12 December 2018 | 08.05 WIB

Wahid Foundation Berbagai Pengalaman Riset di Forum CSO Asia Tenggara

“Kekeliruan dalam melihat dua gejala ini dapat berakibat kegagalan dalam menangani keduanya.” Bangkok-Thailand. Bagi sebagian pihak, fenomena Gerakan 212 dipandang sinyal meningkatnya ancaman serius dari kelompok gerakan radikal. Pada 2016, gerakan ini dalam bentuk demonstrasi di Monumen Nasional Jakarta melibatkan… Read More

"All too many Muslims fail to grasp Islam, which teaches one to be lenient towards others and to understand their value systems, knowing that these are tolerated by Islam as a religion".

Abdurrahman Wahid (Gus Dur)



Peace Village program is to create a democratic and just society that upholds the values of tolerance of diversity and peace. This goal was translated into the establishment of Peace Villages in Indonesia.


Moslem Youth Leader Forum (MYLF)

A lack of public knowledge about civil liberties can trigger intolerance and discriminatory practices between fellow citizens. This is an issue that continues to challenge Indonesia’s transition to democracy, and the lack of awareness about the role of civil liberty in society compounds the challenge of guaranteeing the rights of Indonesian citizens, particularly when it comes to freedom of religion and belief in Indonesia. The Gus Dur School of Peace aims to increase community capacity in this important area by rising critical about peace and civil liberties.



This program aims at realizing the idea and concrete actions of KH Abdurrahman Wahid, especially in encouraging philanthropy and emergency relief across Indonesia. Since 2004, the Wahid Foundation has distributed and provided humanitarian assistance and social services for victims of the 2004 Tsunami in Aceh, the 2006 earthquake in Yogyakarta, the 2007 flood in Babelan, Jakarta and in 2010, for victims of the eruption of Mount Merapi and the Tsunami in Mentawai.