A project where Islamic finance, Italian laws and the archaeological remains of the last mosque built in Sicily meet to create a halāl tourism proposition to attract international and domestic visitors.
Co-promoter and chair of a biennial European event on the Islamic eco-system. TIEF is attended by the leading players of Islamic finance (capital markets, banking, money management, private equity, insurance, etc.) and halāl sectors (food, fashion, health, and travel).
Chair of the annual world’s by-invitation-only leading event on the Islamic insurance offering a platform with in-depth analysis on the forces driving change in the industry.
Session-chair of an annual leading event on the Islamic insurance held each April in the United Arabs Emirates.
Showcasing the unique Islamic artistic and architectural heritage scattered along the peninsula. Discussing the idea of ‘cultural districts’ to encourage domestic and international halāl tourism and tell the intertwined stories between Christianity and Islam, the West and the Orient.
Consulting and contributing the chapter on “The Role of Microtakāful in Financial Inclusion: the Foundational Claims of Insurance in Islam” in a joint WB/IFSB publication.
Convener of the closing event themed “Halāl Food – A Border that Does not Divide” focusing on the right to access proper feeding resources according to one’s cultural and religious choices. With her unique culinary tradition Italy is well positioned to fusion the Islamic food requirements and the wealth of regional cuisines into a new enticing and halāl proposition.
A TIEF side-event jointly organized with the Global Islamic Economic Summit dedicated to a fast-growing sector of the Islamic economy where the Italian fashion system is a key player. The UAE, China, and Italy lead the Modest Fashion Indicator (MFI), which evaluates 72 countries’ health and development of their Modest Fashion ecosystem.
Antea Brugnoni makes a full presentation at ‘Sistema Moda Italia’ on “Islamic Economy and Fashion – Modest Fashion: the Way to Multicultural Fashion”.