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Title: Islamic Charities in Australia and the Governance Predicaments
Authors: Azmi, Nur Farahiah 
Hasan, Hazriah 
Mohd Nor Hakimin Yusoff 
Keywords: Islamic Charities;Governance;Predicaments
Issue Date: Mar-2020
Publisher: Global Academic Excellence
Journal: International Journal of Law, Government and Communication (IJLGC) 
Islamic charity is one of the groups under the third sector or non-profit sector that mainly came out as a focal point in some countries. These Islamic charities made a significant contribution in various aspects in terms of religious, economic and social aspects. However, there are several issues and complexities faced by Islamic charities. Thus, this paper focuses on discussing Islamic charities in Australia through reviewing related literature. The papern also identifies some of the predicaments faced by Islamic charities and explores the authorities that may monitor the management and operation of Islamic charities. The findings of this paper offer insight for future researchers on possible solutions for governance.
ISSN: 0128-1763
DOI: 10.35631/IJLGC.518003
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