Overseen by The Habibie Centre in Jakarta, Duta CERITA was a series of workshops that trained Balinese community representatives from an array of backgrounds on the prevention of hate speech and incitement. Through participants revealing their own personal stories, they were able to recognise and relate to others from different religious or cultural backgrounds but with similar life experiences. The workshop intended to highlight the ways people are stigmatised educate the participants on how best to remedy this.

One emphasis was the profusion of hate speech on social media. A number of representatives were trained to become trainers, and these CERITA ambassadors, having experienced the power of these types of interactions, then ran smaller workshops to counter hate speech in rural areas of Indonesia.