The Trust Building Workshop is a scenario-based workshop which aims to share key principles of inter-faith and inter-ethnic approaches to encourage community bonding in the wake of an ethnic or religious conflict.
A video clip depicting past racial riots will set the context of what the Community Leaders strive to avoid, and enable them to appreciate the situations and explore what can be done during peacetime in preparation for an inter-ehtnic or inter-religious crisis. As the main focus of the workshop, participants will also look at the various response strategies for building trust and restoring confidence, and how the Inter-Racial and Religious Confidence Circles (IRCCs) can work with community organisations and civil society groups to assist affected communities.
The participants will be presented with a scenario, where they will form discussions groups to brainstorm on the actions they would take, and thereafter share their deliberations on planned courses of action with the other participants.
Besides focusing on the issues of the crisis alone, the workshop also aims to provide suggestions on what can be done to improve race and religious relations on the ground, as well as inform the participants of the organisations which they can turn to for assistance in matters of Race and Religion.
At the end of the session, participants will gain an appreciation of the present strengths and gaps in maintaining, building and enhancing TRUST within and among faith and ethnic communities in Singapore.
120 participants have attended the Trust Building Workshops thus far and have found it to be an enriching workshop where they explored ways of building and improving trust within and among faith and ethnic communities.
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