Unesa.ac.id, SURABAYA–Surabaya State University (UNESA) signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation or MoU with the National Sharia Arbitration Board (Basyarnas)–MUI at the 3rd Floor Auditorium, Faculty of Social Sciences and Law (FISH), Ketintang Campus , on Thursday (30/11/2023).
Dr. Lia Istifhama, M.E.I., Central Basyarnas Leadership Council said that this collaboration is to support the government's program in improving sharia economics and the laws that cover it.
This effort was made because there are still many people who do not understand the law in sharia economics , so that many people are exposed to fraud. "There are still many people who do not understand sharia economics, so they are targets for fraud," he said.
He continued, this collaboration was also carried out to grow the sharia economy, especially in the East Java region. "So that together we support what the government has programmed to answer the needs of the community," he continued.
Vice Chancellor for Planning, Development, Cooperation and Information and Communication Technology, Prof. Dr. Nur Azizah, S.H., M.Hum., said that this collaboration is a form of UNESA's commitment to implementing Key Performance Indicators (IKU) 6 as a campus that has Legal Entity status.
In this way the campus is 'Home of Champions ' can continue to grow and create innovations for society. "It is hoped that this collaboration can make UNESA a world class university," he said.
This event was also coupled with Socialization on Sharia Economic Dispute Resolution through the National Sharia Arbitration Board of the Indonesian Ulema Council which was attended by students from the Islamic Law and Economics study program.
It is hoped that this activity can increase students' knowledge in overcoming problems regarding sharia economic disputes that often occur in society. "I think this is important because resolving sharia economic disputes is not only through litigation, but can also be done by non-litigation," said Prof Nur Azizah.
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