ICRIE’s Capacity Building initiatives are vital to promote the long-term sustainability of evidence-based decision making in economic policy space. These initiatives help the scholars in research institutes to enhance and improve their research capabilities in academics and policy making. They also empower individuals to become critical evaluators of data and evidence, capable of deploying a variety of strategic and technical skills to inform policy decisions in Islamic economics.
Our capacity building activities provides opportunities of originating fresh ideas by organizing Training Workshops, Research Seminars, and Policy Dialogues. These activities will bring together practitioners and stakeholders globally, target specific capacity gaps, and disseminate internationally benchmarked knowledge to contribute to a larger culture of demanding and utilizing data and research evidence in Islamic economics and policy practices.