The outlines of the conference:

Section I: The economic repercussions of Covid-19; the means of confrontation and potential opportunities from the perspective of the Islamic economics.

– High inflation rates and measures required to limit it.

– The impact of Increasing unemployment rates and proposed remedy means.

– The growing poverty rates and suggested solutions to mitigate the effects of the pandemic.


Section II: Social responsibility of the Islamic economy and Corona crisis.

➢ Social funding and its role in addressing the challenges of Corona.

– The role of waqf in facing the effects of the Corona pandemic.

– The role of zakat and its institutions in meeting the challenges of Covid-19.

– The role of the interest-free loan (al-Qard al-Hasan) in treating the effects of the epidemic.

➢ Islamic crowdfunding and its role in dealing with the pandemic and creating investment opportunities.

– Reward-based crowdfunding.

– Crowdfunding based on donation.

– Equity/Sukuk-based crowdfunding.


Section III: The Response of Islamic Financial Service to the COVID-19


– Future (ajil) Liabilities and long-term debts: reality and solutions

– E-commerce and its role in meeting challenges and creating investment opportunities.

– The role of Fintech applications in encountering of the pandemic and the creation of opportunities.

– The role of Islamic financial products in reducing the effects of the pandemic and providing various investment alternatives.


Section IV: The role of the state in leading the economy to overcome the effects of the epidemic:

– Monetary policies within the framework of Maqasid al-Shari’ah to addressing the effects of the epidemic.

– The role of financial provisions in driving the economy and redressing the economic damage caused by the pandemic.

– Shariah regulations for imposing emergency financial duties other than zakat.


Note: The above-mentioned topics are represented. Each researcher is free to determine their subject title within the framework of the symposium heading.