International Seerah tul Nabi (s.a.a.w) Conference on Promoting Peace and Social Cooperation for a Sustainable Cohesive Society

Oct 24-26, 2022 (27-29 Rabi ul Awal 1443)

Organized by Department of Islamic Studies Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi-Pakistan in collaboration with Punjab Higher Education Commission Pakistan & Peace and Conflict Resolution Center (FJWU).

Humanity is the subject of Seerah study for objectively attaining peace and justice in the society. Social cooperation works at all levels of the society to establish sustainable relationship amongst people in the society. Peace building resolves conflicts amongst social groups, policymakers, institutions and make relationship that are better able to sustain peace and social justice by which individuals and societies develop their abilities-individually and collectively–to perform their role effectively, efficiently and in a sustainable manner. The conference is aimed at to provide a platform for global stakeholders from academic, professional and governmental official to gather and discuss sub-themes and current issues related to peace and social cooperation. The conference offers a unique, culturally and professionally diverse environment, carefully designed to foster peace building requirements in every aspects of the society. International conference on peace and social cooperation is open to all beliefs and fields of life as diversity in perspectives help broaden knowledge, understanding and actions on the subject at hand. The conference offers academics, scholars and researchers a platform to share their findings for a cohesive sustainable society and better human development.

Objectives of the Conference

The objectives of the conference is :

  • To gather leading academicians, scholars and researchers to share their knowledge and new ideas as well as to discuss current development in social justice, peace, cohesiveness and conflict resolution.
  • To strengthen partnership with interdisciplinary and inter-institutional research in Seerah Study regarding peaceful cohesive society by conflict resolution and promoting social cooperation.
  • In addition the conference will offer opportunities for academicians to meet and interact with local and international participants.

Themes of the Conference We invite original research papers for the conference based on (but not limited to) the following sub-themes.

Sub-Themes of the Conference  We invite original research papers for the conference based on (but not limited to) the following sub-themes.

  • Religion as a Source of Peace Building
  • Ethnic Conflicts and Pluralism in Contemporary era
  • Religious Cohesion to Promote Gender Equality
  • Social media and its role to enhance peace and cohesiveness in society
  • Tolerance to Resolve Social and International Political Conflicts in Contemporary Era
  • Impact of Religion on Health, Wellbeing and Peaceful life 
  • Social Economic Justice to Promote Peace and Cohesion for a Sustainable Society
  • Effectiveness of Human Rights, Social Laws and Environmental Justice to Promote Peace


Important Dates:

Conference Dates: 24-26th Oct 2022
Abstract Submission: 08th August 2022
Acceptance notification: 31st August 2022
Paper Submission: 22th August 2022

Submission On:

Registration Fee:
For Presenters:
FJWU Students: Rs 2000/-
FJWU Employers: Rs 2500/-
Others: Rs. 2500/-
For participants: Rs 1000/-

Mode of Presentation Hybrid (online-on campus) mode will be adopted for the participants to present their papers in the conference.

Patron in Chief (FJWU) Conference Convener Dr. Saima Hamid, Prof. Dr. Sarwet Rasul Vice Chancellor Professor/Reporting Faculty Member Fatima Jinnah Women University, Faculty of Islamic and Oriental Learning, FJWU The Mall, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Conference Focal Person Dr Farhana Mehmood Lecturer Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi

Abstracts Submission: Word Limit: 250-300 Font: 12 Time New Roman Key word: 3-4

Name: All authors name with their designation, email and contact details should be written properly at the top of the abstract.