The Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society publishes a series of Policy Papers. This series is distributed widely amongst government, business, academic and community organisations.
The Centre for Islamic Law and Society (CILS) (now Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society) published the CILS Islamic Issues Briefing Paper Series, contributed by scholars around the world with an affiliation to the CILS.
Professor Tim Lindsey's ARC Federation Fellowship published the Islamic, Syariah and Governance Background Paper Series. Both series were distributed widely amongst government, business, academic and community organisations.
Islamic, Syariah and Governance Background Paper Series
Islamic Law in the Philippines: Between Appeasement and Neglect - No 9 (2011)
by Mr Matthew Stephens
Democracy, Conflict and Islamic Leadership in Eastern Indonesia - No 6 (2011)
by Dr Jeremy Kingsley
Islamist Feminism: Syariah for the Empowerment of Women: The Case of Indonesia's Pesantren Al-Firdaus - No 5 (2010)
by Ms Farha Abdul Kadir Assegaf
Indonesia, Militant Islam and Ahmadiyah: Origins and Implications - No 4 (2009)
by Ms Melissa Crouch
Politics, Criminal Justice and Islamisation in Aceh - No 3 (2009)
by Dr Arskal Salim
CILS Islamic Issues Briefing Paper Series
Iran, Islam and Democracy: Fluid Identities - No 2 (2006)
by Professor Haleh Afshar
Islam in Southeast Asia: Tolerance and Radicalism - No 1 (2006)
by Professor Azyumardi Azra