategies for Effective Halal Education. Various approaches could be applied to address those sub-themes such as economic, science, health, education and social sciences as well as Islamic studies. It is important to note that Islamic studies covers specifically reorienting the understanding of ‘halal’ and ‘thoyyib’ within the Islamic texts and other coverages. The integration of ‘secular science’ and Islamic science is recommended. Researchers, academics, entrepreneurs, policy makers as well as practitioners are welcome to contribute to this conference.


*the authors of 40 best paper will be invited to publish the article in Scopus indexed journals