7th Forum - Strategic Communication: Reference Values, Institutions, Persons


 (24 - 25 May 2016 ) Yazd - Iran 

“Strategic Communication: Reference Values, Institutions, Persons”

In this point, 7th World Islamic Forum that will be held under the title of “Strategic Communication: Reference Values, Institutions, Persons” has been targeting to provide a modest contribution to be formed of a unity of discourse in the Islamic world; to be fastened of necessary opinion production for the solution of problems; to be fortified of the image of Islamic countries and to be offered of Islamic savings to the service of all humanity.


Main Theme

Strategic Communication: Reference Values, Institutions, Persons


Sub Themes

Islamic Opinion Saving and Strategic Communication Perspectives

Critical Opinion Dynamics/Institutions

Reference Values (Obedience to State, Ecology Mind, Strong Authority Comprehension, Honor (Dignity), Trust, Tolerance, Bravery, Horse Culture, Simplicity, Respect to Women, Family Culture, Child Education, Collectivism, Peace, Justice, Love, Safety of Religion-Mind-Soul-Properts-Generation, Freedom of Human-Will-Expression, Brotherhood, Solidarity, Loyalty, Morals, Courage, Trueness, Science, Knowledge, Heart, Assent, Satisfaction, Patience, Merit, Loyalty, Excellence-Taqwa, Competition in Solidarity, Beauty-Husn etc.)

Reference Institutions (Military Order, Camel Train, Elders’ Council, Quriltais, Neighborhood, Cradle, Ancestor Sports, Poets, Affinity, Family, Society, Education, Humanitarian Contacts, Market, Financial Institutions, Law, Mosque, Sufism, Guilds etc.)

Reference Persons (Prophet. Muhammad [pbuh], Bahaeddin Naksibendi, Abdulkadir Gailani, Ahi Evran, Ahmed Yasawi, Aksemseddin, Alia Izzet Begovic, Farabi, Ibn Arabi, Ibn Sina, Mawlana Jalaluddin Rumi, Yunus Emre etc.)

Common Values, Integration and Strategic Communication

Islamic Economic Model and Security

Social State Model and Security in Islam

Interaction among Civilizations

Common Values in Struggle with Terrorism

Security and The Cities as Symbol of Civilization

Art, Esthetic, Culture and Tourism: Products, Models and New Strategies