1. MADE SAIHU - Institute of PTIQ Jakarta, Indonesia.
2. NASARUDDIN UMAR - States Islamic University of Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia.
3. AHMAD THIB RAYA - States Islamic University of Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia.
This study discusses the building of a humanist, pluralist and tolerant character that impacts on the creation of harmony between Hindus and Muslims in Jembrana Bali through the empowerment of local traditions which are used as a forum for social education. Data sources were obtained through unstructured observations and interviews from March to July 2019. The results of this study show that the character and character of Hindu and Muslim communities in Jembrana to be humanist, pluralist and tolerant, can be formed through local traditions, namely through traditions male, ngejot, mekepung, and rebana, which can give rise to reciprocal determinism that is a positive reciprocal interaction and is attached to every soul involved in these local traditions. The community education model that is commonly found in these traditions includes ethics education, aesthetic education, economic education, cultural education, anthropological education, arts education, and mutual cooperation.
Local Traditions, Education, Tolerant, Empowerment