ABOUT THE EVENT
The growing trend of the halal industry has transformed the shifting in perception of the Muslim community and customers paradigm around the world. There are two reasons for the halal product transition: first, the development of the halal industry is beyond what is seen historically. Second, the Moslem market share is currently being considered by the world, therefore halal market recently is not exclusively for Moslem Countries. The increasing demand for halal products including goods and services, especially for food, beverages and ready-to-use products, has affected in a growing need for products with Halal guarantees or certification. Due to the increasing demand from consumers for halal products, producers are forced to produce food products, beverages and goods that must meet the provisions of Islamic law.
Furthermore, in 2020, around 205 million people from 268 million Indonesian population, or about 80% are Moslem. This makes Indonesia the largest Muslim population in the world. Considering that Indonesia is a country with a huge Moslem majority population, the halal industry in Indonesia has to be developed rapidly. The halal industry is one of the priority sectors through the 2019 The Indonesia National Islamic Finance Committee (KNEKS) master plan. However, Halal awareness for consumers as well as producers considered to be crucial issue. For instance, many restaurants, hotels or food station are not halal-certified, and there are also many food products, medicines and cosmetics that are not halal-certified as well.
In the future, Halal industry should contribute more to economic growth, considering the numerous Indonesian Moslem population. Thus, the halal industry is easier to find domestic consumers through halal product and international consumers through halal tourism. However, considering the COVID-19 pandemic which has caused mobility restriction and has limited access to local tourist destinations, halal industry should take a part in economic recovery. Therefore, it is essention to understand the role of the halal industry in restoring the Indonesian economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the previous discussion, it is essential to arrange International Conference in providing a more complete understanding of halal products, current halal development as well as discussing the research results on the topic of halal development. The 2nd International Conference on Halal Development (ICHAD 2021) invites some prominent speakers who have a focus on the halal field from several countries.
The objectives of this International Conference are:
- To study the potential opportunities and challenges of the Halal Industry
- To strengthen the Halal Industry in the Global economy
- To provide insight into the role of halal in the production, consumption of goods and services as well as Halal tourism.
- To provide insight into the role and halal policies that have been established by the Halal Product Assurance Agency (BPJH) and the MUI Food, Drug and Cosmetics Assessment Institute (LPPOM) in Indonesia.
- To build the awareness of Indonesian Moslem on the importance of consuming food, using Halal goods and services.
THEME AND SUB THEME
International Conference on Halal Development “Reinforcement Halal Industry for Global Integration Revival”.
- Halal Products & Authentication
- Halal Science Materials & Characterization
- Operation & Supply Chain Halal Product
- Sharia Business and Organization
- Islamic Finance & Banking
- Halal Tourism
- Sharia Economics
- Halal Policy, Regulation and Standards
- Halal Assurance System and Certification
- Prof. Adam Voak, James Cook University, AUSTRALIA
- Satomi Ohgata, Kyushu International University, Faculty of International Studies, JAPAN
- Associate Prof. Nurdeng Deuraseh, University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
- Prof. Dr. Asman Taeali, Director of Halal Institute, Prince Songkla University, THAILAND
- Afdhal Aliasar, MBA, Director of Halal Industry Product, Komite Nasional Ekonomi dan Keuangan Syariah (KNEKS), INDONESIA
- Dr. Heri Pratikto, M.Si., Ketua Pusat Halal, Universitas Negeri Malang, INDONESIA
Online zoom meeting (the link, code and password conference room to be announced later)
To all Keynote Speakers are kindly welcome to join the conference from beginning at 07.20 AM (Jakarta time GMT+7), please be mindful with the time and remember to adjust to Jakarta time (GMT+7) considering the conference will be using Indonesia local time.
|Origin||Australia (Canberra)||Japan (Tokyo)||Brunei Darussalam (Bandar Seri Begawan)||Thailand (Bangkok)||Indonesia|
|Seminar time (Jakarta)||07.20 AM|
|Local time||10.20 AM||09.20 AM||08.20 AM||07.20 AM||07.20 AM|
THE 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HALAL DEVELOPMENT
OCTOBER 5TH 2021
|EVENTS||PERSON IN CHARGE|
|1.||07.00 – 07.20||Committee briefing and preparation||Committee members|
|2.||07.20 – 07.40||
– Zoom platform is opened
– Participant registration
|3.||07.40 – 07.45||Opening Ceremony||MC|
|4.||07.45 – 07.55||Welcome Speech by Rector of University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali, Brunei Darussalam||MC|
|5.||07.55 – 08.05||Welcome Speech by Rector of Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia||MC|
|6.||08.05 – 08.10||Praying||Committee|
|7.||08.10 – 08.40||Islamic Australian Market and Halal Supply Chain Compliance for Global Market (Assoc. Prof. Adam Voak, James Cook University, Australia)||Moderator|
|8.||08.40 – 09.10||Halal Education: Islamic Teaching and Practices for Global Education (Prof. Satomi Ohgata, Kyushu International University, Japan)||Moderator|
|9.||09.10 – 09.40||Benchmarking of Halal Product for Global Market (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurdeng Deuraseh, University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali, Brunei Darussalam)||Moderator|
|10.||09.40 – 10.10||Opportunity and Challenge of Halal Tourism (Asst. Prof. Dr. Asman Taeali, Director of Halal Institute, Prince Songkla University, Thailand)||Moderator|
|11.||10.10 – 10.40||Empowering Indonesian Halal Product SME’s for Indonesia Economic Growth (Afdhal Aliasar, MBA, Direktur Industri Produk Halal, Komite Nasional Ekonomi dan Keuangan Syariah, Indonesia)||Moderator|
|12.||10.40 – 11.10||Role of NGO in Halal Industry (Prof. Dr. Heri Pratikto, Ketua Pusat Halal, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia)||Moderator|
|13.||11.10 – 12.00||Discussion (all topics)||Moderator|
|14.||12.00 – 13.00||Break||–|
|15.||13.00 – 16.00||
Panel Sessions (Breakout Room):
– Room 1
· Halal product and authentication
· Halal science materials and characterization
– Room 2
· Operation and supply chain halal product
· Halal policy, regulations, and standards
· Halal assurance system and certification
– Room 3
· Sharia business and organization
· Halal Tourism
– Room 4
· Islamic finance and banking
· Sharia economic
Moderator Room 1
Moderator Room 2
Moderator Room 3
Moderator Room 4