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It’s my pleasure to write this report as I was a delegate to represent The Oxford School, Dubai in the 10th World Islamic Economic Forum-“WIEF” held on 28th-30th October at Madinat Jumeirah Conference Centre, Dubai.

It was a three days thought-provoking discussions, plenary sessions, one-to-one meetings and networking opportunities, with distinct attendance from Heads of State and Governors, top level CEOs, leaders, and experts from the global economic arena. Business prospects in the Muslim Worlds was showcased bringing a focus on the broader Halal industries including finance, food, tourism, leisure, education and standardization.

My aim in attending this Form was that I wanted to gain knowledge on an integration of the conventional Economics with the Islamic economics. As one of my passion for teaching is to raise global citizens, it was a good venue for me to catch up on the ideas of how to lift people out of poverty, how to develop tomorrow’s workforce, significance of Islamic finance, the Halal market, increasing women’s participation in business, to invest in female entrepreneurs etc.

“The Muslim and non-Muslim world today face many great and complex challenges both geopolitically and economically. It is imperative that as a teacher to forge new bonds of friendship”.

Written by Ms. Fathima Vijitha – Teacher in Economics at The Oxford School-Dubai.

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