A message from London: Pay your “zakat” locally

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By Greget Kalla Buana Zakat (Islamic alms giving) is now consi-dered as an alternative resource to help achieve the SDGs. London, the capital of a...

Zakat and Eco-fashion

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By Randi Swandaru As the fashion business grows and as the interminable need of human beings to respond to fast fashion continuously thrives, the clothing...

Anti-Corruption Drive – Critical to Future, International by Nature

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By Dan Steinbock No inclusive growth is conceivable without success in Nigeria’s anti-corruption drive. Today, that struggle is increasingly global. In mid-May, the world’s first anti-corruption...

Never try to make a profit on all trades

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When you are trading, the most common thing you will try to do is get the profit from every trend. This is common because...

Almsgiving for Bolstering SDGs

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By Randi Swandaru and Ebi Junaidi Almsgiving in Islam is not only encouraged but also obligatory under certain circumstances. The article aims to find answers...
Ethical Practices for a Sustainable Business

Ethical Practices for a Sustainable Business

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Creating a sustainable company revolves around what will work in the long-term. Both for the planet and your business model. There are areas you...
The Rise of ESG Financial Products

The Rise of ESG Financial Products

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By Victoria Judd and Henrietta Worthington ESG finance continues to gain traction globally, with an increasing variety of financial products becoming available under the...

Should Economists Care About Ethics?

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By  Jonathan Wight Whether conscious of it or not, economists rely on ethical norms and principles to carry out research and to inform policy choices....

Financial Inclusion in India: Social Enterprises as the Unlikely Heroes

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By D. Anisha Adhikari and Siddhant Mishra Financial inclusion in India has been the area of focus for the government and social enterprises for some...

Financing the SDG Agenda: The Potential of Sukuk The Indonesia Case

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By Dalal Aassouli and Ebi Junaidi Indonesia, the largest Muslim population country claims to first issue green Sukuk worth USD 1.25B, significantly contributing to the...

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