UAP holds lecture series on Dynamics of the Muslim World in crisis management under International Law
The 13th distinguished law lecture series on "Dynamics of the Muslim World in crisis management under International Law" was organized by the Department of Law and Human Rights, University of Asia Pacific (UAP) in collaboration with the OIC study group (OICSG) on August 25.
Former Malaysian Foreign Minister and World Islamic Economic Foundation (WIEF) and OICSG Chairman Tan Sri Dr Syed Hamid Albar delivered his lecture as distinguished speaker at the event. He emphasised on the role of religion in the social transformation and advised to ensure justice to common people through compassion, unity and cohesion among Muslim states.
He added that the Muslim world should have its own narratives for avoiding harshness arising out of the existing misinterpretation. He expressed that modern days are troubled with morals and ethics. He stated that development can be ensured if justice is done between rulers and being ruled. He discussed the importance of maintaining harmony between individual and group interests of a society. At last, he discussed the role of OIC in mitigating the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar. The session was followed by a question-answer segment from the audience.
The session was chaired by UAP VC Prof. Dr Qumrul Ahsan while BoT Chairman Dr Mohammed Alauddin gave a vote of thanks. Pro-VC, BoT Members, Registrar, Deans, faculty members, and students from the Department of Law and Human Rights were also present at the event.