SPEAKERS AND THE TOPICS OF 12TH HALAL AND TAYYIB CONFERENCE (ONLINE) ARE FINALIZED

President of the Association for the Inspection and Certification of Food and Supplies (GIMDES), Dr. Hüseyin Kami Büyüközer announced the topics and speakers of the 12th Halal and Tayyib Conference to be held online on 3-4 October.

Our conference can be followed from anywhere

After an intense study, the team tasked with the organization of the conference is decided that the conference can be carried by 13 speakers with 40 minutes duration of presentations in 6 hours of a day. The honorable speakers will attend the conference from Turkey, Algeria, Indonesia, South Africa, the UK, Kuwait, Malaysia and the USA Insha’Allah.

LIST OF SPEAKERS AND THEIR TOPICS OF PRESENTATION

ASSOC. PROF. BAHMED REFFIS – Algeria The Position of States and NGOs in Halal Certification
DR. HANI AL MAZEEDI – Kuwait The Position of States and NGOs in Halal Certification
ASSOC. PROF. DR. HAJJAH MARIAM BINTI ABDUL LATIF – Malaysia The Position of States and NGOs in Halal Certification
 FATİH KALENDER – Turkey Importance of Islamic Unity for a Single International Halal Standard
 HİMMET KARADAĞ – Turkey Importance of Islamic Unity for a Single International Halal Standard
 DR. IR. H.M. NADRATUZZAMAN HOSEN – Indonesia Importance of Islamic Unity for a Single International Halal Standard
MOULANA MUHAMMAD SAEED NAVLAKHI – South Africa Importance of Islamic Unity for a Single International Halal Standard
PROF. DR. SHUHAIMI MUSTAFA – Malaysia Education Mobilization: The Importance of Education for Human Resources
DR. AMIRSYAH TAMBURAN – Indonesia Education Mobilization: The Importance of Education for Human Resources
MOHAMMAD MAZHAR HUSSAINI – ABD Education Mobilization: The Importance of Education for Human Resources
Sheikh Thafier NAJJAAR – South Africa Challenges of Halal Certification
DR. ADEL SABIR – UK Vaccines and Drugs
Prof. Dr. Seyfullah Oktay ARSLAN

– Turkey

Drugs and Cosmetics

 

We have to work harder…

GIMDES President, Dr. Hüseyin Kami Büyüközer said, “Due to the increasing demand, the market for Halal and Tayyib products is expanding and the inadequacy of classical production methods in meeting Islamic requirements brings up new issues that Muslims have to resolve. The year 2020 shows that the environment is more dynamic and changes are too fast. We have once again witnessed the necessity of obeying and following the divine orders as well as having a Halal and Tayyib life-style by the coronavirus calamity.”

 

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