The Need For the Protection And Security of Muslims in Myanmar Is  very  important and hence effective advocacy and campaigning are very much needed to support their fundamental human rights, human security and human dignity in the spirit of achieving peace and harmony.


– To Focus On Sectarian Violence, Segregation, Displacement, Forcible Expulsions And Intolerance Against Muslim Minorities In Myanmar;

– To Create A Better Atmosphere For  Exiles With A View To Develop Sympathetic Treatment For The Victims Of Genocide And Humiliations;

– To Exert Effective Pressure On The Burmese Authorities To Stop The Maltreatment And Violence Against The Muslims Of Myanmar And To Ensure Their  Rights Of Citizenship And Human Dignity Are Respected.

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

09:30am  –  02:00pm

Conference Hall, IAIS Malaysia [click for location map]

Main Organisers:
International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia
Rohingya Arakanese Refugee Committee (RARC)
Burma Muslim Community (BMC)

Event Partners:
International Movement For A Just World (JUST)
Muslim Youth Movement Of Malaysia (ABIM)
Malaysian Youth Council (MBM)
Persatuan Mahasiswa Islam Universiti Malaya (PMIUM)
Jaringan Anak Muda (JAM)
Institute for Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR)
The Cordoba Foundation (TCF)
The Diplomatic Institute of the State of Qatar (TDI)
Global Movement of Moderates Foundation (GMMF)

Media Partners:
Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM)
TV Al-Hijrah
Al-Jazeera International
The Arakan Observer Group
Rohingya Vision TV
Sinar Harian
Aswaq Magazine
Amilin TV

Keynote Address by YABhg Tun Abdullah Hj Ahmad Badawi, Patron Of IAIS Malaysia And Former Prime Minister Of Malaysia

Opening Speech by Professor Dr. Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Founding Chairman & CEO, IAIS Malaysia

Moderator – Associate Professor Dr. Mohamed Azam Mohamed Adil, Deputy CEO, IAIS Malaysia

Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, President, International Movement For A Just World (JUST)
Dr. Maung Zarni, Fellow, Department Of History, Faculty Of Arts & Social Sciences, University Of Malaya
Mr. Mohammad Sadek, Program Coordinator, Rohingya Arakanese Refugee Committee (RARC)
Mr. Saw Clo Say, Special Advisor, Burma Muslim Community
Mr. Mohamad Raimi Bin Ab Rahim, Secretary General, Muslim Youth Movement Of Malaysia (ABIM)