Tunisia Economic Network The 2nd ILN Tunisia Conference entitled “Bringing Citizens Back To Power In Tunisia ” took place in Tunis on March 18th, 2022. Our objective was to discuss the current crisis in Tunisia and welcome questions from non-Tunisians who are interested in learning more about what is happening in the country which started […]
Remarks by Ambassador Adam M. Tugio 9th International Islam & Liberty Conference Adam M. Tugio Assalamualaikum Distinguished Speakers and Participants, Let me first convey my sincere thanks to Dr. Ali Salman, CEO of Islam & Liberty Network for kindly inviting me to the 9th International Islam & Liberty Conference on ‘Pluralism, Democracy and […]
Interviews with Street Vendors Across Tunisia 8 Videos Interviewing Street Vendors in Tunisia Part 1 (ILN-Atlas Network-FNF Project) 4:59 Interviewing Street Vendors in Tunisia Part 2 (ILN-Atlas Network-FNF Project) 4:02 Title: Interviewing Street Vendors in Tunisia Part 3 (ILN-Atlas Network-FNF Project) 4:47 Interviewing Street Vendors in Tunisia Part 4 (ILN-Atlas Network-FNF Project) 3:49 Interviewing Street […]
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Mardin Conference Reflection Mondher Youssfi University teacher of English at the University of Gabes, Tunisia. My association with Islam and Liberty network has been a steady, if slow, process culminating in taking part in their 9th International Conference on “The Future of Democracy, Peace, and Economic Progress in Muslim Majority Nations”, held on the 27th […]
Reflections on the 9th International Islam & Liberty Network Conference in Mardin Prof. Dr. Mustafa Acar, Necmettin Erbakan University, Konya, Türkiye This is a belated reflection on the 9th ILN International Islam and Liberty Conference held in Mardin, Türkiye, on October 27-28, 2022. It has been almost 5 months since we met in Mardin, our […]
Azeemah Saleem I appreciate the network for accommodating thought-provoking and new ideas. It makes the network more academically vibrant, grounded, and liberal. Keep up with the excellent work and motivate budding scholars like me. Azeemah SaleemAssistant Professor, Center for Communication and Critical Thinking, JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, India.
Fida Ur Rahman “ILN gave me a new and more important academic perspective i-e the value and responsible practice of liberty in our individual and collective life. It also inspired me to explore and promote the Muslim case of religious liberty. As an outcome of my association with ILN, I wrote two papers on various […]