The Learning to Live Together Programme (LTLT) was first introduced to Amalina Islamic School during a facilitator-training workshop conducted in Indonesia by GNRC South Asia and Arigatou International in partnership with UNESCO National Commission Indonesia in 2012 and with the help of Ms. Wati Wardani (participant in regional LTLT workshop in Sri Lanka). Pembangunan Jaya High School (PJ) was then invited as a partner school in implementing LTLT in 2014. The ongoing implementation of the LTLT is part of a memorandum of understanding between Arigatou International Geneva and the two schools. Amalina International and PJ representatives were trained as facilitators during the South East Asia Regional workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand in August 2014.