The Three Cultures Foundation offers the 'IV Online Participatory Forum: Halal Craftsmanship'

This forum aims to promote notions that can be useful to businesses related to crafts specifically and halal trade in general
La Fundación Tres Culturas ofrece el ‘IV Foro Participativo online: Artesanía Halal’

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Within the development of the actions of the 'Halal Market' project, the Three Cultures Foundation is organising the IV Online Participatory Forum on Thursday 8 July at 12 noon (Spanish time), which will be dedicated to crafts and halal trade.

The aim of the forum is to promote the notions that, with respect to the needs of the Muslim public, can be useful to companies related specifically to crafts and halal trade in general.

Fazil Irwan, who was the executive director of the World Islamic Economic Forum between 2006 and 2017, as well as the same position between 2019 and 2020 at the International Strategy Institute, an organisation dedicated to the promotion of fair trade, economic growth and sustainable development in Asia, will be speaking at the event. Fazil is currently the head of the Human and Social Development Department at the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ICESCO) based in Rabat. His presentation is entitled: 'Exploring the concept of immersive tourism in the halal sector'.

Fazil will outline a definition of halal trade with its international projection. The session will also include a case study of global trends and the needs of the target public of this halal tourism, which will focus on and explain the fundamental features of this customer profile: what they need, what they prefer, what they appreciate in craftsmanship. 

Individuals or institutions interested in taking part in this Participatory Forum should register by clicking on the following link:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iQIYUp6bTiKx28Tt0dv56Q

Once registered, they will receive a notification with the link to Zoom and the access code.

The event will also be broadcast live on the Three Cultures Foundation's Facebook channel.