This is the 7th in our NCOI series. The initial phase of this dialogue started on 25th January 2014. Co-organized by Islamic Renaissance Front (IRF) and Oriental Hearts and Mind Study Institute (OHMSI) the organizers produced a 13-page full Report of the Dialogue.
The same document was transformed into a 3-page Policy Document (PDF, 355 KB) which is now tabled for review and support by all NGOs attending the final phase of the 7th NCOI. The co-organizing NGOs are IRF, Global Movement of Moderates or GMM, Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia or SABM, Sisters in Islam or SIS, National Evangelical Christian Fellowship or NECF, Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia or GBM and OHMSI.
7th NCOI on 13th September 2014
The schedule is as follows:
||Registration of Invitees
||Welcome Addresses by IRF and OHMSI
||Tabling of Policy Proposal by Organizing Committee Representative
Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah, CEO GMM
||Respondents at 7 minutes each on 3-page Policy Paper
Ho Yock Lin and Rayner Yeo Sylvester
Dr Helen Ting, IKMAS, UKM
Mr Halmie Azri, ABIM
KV Soon Vidayananda, Secretary of the International Forum on Buddhist Muslim Relations (BMF)
Dato A Vaithilingam, former Chairman of MCCMBST
Dr Maimuna Merican, Gender Studies Programme, Univeriti Malaya
Ms Siti Kassim, Legal Advisor to Orang Asli
Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, Projek Dialog
||Facilitated Roundtable Discussion by all present, Chief Facilitator is Mr UK Menon
||Break for Refreshments and Prayer time
||Live Video Conference with University
Professor S.H. Nasr of George Washington University and Q&A session.
||Conclusion of 7th NCOI and Goodnight.
Please do confirm your participation with Mr Tan Kong Beng who is assisting us at his email email@example.com or by phone +6016 3689543 at the earliest possible by Friday evening 12th September 2014 to help us with all logistical preparations. Mr Tan will inform us of the numbers participating. For those who require vegetarian meals please indicate that to us.
If you have any queries about the programme content please contact Dr KJ John at +6012 3451950.
We hope to see many of us taking this opportunity to contribute to a better Malaysia for ourselves and our children as we dialogue, engage and accept each other for a better Malaysia.