About Institute DIAN

Institute DIAN is the Institute for Interfaith Dialogue in Indonesia, otherwise known as Interfidei. The Institute’s aim is to engage Indonesian people of all faiths to make religious pluralism an effective instrument in solving social and humanitarian problems in Indonesia.


  • To nurture a religious point of view that supports pluralism and dialogue
  • To develop dialogue and solid cooperation among faiths
  • To support processes of religious transformation as a way to solve humanitarian concerns, namely justice, peace, and the integrity of all creation, without violence



Intern Duties


Work Hours

Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm


Jl. Banteng Utama No.59, Banteng, Sinduharjo, Kec. Ngaglik, Kabupaten Sleman, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55581, Indonesia

Student Profiles

Jodie McGinnity was a participant in the 2019 Development Studies Professional Practicum from Murdoch University.

Jodie is studying a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Security, Counter-Terrorism and Terrorism.

She received a $3000 New Colombo Plan mobility grant to support her participation on this program. Read more here.