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Karuna Bali
Yayasan Karuna Bali
ALIVE Associate

Contacts: Philip Yusenda

indonesia@livingvalues.net  

Phone: 62-361-7800399
Fax: 62-361-977337


Indonesia Website http://www.livingvaluesindonesia.org/
Current Status - 2017
Indonesia 2017: Braving storms, LVE trainers Conduct 26 Three-day Workshops in Three Months

“Warm greetings from Bali, Indonesia! Here we have some very unseasonal weather patterns, sometime there are torrential rain, even some ice and snow, interspersed with scorching heat. Rain does affect workshops here, as they cause quite a disruption of sea and air travel, two travel modes that are most common here. But it does not stop LVE trainers all over Indonesia in delivering workshops.

   

During the period of January to April 2017, there were 26 3-days Educator Workshops happened all over Indonesia. There were 589 participants, consisted of teachers, lecturers, principals, deans of teaching faculty, university students who will become teachers, and parents. A special mention to The Asia Foundation (Mr Budhy Munawar-Rachman and others) for running the program to build the capacity of lecturers in Tarbiyah Faculties (Teacher Training Faculty) of State Islamic University all over Indonesia. These lecturers in turn will train future teachers which will become the backbone of Indonesia’s education system.

   

There’s also Yayasan Indonesia Bahagia (Happy Indonesia Foundation, Ms Anggraeni Dewi and her team) which focused on providing training for young parents in Jakarta area. While on the eastern side of Indonesia, Parakletos Foundation (Ms Elsye Syauta Latuheru and team) bravely sailed the Mollucan sea to deliver workshops in nearby islands, inn Bali, Green School (with Mr Made Perdana Skolastika as trainer) also got into the act by delivering their CSR (corporate social responsibility) by delivering free LVE workshops for teachers of several nearby local schools.

   

With all these works we have to deal with, we really need LVE trainers. That’s why now we at Karuna Bali Foundation (the ALIVE associate in Indonesia) decided to make Train-the-Trainer workshops an annual event. This year we held the TTT workshop in Bandung, West Java, in order be close to the State Islamic University of Bandung, where most of the candidate trainers teach. From 15 to 19 March 2017, 21 candidates train themselves under the guidance of Ms Taka Gani as lead trainer and Mr Philip Yusenda and Mr Mohammad Ziaulhaq as co-trainers. These candidates have prepared themselves for the last two years by attending educator workshops and interning under one of the senior trainers. Out of 21 participants, 20 new trainers were willing to sign the contract to become volunteer trainers of LVE Indonesia.

Upcoming event: We’re re-translating and editing the Indonesian version of the Living Values Activities books, the “LVEP Educator Training Guide”, and “Living Values Parent Groups: A Facilitator Guide”. We’re hoping to release them by September 2017. That’s all the news from Indonesia, folks! Warm regards from Bali!”

Philip Yusenda

LVE Coordinator for Indonesia

Indonesia: The Seed of Kindness Day Benefits Others All Year

The one-year students of Campuhan College in Ubud, one of the programs of Karuna Bali, did a special project this year on April 23rd called The Seed of Kindness. An annual project of these LVE students, one purpose is to raise awareness in the surrounding community about values application in daily activities. They use seeds as symbols of values with the aim of also cultivating environmental values in celebration of Earth Day.

The students noted, “We treat the seeds with so much love and happiness. Each seed represents one value. For example, dragon fruit represents strength, star fruit represents happiness, and mulberries represents togetherness. We invite everyone to buy the seeds and then cultivate the values of those seeds for at least a month. One proceeds from this project are fully dedicated to help a one-year professional program student at CAMPUHAN College.”

They raised enough money last year to sponsor one of this year's students. They have demonstrated their values, showing that the essence of values is perpetuated. Acting in our values does great things and changes lives. Congratulations to all the young adults at Karuna Bali.

The Facebook page for The Seed of Kindness Team is https://www.facebook.com/theSeedofKindness/?fref=ts

   


Indonesia 2017: The History of LVE in Indonesia – Amazing Partnerships and Growth

The History of LVE in Indonesia can be traced back to 1997 when Ms Helen Quirin (1946-2016) started using LVE methods in her school and neighboring schools. With Ms Dana Streetman, Helen also translated and recorded LVE songs into the Indonesian language.

When Ms Taka Gani return from TTT in Oxford on 2002, LVE started to grow outside of the school system, especially in community development programs. Ms Diane Tillman, one of the initiators of LVE, especially came to Indonesia to give a workshop on LVE for Street Children for eight days in the same year.

In 2003, LVE was used in a peace building and trauma healing program. This project was designed for children in Ambon and Seram, where communal war wrecks the community, under the coordination of CARDI and Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Indonesia. Up until today, LVE methods are still in use for peace building in the area, both by Parakletos Foundation and Ambon Reconciliation and Mediation (AMRC) of IAIN Ambon.

In December 2008, Karuna Bali Foundation, based in Ubud, Bali, was approved as the Indonesian ALIVE Associate of the Association of Living Values Education International. The national LVE association is also known as ALIVE Indonesia, and has the mandate to develop and maintain the LVE trainers network in Indonesia. The Associate works with a number of organizations that are in line with the LVE vision, one of which is The Asia Foundation (TAF) with its implementing partners in Jakarta (Paramadina Foundation, Paramadina University, PPIM UIN Jakarta, LSAF), Yogyakarta (LKiS, Mata Pena, Puskadiabuma UIN Yogyakarta), and Ambon (ARMC IAIN Ambon, Parakletos Foundation) . Another cooperating organization is Jesuit Refugee Service with its accompaniment of internally displaced people (IDP), refugees and asylum seekers in several nodes of Indonesia.

From 2009 to 2014, The Asia Foundation and its partners actively supported LVEP development through its ”Pendidikan Menghidupkan Nilai” program, with LVE workshops for teachers and lecturers of madrasah, Islamic boarding schools, schools, and universities. One of the program’s goals is mainstreaming high quality values-based education where values can be implemented directly in daily life. Great attention was given to character based education by integrating the approach in all subjects. During the program, at least 10,119 teachers and 1.423 lecturers from schools and universities all over Indonesia were involved. The evaluation of this program was published in a book format titled “Success Stories” by TAF in the Indonesian language.

Parallel to TAF programs, JRS since 2009 also intensively using LVE methods in its accompaniment of post disaster and post conflict communities in Aceh province. Many schools benefited from this program. As one of the teachers put it: ”I learned new effective ways to deal with the kids without hitting them.” The report of this program for schools in vulnerable areas was published in a book format titled “Menanam Pohon Perdamaian” (Planting the Peace Tree) by JRS in the Indonesian language. Beside communities, JRS also uses LVE methods for asylum seekers and the refugee community (those who await refugee status approval and resettlement to third countries) and in immigration detention centers.

Karuna Bali Foundation as the Indonesian ALIVE Associate also implements LVE in its program, especially on Campuhan College (a one-year program for high school graduates who wish higher education) and EduCare (accompaniment for schools in rural areas which want to implement LVE). A lot of lessons have been learned, especially the need for educators to live their values totally before facilitating values awareness in students. All this ensures that the Karuna Bali Foundation can become the gold standard for implementation of LVEP in Indonesia.

Beside these programs under the foundations named above, there are many requests for training from schools and institution from all over Indonesia. In 2015, there were 48 LVE workshops, from the eastern most point of Palembang to the western most point of Ambon. In 2016, there were 41 workshops involving 1055 people. This only counts three-day Educator Workshop. There are many more one-day seminars and professional development courses.

The numbers suggest strongly that LVE has been accepted in many educational institutions. There are many challenges ahead, but the LVE trainer network in Indonesia will keep on transforming education in their beloved country.

Report prepared by Philip Yusenda, Budhy Munawar-Rachman and Mochamad Ziaulhaq

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2015 –
Indonesia: 300 LVE Facilitators Do Peace Education Work with 10,000

Prior to Celebrating World Interfaith Harmony Week in Ambon.

For the last three years, the Peace Education program in Ambon, a collaboration of The Asia Foundation, State's Islamic Institute of Ambon, and Parakletos Foundation, has been working hard in sowing the seeds of peace in the land broken up with strife. More than 300 facilitators of LVE and Peace Education have been trained, more than 10.000 students, teachers, and members of communities have been involved in peace education activities.

During the World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) on 30 January – 7 February 2015, there was a big celebration. Emphasizing some of the old traditions was designed to enhance inter-communal ties. Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39jhUzOQsQQ, to enjoy the celebration, and read the PDF version to understand the story behind the celebration:
http://worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com/wp-content/plugins/event-reports/docs/374/51dc0a8e7e4f1b3d52524afc66acd8c40d347549.pdf

Let's hope that next year, we can expand this Peace Education program even wider.

By Budhy Munawar-Rachman, ALIVE Indonesia Accredited Trainer

Indonesia: Integrating LVE into the Curriculum of State's Islamic University in Bandung

Since January 2015, LVE Indonesia has partnered with the Religious Studies Post Graduate Program of State's Islamic University (UIN) Bandung. The partnership was designed to ensure the creation of Peaceful Society in Indonesia, especially in West Java province. This partnership focused in integrating LVEP into the Living Values, Spirituality, and Religions (LVSR) coursework. This pilot program will end by May 2015.

The LVSR program has several milestones: (1) LVE becomes a course in Religious Studies Post-Graduate Program at UIN Bandung that can provide a growing space for academicians who truly live their religious values in a peaceful way. (2) LVE becomes an alternate method for lecturers, educators, and wider communities to shape community character. (3) LVSR becomes a model that is applicable in many more class rooms.

LVSR itself was developed from LVEP Educator Training Guide, Diploma of Education in Values and Spirituality, Living Our Values, Interfaith Dialogue, and several other pedagogy approaches that support LVE materials. All this material was combined into a new reference called Modul Living Values, Spirituality, and Religions.

The direct beneficiaries of the LVSR program are the students of the Religious Studies Program. The indirect beneficiaries are the lecturers, religion instructors, educators, and social facilitators that give communal services. The knowledge of LVE and peace building methods enables them to assist their communities to create a peaceful and respectful living, in a very practical daily ways!

By Mochamad Ziaulhaq, ALIVE Indonesia Accredited Trainer, West Java Cluster Coordinator

Indonesia: From Bandung, Peace Education in Asia and Africa

Thirty-two heads of state and 92 delegates of Asian and African countries arrived at the 60th anniversary of the Asia Africa Conference on April 23rd, 2015, in Bandung, West Java. The first conference was in Bandung 60 years ago. History has noted that the Asia Africa Conference held here inspired the world for a more peaceful world, respecting the sovereignty of all humans, especially in Asia and Africa. Today, Bandung has become a city that inspires peace and respect of sovereignty.

To live up to the “Spirits Bandung”, the West Java Cluster of ALIVE Indonesia established two movements to create a model of Peace Culture Education based on Living Values Education.

The first movement is the comprehensive theoretical study of LVEP at the Religious Studies Program of State's Islamic University Bandung. Besides touching the students, the educator workshops provided through this program have also involved Islamic religion instructors from the Religion Department and teachers from the Education Department.

The second movement, initiated by West Java Cluster of ALIVE Indonesia, the Values Institute Foundation, the Religious Studies Program of UIN Bandung, and the Education Department of Bandung Municipality, is the declaration of Resolution of Bandung Teachers to Create Peace Culture Education in Asia Africa and recommend a Conference of Asia Africa Teachers for the following year. As the implementation of this declaration, 12,000 teachers in Bandung Municipality will receive LVEP trainings, so they will be able to create peaceful values based atmosphere at their school and community. The greater aim of this movement is to create a society that is respectful and able to live together peacefully in West Java as a model that is applicable in Asia and Africa. Here are the full text of the Declaration:

Declaration of Bandung Teachers Resolution for Peace Education in Asia and Africa

We the teachers of Bandung, emphasize again that Bandung has the spirit that liberates Asian African countries. As a spirit, it's not just a nostalgic memory, but also an energy that demands a continuation. The 60th anniversary of Asia Africa Conference is not just a remembrance of the bravery of a group of people to gain their independence, but it is an unfinished historical marker that demands completion.

We understand that after independence, the problems of a nation are not finished. Independence means to create our own destiny with heads held high, full of pride. But today, most countries in Asia and Africa have the same conditions: human resources that are baffled by globalization, natural resources nearing depletion, and sectarian violence. After independence, nations in Asia and Africa face a complicated challenge: how to live together in peace, love and respect.

We acknowledge that the “Dasasila Bandung 1955” (10 Points of Bandung 1955) has not anticipated education as the basic ingredient of independence. Thus we, the teachers of Bandung, would like to remind all teachers of Asia and Africa that there is a need to create an education system that respects freedom. Education is not just a tool to fill industrial vacancies, it is not a barrier to child growth, and it is not a space to learn hatred toward anything different. In the Asia Africa Conference we hold hands together regardless of race, skin color, and beliefs. Education in the Bandung Spirit is an education full of love toward all humanity, respecting plurality as the most beautiful divine blessing, and always working with peace in all aspects of life.

We believe, if the teachers of Asia Africa base their education on the “Bandung Spirit”, that is, full of love, peace, respect, and values, the youth of Asia Africa in the future will become individuals that can beautify the world with peace achievements. We believe if the education world and the daily world is built upon the spirit of love, everyone will feel safe and valued. If life and education is built upon peace, understanding and respect will grow from it.

So today, all teachers and educators of Bandung reaffirm that the Asia Africa Conference is our shared spirit, a spirit that demands to be realized in loving and peaceful education. We wholeheartedly shout out to all teachers in Asia and Africa, join us in the same spirit: to fill and beautify our independence with a loving and peaceful education! “Silih Asih, Silih Asah, Silih Asuh”  That is, Love Each Other, Educate Each Other, Nurture Each Other.

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Status - 2014
Indonesia: Replanting Peace in the Molluccas and a Inspiring TTT in Bali

When Karuna Bali Foundation undertook the role of the Indonesian Associate for the Association of Living Values International back in 2008, one of the things that really haunted us was the enormous scope of the work. Indonesia is a country wide enough to have 3 time zones, scattered enough to have 13,000 island in its archipelago and big enough to have more than 250 million people with diverse cultures, languages, and religions. But as some wise people said, change can be made, one small step at a time.

The Train the Trainer workshop held between September 22nd and 26th in Ubud, Bali was a reflection of this situation. There were only 9 people participating, few enough to make ensure an effective group of intense learning. The candidates came from 3 different time zones, the farthest taking 4 hours to fly to Bali. Each of the candidate trainers works in challenging situation. Some challenges arise from the different cultures that live together in a single area. Some challenges are geographic; to reach their community, some have to take a boat for 5 hours and then continue for 4 hours on a dirt bike. Two of the candidate trainers came from 2 communities in Mollucas which, during the riot in 1999-2004, created long-lasting hatred from a conflict rife with killing and burning. Both of them use LVE methods as peace education methods and, bit by bit, they are dismantling the hatred and replanting it with love and communal cooperation.

The five days of the workshop was a time for all of the participants to make mistakes safely. They tried out their skills in delivering the LVE Educator Workshop. Each of the standard sessions was played out, after which a review session was shared among participants. Under the guidance of Ms Taka Gani as lead trainer, the participants learned many techniques for delivering adult learning sessions. There was also an ice-breaker sharing session, where participants shared the games that they used in workshops. A lot of new ideas were flung around, and the participants contributed much enjoyment!

As Ms Fitria Laurent, a junior high teacher from Subang, West Java, said, “I've been delivering some of the sessions, and I learned a lot in this workshop. I felt more ready to deliver the Educator Workshops for teachers around my area.” Mr Abidin Wakano, a lecturer at the Islamic Religious Institute in Ambon, Mollucca province, added, “I've been using Living Values methods to rebuild the bridge between Moslem and Christian communities, and I want to use it to replant peace in all over Mollucas.” Ms Elsye Latuheru, a Christian minister from Ambon, Mollucca, also said, “Bit by bit, using Living Values methods, we will work together to bring the Molluccas back as one family, a family that cares for each other.” (*)

An Enjoyable LVE Workshop in Bali
A Living Values Education Workshop was organized by the Campuhan Life Long Learning (CL3) team between August 22 and 24, 2014 at Campuhan College. The workshop facilitators were Made Perdana Skolastika and Philipus Yusenda.  The participants came from Bali and Jakarta.  Twelve were teachers and the others were from the EduCare team (EduCare Batch 13).

Living Values education is a method of creating a values-based environment either at school, in the home or workplace. It departs from the assumption that values cannot be taught but only modeled, so adults living or working with children are expected to recognize the values within themselves and consciously change them. 

There were many sessions in this workshop. The first session on the initial day was What is the Living Values Education Program (LVEP), a session telling the participants about the vision and mission, and why LVE is important for us to know. Then we continued with Values Awareness. We invited the participants to tap into and acknowledge their inner values and to live those values and apply them to their daily lives. The next session was Create a Value-based Atmosphere (Rekindle the Dream). We invited the participants to imagine their dream school. What did the school look like and how did the students and the teachers behave? We also told them to observe the values that were implemented in their dream school.

We started the second day with a Value Activity (Past, Present and Future Values). We invited them to write down one of their values which deeply influences their lives, and then to share it with other participants who had the same value. The next session was The Components of Living Values Education. We told the participants about the components of Living Values Education and held a discussion about them. We continued with Create a Value-based Atmosphere Skills (Revive the Positive Attitude). It is essential to revive a positive attitude as an example to the children. In this session we thought about what we should do to fulfill children’s five basic needs: to feel loved, safe, valued, appreciated and understood. After that we continued with Create a Value-based Atmosphere Skills, Active Listening, inviting them to respect other people through listening. We don't just need to listen to others, but to respond when someone talks to us. Many people don’t realize how important listening is, which often leads to misunderstandings. The next session was Create a Value-based Atmosphere Skills, Conflict Resolution. In this session, we gave an example of how to resolve conflict using the mediation method. The issues became real for them when we demonstrated them through drama, an effective tool to make the participants interested and help them understand.

The last day was really unforgettable.  We begin with Transition to Value-based Discipline. We invited the participants to realize that we need values in our activities, and that we apply those values in our activities through our discipline. We continued with Evaluation of Living Values Education Workshop. We invited all the participants to give their impressions (approval and recommendations) during the workshop. Then we introduced the Action Plan. In this session they created their own plan after learning about and understanding Living Values Education. We ended the day with Values Activity 'Creating From Nothing'.  All the participants loved this session because they produced a performance with their group. They sang songs together and read poetry. It was lots of fun. Although the participants came from different places and were of different ages, they came together in this workshop and enjoyed it regardless of their ages. When they discussed things they may have had different opinions, but when they sang and played games together they were really cohesive.

One of the participants said that he felt very lucky to attend the LVE workshop. His name was Ngakan Wardana and he was a teacher at SD1 (Elementary School) Number 1 in Tampak Siring, Gianyar. He attended the workshop because he was invited by the EduCare team. He never imagined he would take part in a workshop about living values. “At first, I thought I would be bored, but early on the first day I really began to enjoy the workshop and was eager for the second and third days,” he said during the final sharing process. He gained a great deal of knowledge from the workshop and now knows that the five basic needs of children are to feel  loved, safe, valued, appreciated and understood.

Although the workshop was short, the values will remain in the hearts of the participants.  We hope that all of them will continue to share these values with the people around them, and help create a better world.

Sincerely,
Karuna Bali Team

Peace Building with LVE with Islamic Boarding Schools,
Universities and NGOs

On March 5th, 2014, The Asia Foundation launched a very special book in Jakarta titled “Pendidikan Karakter: Pendidikan Menghidupkan Nilai untuk Pesantren, Madrasah, dan Sekolah”. In English, the title would be translated as “Character Education: Living Values Education for Islamic Boarding Schools, Madrasah, and Schools”. This book is the fruit of four years of hard work by many educators involved in The Asia Foundation's LVE program. Paramadina University in Jakarta, which hosted the launch, was one of the partners that coordinated this effort.

The editor, Mr. Budhy Munawar-Rahman, explained the reason for this book’s existence: “Most of our LVE implementation was in Islamic boarding schools. In Indonesian these are known as “pesantren”. This is a very unique sub-culture in Indonesia. Pesantrens have their own jargon and philosophy. In order to be easily used daily in this setting, LVE activities must be explained with those unique terms. This book was written and compiled by educators who grew up in the pesantren setting, so they were the best group to adapt it to their culture.”

The Asia Foundation planned to print 1000 copies of this book for distribution among its implementation partners that are spread in Jakarta, Bogor, Garut, Jogjakarta and Ambon. Some of the implementation partners are universities, some are NGOs that work in peace building using LVE methods, and some are Islamic boarding schools. Besides print distribution, the book will also be available through http://www.inspirasi.copublic library.

Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sc/n80uplm7delp6lv/AADi4D53UFA-LLeZjwL7yVPJa

Educare Teachers Understand and Orphanages Plan:
a One-Year LVE Pilot

For three days in April, 22 participants were involved in a fun-filled LVE Educator Workshop at Campuhan College in Ubud, Bali, with Philip Yusenda as lead trainer. Some of the participants were teachers from local schools that are beneficiaries of Karuna Bali Foundation's Educare program, which gives local schools a gift of implementing LVE for four months in their schools. The other participants were from NGOs that use LVE in their daily work in orphanages and child centers.

One of the teachers, Ms Ni Kadek Yutik, said, “This is very different workshop. Usually all I need to do is sit tight, yawn, and probably listen to the speaker. Here I can move around, draw, make presentations, dance and sing! It's fun! Now I understand the thinking behind the methods used in the Educare program in my school.”

Mr Sani Ramdani, of Rumah Yatim Foundation, an NGO that manage orphanages in 14 provinces in Indonesia, has a different take: “It's fun, and at the same time daunting. Being a value role model mean you really have to live the values 24 hours 7 days a week! This is especially true in an orphanage setting, where you really live with the kids all the time.” Rumah Yatim Foundation plans to start a one-year pilot program to use LVE as their fostering method in June 2014.

Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sc/0xxzr490o84bx0c/AACdV0Andpe78-yeKGSUymdja

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2009
Living Values Education was first introduced in Indonesia on the year of 2002.
The growth of Living Values Education in Indonesia then being initiated by the early generation of Indonesian LVE trainers and volunteers.

After working in initiative phase for 6 years, on 1st December 2008,   Karuna Bali Foundation is approved as The Association for Living Values Education Indonesia.

THE CHANGE STARTS WITH ME
A Sharing from Indonesia – Train The Trainer Workshop
November 2009
TTT participants
Having been involved with Living Values Education activities has motivated 18 educators and LVE Indonesia NGO Partner's personnel from several cities in Indonesia to commit more to service. To accommodate that, the first LVE Indonesian Train The Trainer Workshop was conducted on 20-25 November 2009, at Yogyakarta, Central Java. Shahida Abdul Samad, Focal Point for LVE in Malaysia was invited to lead the TTT in collaboration with Taka Gani, Irma Makarim and Fidelis Waruwu of Indonesia.

The training has not only accommodated participants with knowledge and skill to facilitate LVE activities, but also gave them opportunities to share challenges on their roles as LVE Trainers.

TTT partiicipantsSaefuddin Amsa, educator from Central Java who had been working with the Muslim Community in Aceh said. "I think, as a trainer, we need to know how to communicate unfamiliar phrases such as reflection activity, or the new paradigm of not to teach but to explore values. The second is, we also need to contextualize some concept in LVEP with conditions and traditions in the community. Some concepts may already exist and by contextualizing it, we can help the community to have better comprehension and acceptance." 

Beside being culturally sensitive, becoming an LVE Trainer is also rewarding. There are some challenges on personal Level. Clare Harvey, Program Officer from The Asia Foundation said, "As an LVE trainer, you are encouraged to really emulate the values. However, this is not an easy thing to do. It's a challenge to stay peaceful when you get back to your daily routine and are in a rush for a meeting. "

Matias Endar, working for the Catechetic Commission in Bandung Diocese also shared, "To grow a value in community means we have to live it first. People are moved not by our words, but by our actions. Only by living the value and starting to share it, can change then happen in the community."

As the sharing continued, the workshop became a melting pot of old and new generations of Indonesian LVE trainers.

Irma Makarim, a senior LVE Trainer in Indonesia shared her experience, "At first I didn't want to become a Trainer, because the 'burden' is too heavy. But then I realized, the core of this program is all about me. I have to change first, before the world changes. When I come to trainings, I see my self as a blank page. I have no expectations and come with an open heart. And I think, humility is the key."

Taka Gani also emphasized in her sharing, "The first time I became a trainer, I was not convinced that I was ready to carry the title. As a values trainer, you are expected to be as good as what you say.  But then I realized, I will grow along with the process and  the most important thing is just to be my self."

After the Workshop, participants, who were mostly personnel from LVE Indonesia's partner Organization will start assisting LVE implementation in their program.

The Jesuit Refugee Service will continue implementing LVEP with their Peace Education Program at schools in Tapaktuan, Aceh. The Asia Foundation who has done school assessment in 2009 will start to implement LVEP in several Pesantren (Islamic Boarding Schools) in Java Area in 2010. Karuna Bali Foundation will continue implementing LVEP in their school program in Bali. Oher participants who are educators with professional backgrounds in counseling and lecturing will also support LVE activities in their home city or region.

Living Values Education Activities - 2009
Karuna BALI Bulletin PDF format

Participants

Participants
Participant

Participants


Date

Event

Attendance

12-14 January

Educator Workshop
at Yayasan Karuna Bali, Ubud.

17 participants

13-15 March

Educator Workshop
at UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta.
Conducted by The Asia Foundation.

30 participants

17-19 April

Educator Workshop for Teacher Training Program
at Yayasan Karuna Bali, Ubud

17 teachers from Ubud area

12-14 June

Educator Workshop
at IAIN Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta.
Conducted by The Asia Foundation

43 participants, some were the workshop participants at UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

24-26 June

ESQ Through Living Values Education Approach Workshop  for Semarang Police Academy, Bandung. 
Conducted by The Asia Foundation

28 participants

26-28 June

Educator Workshop for Teacher Training Program
at Yayasan Karuna Bali, Ubud.

17 teachers from Bali and Java area

28-29 June

Professional Development Seminar and Workshop
at Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta. Led by Christopher Drake.

More than 100 participants.

29 June-2 July

Educator Workshop for School Teachers
at Tapaktuan, Aceh.
Conducted by Jesuit Refugee Service Indonesia.

38 teachers/ educators

15-17 August

Educator Workshop for Teacher Training Program
at Yayasan Karuna Bali, Ubud.

17 teacher

Living Values Education Activities in Indonesia - 2002-2008
In total there are more than 30 Educator Workshop, Professional Development Workshop, Presentation and Seminar conducted in several cities in Indonesia, such as Banda Aceh, Tapaktuan, Jakarta, Subang, Sukabumi, Yogyakarta, Salatiga, Solo, Tabanan, Singaraja, Ambon and Ternate; attended by more than 700 participants.
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