The AJAR Learning Centre, Kampung Damai (or the ‘Peace Village’) in Bali, Indonesia serves as an ideal venue for learning. Nestled in a simple eco-environment of aged teak, thatched roof buildings and a lush garden setting, Kampung Damai’s main training room is purpose-built, with spaces within the grounds for group discussions.
- Specifically designed for participatory trainings
- Dedicated training room, library and smaller discussion areas
- Accommodation 28 people in double rooms
- Eco-lodge, natural setting with lush garden
- Onsite catering for meals and snacks
- 24 hour Wi-Fi to rooms and training spaces
- 5 minute walk to a Berawa beach, for energizing and discussions
- Forty-minute drive from Bali international airport
AJAR offers courses and workshops for human rights defenders, educators, development workers, and personnel of social justice organizations, NGOs and government organizations from the region. Training support and curriculum development can also be provided to meet the specialized needs of participants.
AJAR can also arrange course facilitators, trainers and national and international experts to assist with training. AJAR’s network of trainers are highly experienced practitioners from human rights organizations around the world who have a broad understanding of the conditions faced by professionals in this field.
For human rights organizations wishing to hold their own workshop or conference without the support of the AJAR team, the learning centre is available for hire.
For further inquiries, or to book the AJAR Learning Centre, please contact:
Ms. Citra Dwi Ayu
AJAR Learning Centre
Recent trainings and courses include:
- Video for change, 2010
- Advocacy on social economic rights, 2010
- Transitional justice strategies in Asia, 2012
- Sustaining activism for women human rights defenders, 2012