International conference probes Islamic approach to children issues
Regional-Morocco, Religion, 10/24/2002
The Rabat-based Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) is holding in Rabat this Oct.29th through November 1st an international conference to probe children issues from an Islamic perspective.
The conference aims to examine the situation of children in the Islamic world, promote a better awareness of children rights and help trigger an exchange of know-how and experiences necessary to any approach geared to address children problems in their cultural, health, social, media and legal dimensions, an ISESCO communique says.
Researchers and academicians from the Arab-Islamic world will also examine issues related to the psychological and cultural making of the Muslim child, media role in promoting children culture, and to children rights in Islam.
ISESCO, an affiliate of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, is co-organizing the event with the World Institute of Islamic Thought, the International Association of Islamic Call and the Moroccan national commission for education.
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