Trustbuilding Workshop 

A workshop that inspired by IofC international, and practiced in Indonesia to bring together two communities of Muslim and Christian group to have honest conversation and listening to each other to build peace and harmony, and this also becoming tools to respond religious violance and extrmism between the muslim, especially the youth. 
The workshop will be combining the best of core Iinitiatives of Change (IofC) life changing philosophy, with the skills of listening and trust building, the workshop is a space of inner transformation.
Miftahul Huda initiated this Trustbuilding Camp in 2010 after he returned from  Caux, Swiss. The IofC head quarter. He was inspired by the workshop he attended and by the people he met there. He has been inspired and called to work with young people to bring tolerance and diversity for Indonesian young generation. He has been running some series of students interfaith camp in Indonesia and also worked with Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) students association to promote peaceful Islam through some workshop and a trip to Mindanao, Philippines and Pattani, southern Thailand.
In 2012, He was invited to facilitate a trust building program for Adventist friends in Jakarta, since then he was collaborating with the Seventh day Advent church to run a program called “Young Muslim and Adventist Trust building camp”. From year 2012-2016, Huda has been traveling to different cities in Indonesia, (Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Makassar, and Papua). 
In 2015, he facilitated trustbuilding workshop in the 21st Asia Pacific Youth Conference (APYC) Cambodia and then in 2016, he facilitated the same workshop in Armagh centre, IofC Australia. 
Now, since he moved to Bandung, he gives his service to Peace Generation through boardgame for peace to counter violence and extremism for youth. 

“Why trust? Because trust depends on the authenticity of our lives, our openness, and our willingness to start with change in ourselves”

“Trust: It's a fragile bridge that must be built every day. What are the personal qualities that engender trust and how can we restore trust when it has been broken -- in our families, neighborhoods, the marketplace, and in government -- as well as in international relations? “
 
Am I trustworthy? Why  we need to be a trust buider? What it takes to be a trust builder? How can we use TRUST as a social capital for our society.  
A workshop that inspired by IofC international, and practiced in Indonesia to bring together two communities of Muslim and Christian group to have honest conversation and listening to each other to build peace and harmony, and this also becoming tools to respond religious violance and extrmism between the muslim and christian, especially the youth. 

The workshop will be combining the best of core IofC life changing philosophy, with the skills of listening and trust building, the workshop is a place of inner transformation.

Content

  • Easy to understand exercises in active listening
  • Clear and straight-forward steps to follow
  • Physical and mental games
  • Take home lessons to keep building inner strength

Objectives of the Workshop, by the end of the workshop, participants will:

EXPLORE the concepts of trustbuilding through honest conversation and active listening. 
EXPERIENCE trustbuilding exercises, dialogue and sharing. 
EXCEL at inner skills such as listening and sharing to build trust
EXPLODE with new found fun and energy

Who should attend / who will benefit:

Those who feel they can be bring change and peace in the family and society where there is division.
Those struggling to find trust and collaboration with differences. 
Those who want to see change and be part of it. 

Facilitators

Miftahul Huda is a leader and trainer with a Muslim organisation in Indonesia. He has had significant leadership roles and experience within the educational and NGO sectors. He has been involved with IofC Program like APYC and Life Matters Course. In Indonesia he initiated the dialogue between Muslim and Christian to bring peace in the society to build peaceful Indonesia with the spirit of Pancasila philosphy.