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Bangkok, Thailand

From 2 to 5 August 30 participants working in formal and non-formal education from Bhutan, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines and Thailand will be trained on the use of the Learning to Live Together Programme to be implemented within their institutional programmes to support violence prevention, intercultural and interfaith cooperation and social transformation.

The workshop aims to train participants from institutions working with children and youth to systematically implement the Learning to Live Together programme for six to 12 months.

Participants will go back to their local context and implement specific Ethics Education programs for children; they will also engage with one another as a “Community of Practice” to share experiences and outcomes of Ethics Education in contexts where religious conflicts and ethnic differences have become key issues to clashes.

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