Dr. Abdul Mu’ti
Dr. Abdul Mu’ti is a senior lecturer at The State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Walisongo Semarang. Mu’ti obtained his Masters degree in Education from Flinders University of South Australia and Ph.D in Islamic education from The State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta.
His major research is education and religious pluralism. Apart from his position as a lecturer, Mu’ti also serves as executive director of Centre for Dialogue and Cooperation among Civilisations (CDCC), Jakarta.
Ray Martin serves as the Executive Director of Christian Connections for International Health a network of over 500 organizational and individual members promoting international health and wholeness from a Christian perspective. He has 45 years experience as an international development and public health specialist managing the design, implementation and evaluation of large health and population programs. He is a strong advocate of closer collaboration between global developmental institutions and civil society, including the faith community.
Dr. Gamal Serour
Dr. Gamal Serour is the Director of the International Islamic Center for Population Studies and Research at Al-Azhar University. Serour, an Egyptian, was President of the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) from 2009-2012. He joined the FIGO Ethics Committee in 1994 and became Chair in 2003. Has authored and co-authored numerous papers published in international, regional and national journals and has edited various books. He is a reviewer for several international journals, and often addresses scientific meetings. Prof. Serour has received numerous National Awards andHonorary Memberships in Obstetrics and Gynecology Societies worldwide.