International MOIC (I MOIC) was a precious opportunity where students from all over the world could share experience, knowledge, and being engaged in trans-cultural dialogue about socio-economic and political problems of the Muslim world. It also encouraged youth actively in creation and establishment of intercultural and int
erreligious dialogue that provided different aspirations and ways of expression of Muslim and non-Muslim youth. It also claimed to establish a network among Islamic universities with the help of established MOIC clubs in all 57 Member states of OIC that will serve the idea of strengthening intercultural dialogue and provide training in the field of international diplomacy.
The conference was supervised by the \”International MOIC Training Program\” (IMTP) which is the project of internationalizing the student Models of OIC throughout the OIC universities, under supervision of the (ICYF-DC) and partnership of the Center for Civilization Studies and Dialogue of Cultures (CCSDC). Creating these models was the first step to be followed by establishing the International MOIC conference to be held annually in one of the OIC Universities.
MOIC students simulated members of OIC Organizations, permanent committees as well as customized activities fitted to their countries situations. (IMTP) organized a training program for students representing the 57 countries formally compromising the OIC. Such an activity gave clear information to all participants concerning the establishment of the first MOIC in their university, and training on international diplomacy to become more familiar with OIC structure and objectives.