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Conference Background

Good Governance has been a crucial issue in the world today particularly once people discuss human rights and democracy. It concerns with: transparency, accountability, justice, fairness and participation. Among democratic countries, this concept has long been practiced and strengthens human participation and social life in general.

In recent times, Good Governance has also penetrated many aspects of human associations, because it is one requirement of making democratic society. In Muslim countries, however, this concept may encounter a variety of problems from conceptual framework to practical one. One may raise some puzzles, whether this is linked to religious or cultural issues. This conference, therefore, needs to elaborate some crucial issues of this themes in order to contribute to Indonesian Muslim in particular or Muslim countries in general. The absence of good governance is regarded as one of the root causes of all the evil in society as it is linked to the development of human beings and society. The term governance can be used in multi-forms such as; Corporate Governance, Financial Governance, International Governance, National Governance and Local Governance. In Muslim society, it is assumed that the problem of Good Governance is linked to leadership. In other cases, the political leaders of any parties to be weak and tend to corrupt. And the democratic governance failed to ensure Good Governance. These complex issues need to be answered from many perspectives and approaches.


International Conference on Law and Justice (ICLJ)
Good Governance and Human Rights in Muslim Countries

Experiences and Challenges


The main objective of this conference is to bring together academics, researchers, practitioners, students and other groups whose interests are in the issues of good governance and human rights to share their works and experiences in relation to the topics. In addition to disseminating thoughts and research findings, the conference is also intended to strengthen networking and collaboration among participants.


The benefits to be obtained from this international conference are:
1. The exchange of knowledge between academics, researchers, practitioners, and students in the field of law and human rights;
2. The establishment collaborative research on the issues of good governance and human rights, particularly for the context of Islamic higher education institutions;
3. Publication of scholarly works in Scopus-indexed proceeding;
4. Strengthening UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta as one of the leading Islamic universities in the Southeast Asia.

Advisory Board

Prof. Tim Lindsey
Melbourne University, Australia

Prof. Dr. Razeen Sappideen
Western Sydney University, Australia

Prof. Nik Ahmad Kamal bin Nik Mahmod
Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyah of Laws (AIKOL) International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

Prof. Dr. Carolyn Sappideen
Western Sydney University, Australia

Dr. Muhammad Ali
University of California Riverside, USA

Dr. Ved Pal Singh
Faculty of Law, Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak (Haryana), INDIA

Committee Member

Prof. Atho Mudzhar, Ph.D
State Islamic University of Syarif Hidayatullah
Email: senatuniversitas@uinjkt.ac.id

Prof. Tim Lindsey
Melbourne University, Australia
Email: t.lindsey@unimelb.edu.au

Prof. Nik Kamal bin Nik Mahmod
International Islamic University Malaysia
Email: nahmad@iium.edu.my

Dr. Khamami Zada, M.A.
Faculty of Sharia and Law
State Islamic University of Syarif Hidayatullah Indonesia
Email: khamami@uinjkt.ac.id

About FSH

Faculty of Shariah and Law is one of the faculty of eleven faculties that exist in the State Islamic University (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta today. The faculty has a fairly long history since its founding in 1967. IAIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta in which there is a Faculty of Sharia occupies a unique and strategic position. It is not only a "window of Islam in Indonesia" but also as a symbol for the progress of national development, especially in the field of religious social development. Therefore, the integration of religious knowledge and general science is very important. The steps taken in the integration are the need to be transferred from the Institute to the University. The change of form from IAIN to UIN received a recommendation with the signing of the Joint Decree (SKB) of the Minister of National Education RI Number 4 / U / KB / 2001 and the Minister of Religious Affairs No. 500/2001 dated 21 November 2001 which recommended the opening of 12 general study programs in the environment UIN, and after that came the presidential decree No. 031 dated May 20, 2002 which determined the change of form from IAIN to UIN. From these changes, the consequence for the Sharia Faculty is the need to open a general study program. Therefore, it changed the name of the previous Faculty of Sharia, became the Faculty of Sharia and Law. In its development, until now the Faculty of Shariah and Law has 8 (eight) study programs, namely: Family Law, Islamic Economics Law, Comparative School, Islamic Criminal Law (Jinayah), Constitution Law (Siyasah), Law Science, Master of Economic Law Sharia and Master of Family Law.

Academic Programs


Family Law


Comparative Law


Sharia Economic Law


Legal Science


Constitutional Law


Islamic Criminal Law


Graduate (Master Degree)

Sharia Economic Law


Family Law


The Speakers

Prof. Tim Lindsey, Ph.D.

Melbourne University, Australia

Director, The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society (CILIS), Australia

"Human Rights and Its Role in Economic and Social Justice"

Prof. Dr. Nik Ahmad Kamal bin Nik Mahmod

Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyah of Laws (AIKOL)
International Islamic University Malaysia

"Good Governance and The Rule of Law"

Prof. Dr. H. M. Atho Mudzhar, M.S.P.D

Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta

Professor, Faculty of Sharia and Law, UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

"Islam and Human Rights" *

Call For Paper Topic

Good Governance and State Mechanism
Defending Human Rights and Social Welfare

Public Policy and Strategies for
Promoting Socio-Economic Justice

Justice for All
and Anti-Discrimination

Institutional Aspects of Good Governance:
Protecting Public Interests

Universal vs Particular Values
in Human Rights Practices

Business, Human Rights and

Good Governance
in strengthening Islamic Institution

The Sharia and Its Role
in Economic and Social Justice


1. Create new account (top menu Register )
2. Check your email and activate your account
3. Login to your account (top menu Login )
4. Submit your abstracts (as many titles as you want)
5. Wait until the committee announce the abstract review result
6. After announcement of abstract acceptance, make the payment and upload the payment proof through our online system (NOT EMAIL)
7. After your payment is confirmed, upload your full paper MAX 10 PAGES
8. Wait until the committee announce the paper review result
9. Revise your paper according to the review, and upload it through our online system (NOT EMAIL)
10. Wait for the final announcement of paper acceptance for publication


Specific Instructions to Authors

Margin - Manuscripts must be in single spacing, font size 12 in Times New Roman and all margins: 1.5 inches (left) and 1 inch (top, right and bottom).

Length – Manuscripts are MAX 10 PAGES (including references, attachments, tables and graphical information).

Tables – must be placed as part of the text. DO NOT attach tables at the end of the manuscript.

Software – Manuscript must be submitted in MS Word form ONLY.

Title – Written in uppercase, bold, size 14 and centered.

Author/s – Name, address, email and contact number of all authors, font 12, Times.

Abstract – between 250-350 words “Times New Roman” size 12.

Keywords – should not more than FIVE keywords.

Title/sub-title – Written in uppercase, bold, size 12 and left margin.

Tables/ Figures – title of the tables/figure should be written on the top of the tables/figure. Times New Roman, font 12, Bold, lower case, centered.

Reference – Should be in the last part of the article (before any attachments/appendixes), in alphabetical order, according to American Psychological Association (APA) style.

1. Arize, A. C. (1994). A re-estimation of the demand for money in small developing economy. Applied Economics, 26, 217-28. Blyton, P. & Turnbull, P. (1998).The Dynamics of Employee Relations, 2nd ed., London: McMillan Press Ltd.

2. Conference proceeding Wilkinson, R. (1999). Sociology as a marketing feast. In M. Collis, L. Munro, & S. Russell (Eds.), Sociology for the New Millennium. Papers presented at The Australian Sociological Association, held at Monash University, Melbourne, 7-10 December (pp. 281-289). Churchill, Victoria: Celts.

3. Book Treviño, L. K., & Nelson, K. A. (2007).Managing business ethics: Straight talk about how to do it right. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.


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Conference Date & Venue

The conference will be held for 2 (two) days from November 7–8, 2017. The whole series of conference activities will take place in
Hotel Santika BSD City - Serpong, Jl. Pahlawan Seribu, Serpong - South Tangerang, Indonesia Phone : +62-21-29915999

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Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

  • Office Phone: +62 21 7401925
  • Address: Conference Location Hotel Santika BSD City - Serpong, Jl. Pahlawan Seribu, Serpong - South Tangerang, Indonesia Phone :
  • Hotel Phone: +62 21 29915999
  • Email: iclj@uinjkt.ac.id
  • Website: www.fsh.uinjkt.ac.id