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Vol 4 No 2 (2023)
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Kawanua International Journal of Multicultural Studies is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal published twice yearly by the State Islamic Institute of Manado (IAIN) in Indonesia. This journal focuses on conducting an in-depth analysis of multicultural and pluralism issues, primarily focusing on the experiences and challenges of minorities globally. It aims to provide extensive and profound insights into such issues through a multi-disciplinary academic approach across Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts, Legal Studies, Economics, Education, and Islamic Studies.

Specifically, the journal's scope encompasses diverse topics such as investigating the role of secular law and Islamic law in protecting minority rights, assessing the socioeconomic impacts of globalization on minority groups, examining the potential of Islamic economics and education in an inclusive frame, exploring the cultural identities and spiritual traditions of minorities within global Islamic societies, analyzing issues faced by minorities like social integration, discrimination and access to public resources, documenting advocacy movements for minority rights at all levels, studying the representation of minorities in global media and culture, and undertaking comparative analysis of minority experiences across different regional contexts.

Kawanua International Journal of Multicultural Studies, with registered numbers ISSN 2797-5460 (Print) and ISSN 2797-359X (Online), the journal invites academicians and researchers from relevant backgrounds worldwide to advance discourses on contemporary challenges related to multiculturalism and pluralism, with an emphasis on highlighting minority perspectives. The rigorous double-blind peer review process ensures the quality of publications that feature in Kawanua International Journal of Multicultural Studies biannually in June and December.