Kamis, Februari 9, 2023


Date, Time Detail Agenda  Note
22 November 2022,  Welcoming Dinner is provided served by Governor of  Central Java

  1. Remark of AMAN Indonesia , Ruby Kholifah
  2. Remark of KUPI, Badriyah Fayumi 
  3. Remark from Rector of UIN Semarang , Prof. Dr. Imam Taufiq, MAg
  4. Remark from Governor of Central Java , Ganjar Pranowo

4.   Cultural Performance and Dinner 

23 November 2022    
07.00-08.30 Antigent Test  and Registration   
09.00-10.00 Happening Art 

Dance of Saman/Java/ Papua

Performance of National Auntom, Indonesia Raya 

Reciting The Qur’an and Interpretation 

Shalawat Musawah 

Opening International Conference 

Welcoming remark from AMAN, Prof Azyumardi Azra, 

Remark from Rector of UIN Semarang 

Speech from Ministry of Foreign Affair 

10.00-10.40 Keynote Speech

  1. Women’s rights in the Perspective of Islam KUPI, Nyai Badriyah Fayumi
  2.  The Role of Women Ulama in Creating Justice Muslim Civilization, Fadhilatu Syaikh DR. Ahmad Muhammad Ahmad Ath-Thayyib, Imam Besar  Al-Azar, Mesir
10.40-11.00 Break   
11.00-12.30 PLENARY I

The Futures of Muslims: Positive Development of Gender Equality

Positive Development in Muslim Family Laws : Study of Moroko ,  MOROCO

The Role of Women Ulama in advocating Law on Sexual Violence Crime , INDONESIA

Safe Abortion in Turkey: Law v.s Practice , TURKEY 

Banning Poligamy in Malawi, MALAWI 

Mosques as Gendered Space: Implication of women are permitted to enter the mosque,  INDIA

12.30-13.30 Lunch Break 




  • Family Law Reform in the muslim world: Good Practice 

Ending Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt – Amel Fahmy, Tadwein Gender Research Center, EGYPT 

Mobilizing Multi Actors, Ending Child Marriage, INDONESIA

Gender Equality in The Constitution: Learning from SOUTH AFRICA

  B. Women, Peace and Security in Muslim World 

  1. Seeding Hope for Syrian Refuge, MENA
  2. Violent Extremism and its Direct Impact to Women’s human rights – SOUTH ASIA 
  3. Women, Peace and Security in The Philippine: Does Normalization Bring More Justice for Muslim Women?,  Amina Rasul, PCID, THE PHILIPPINES
  4. Towards ASEAN Regional Action Plan on WPS – ASEAN Representative

C. Defending Women’s Rights Under Fragile Democracy: Challenges

  1. The Fragility of Women’s rights in Afghanistan  
  2. A Rising of Women’s Movement Confronting A New Backlash in Pakistan  
  3. The Arab Awakening and Gender: Where Revolution Moving forward? 
  4. Women and Political Leadership: Gains and Challenges 
  D.  Greening of Muslims: Climate Justice and Sustainable Development 

  1. Eco-Pesantren, Women, and Food Security , Nisa Wagadipura, Eco-Pesantren  , INDONESIA
  2. The Mosque Tech Challenge: Harnessing Synergy, Mobilizing Community  , SINGAPORE
  3. Climate Change and Tourism: Islamic Narrative for Protection of Ocean , MALDIVES 
  4. Pacific Dynamics: Impacts of Climate Change on Spirituality PACIFIC ISLAND 
  5. Islam, Climate Justice and Sustainable Development , UNITED KINGDOM
  E.  Men Involvement in Faith Communities: Good practice, Implication and Backlash 

Imam For She: The Role of Male Religious Leader in promoting gender equality, Iman  Khalfan, Muslim for Progressive Values, BURUNDI

Tackling Toxic Masculinity: Learning from the New Men’s Alliance, Coordinator of Laki-Laki Baru, INDONESIA 

Low Cost Sanitary Pad Movement in India, Arunachalam Muruganantham (Padman), Jayaashree Industries, INDIA

Ending Violence Against Women form The Lens of Buddhism, THAILAND

5. Male Ulama and Women’s Rights: Creating Alternative Narrative for Gender Equality from Islamic Perspective, INDONESIA 

  F. Women’s roles in a variety of faith traditions: A Transformation from Within 

  1. Muslim Women at a Crossroads: Gender and Development in The Xinjuang Uyghur Authonomous region, China -(Cindy Yung-Leh Huang, Senior Advisor, Interagency Task Force on the Reunification of Families, United States Department of Homeland Security)
  2. Fighting Sexual Harassment within Religious Communities: #MeToo Movement in America
  3. Buddist Feminist Transnational Network 
  4. Chistian Women Movement in Secularizing and Diversifiying 
15.00-15.15 Break   
15.15-16.30 PLENARY 2

Muslim Women Movement Around the World: Achievement and Gaps

 Women Political Movement and CEDAW in Iran, CENTRAL ASIA 

Egypt Women Movement Dealing with Islamic Militancy,  EGYPT , MIDDLE EAST 

Reclaiming Religious Authority: Indonesia Women Ulama Congress (KUPI) Influencing Change, Indonesia , SOUTHEAST ASIA 

The New Dynamic of Islamic Feminism in Morocco , Zakia Salime, the Institute for Research on Women, AFRICA 

16.00-16.10 Break   
16.10-17.40 PLENARY  3   Introduction of  KUPI Methodology

  1. KUPI’s Fatwa: Paradigm, Framework and Approach 
  2. Women’s Voices as Basis of  Fatwa Formulation : “Keadilan Hakiki” Conceptual Framework
  3. Mubadalah Approach and the Positive Narrative 
  4. The Movement of Women Ulama in Promoting KUPI’s Methodology 
17.40-19.00 Break, dinner , and exhibition   
19.00 -20.30 Session Closing

  1. Reporting Session on Workshop Paralel 
  2. Presentation of Draft Statement and Recomendation 
  3. Closing 

  • Closing Remark from Representative of Interantional community 
  • Closing Remark from AMAN Indonesia 
  • Closing Remark from MM KUPI 

Sufi Dance – participant are participating in dancing 

22.00          Depart to Jepara by  bus (The organizer will facilitate all participants to move to Pesantren Hasyim Asy’ari Jepara. 
24 November 2022 Exposure Visit around Jepara together with national participants of The KUPI 2

Exposure Visit 


Jejak-Jejak Kepemimpinan Perempuan Jepara 


Kamis 24 November 2022 

08.00 AM Registrations  Semua Peserta perlu melakukan registrasi sebelumnya untuk bergabung bersama exposure visit. 

jika dana tidak memadai, maka peserta perlu ditarik biaya untuk exposure visit 
08.30 AM  Depart to visit 5 historical destinations: 

Museum Kartini (The Museum of Kartini )

Makam Ratu Kalinyamat (The Grave of Ratu Kalinyamat)

Candi Bubrah, Jejak Kerajaan Ratu Shima  (Temple of Bubrah, Candi Bubrah: The Legacy of Ratu Shima )

Belajar Toleransi di Komunitas Plajan (Visit Plajan Community: The Village of Tolerance)

Belajar Batik Nusantara dan Pemberdayaan Komunitas  (Troso Community : Learning  Batik Nusantara and Community Development )

Belum dipelajari rute dan jarak. Perlu konsulasi dengan Panitia Lokal. 

Perlu ada PJ dari Exposure Visit ini