Compiling an In-depth Study
Reviewing the conditions and problems of Freedom of Religion and Belief (FoRB) presented in 4 work areas, to get an overview of the opportunities, challenges, strengths and strategies for program implementation.
The study was conducted in 4 working areas: Pontianak (West Kalimantan), Surakarta (Central Java), Banyuwangi (East Java), and Ternate (North Maluku).
Building an interfaith community that cares about the environment
JISRA Muhammadiyah will develop a series of Eco-Bhinneka guides or modules and carry out Eco-Bhinneka training and workshops by involving interfaith youth, religious leaders, and women.
Interfaith youth, religious leaders, and women who will take part in a series of Eco-Bhinneka trainings and workshops are expected to increase their knowledge and skills, in designing and implementing a joint action that contributes to environmental sustainability management activities (ECO-BHINNEKA) in their regions.
Interfaith youth, religious leaders and women can also have a better awareness of different religious perspectives and views, and have the capacity to identify social issues and critical thinking, and to promote human rights issues, peace initiatives and challenge negative stereotypes.
Increasing the Capacity of Staff and Partners Program
Staff & Partners will attend a series of trainings and workshops to increase their capacity in achieving JISRA's goals, through intra, inter, and extra-religious activities, and they are expected to be able to sort by type of capacity, as well as determine lobbying and advocacy.