The National Centre for Contemporary Islamic Studies is based at The University of Melbourne and is headed by the Centre Director, Professor Abdullah Saeed.
The Centre is advised on community needs by a National Consultative Committee comprising representatives of the Muslim community in Australia, academic staff from the Centre and an Australian Government representative. The Centre is keen to establish a register of interested community members and would be happy to receive your feedback and comments.State-based consultative committees also represent the Muslim community in each State and provide a forum for matters of importance to local communities.
Education with Muslims
A series of professional learning workshops for Australian teachers, focusing on Islam and Muslims in a school context
Learning from one another: bringing Muslim perspectives into Australian schools
Bringing Muslim perspectives into Australian schools
Practising Diversity: Engaging Muslims in Australian schools
This professional learning workshop broadens its scope to deal with wider interfaith and intercultural issues, using Islam and Muslims as a case study.
Understanding the Multifaith classroom in a secular society
Melbourne Qu'ran Seminars
Monthly seminar on the Qur'an and Qur'anic Studies
Victorian Imams Consultative Forum
The Victorian Imams Consultative Forum (VICF) is an initiative of the National Centre for Contemporary Islamic Studies (NCCIS) in cooperation with various Victorian Imams.