First Islamic Governance Symposium

University Liaison Office, UBD – The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) held a one-day symposium on Islamic Governance on 21 November, attracting over 100 academics, policy makers and Islamic Studies experts to the Senate Room, in the Chancellor Hall.An Islamic...
Advice to a Nation

Advice to a Nation

Dina Aliuddin https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.1-3   Abstract This paper analyses the political thinking of Almarhum Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien III through his Syair Nasihat or The Ode of Advice. Almarhum Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin III wrote Syair Nasihat in 1957 and it...
Governance in a Contemporary Islamic Negara

Governance in a Contemporary Islamic Negara

Amin Abdul Aziz https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.1-1 Abstract The prospect of utilising Islamic values and principles, as a system of governance, has been the aspiration of many Muslim people throughout their history, as well as their governments and administrations....
Minority Participation in an Islamic Negara

Minority Participation in an Islamic Negara

Pang Li Li https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.1-5 Abstract On the 1st of May 2014, Negara Brunei Darussalam declared the implementation of an Islamic criminal code of law, thus becoming the first country in modern Southeast Asia to declare so. Inevitably, Brunei was...
Approaches in Islamic Public Sector Management

Approaches in Islamic Public Sector Management

Azaharaini Mohammed Jamil https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.1-4 Abstract Modern Public Sector Management are groups of public officials with the authority to formulate, interpret and implement government policies and programmes to achieve desired socio-economic development...