Islamic Governance : Strategies for Relevance
Yung Mei Chee
A challenge for many governments is the devising of strategies that can create policies that ultimately are implementable, effective and sustainable over time. This paper will explore a holistic approach, at a national level, and not specifically at any particular ministry or departments per se, on how to create for Islam a functional and relevant role in the processes of policy formulation. Particular focus is given to the human agency as the operator of whatever strategies are needed. As a modern Negara, this approach is crucial in order to achieve for Islam functional relevance in public policy and towards implementing a genuine and viable system of Islamic Governance.
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