Warso Wicaksono, member of the Village Representative from Kedung Winong, they against construction of high voltage electricity passing through residential areas without involving residents) said that if there was training he wanted to participate again and asked his wife to be invited too.
Cipto Cinta, the only Christian living in the Moslem village in Porang Paring Sukolilo, said he was very happy with the material and said how he could live a life of light in his village and felt that he still needed a lot of practice. He was very impressed with the point of AVP approach about acting as a teacher and student and how to be a companion by being a good listener. He got new insights and also got new siblings, the training atmosphere was able to build brotherhood and make him more familiar.
Selamet Seger Waras, from Sukolilo village who has struggled to speak out for the sustainability of the Kendeng mountains since 2006 by rejecting the plan to establish a cement factory in the Kendeng mountains, said that the material is very good and there needs to be continuity to train it, he wants to practice being true really sincere in doing any action, train to act on the basis of self-volunteering.
For Lutfi Lancar, a member of the traditional fishermen group in the village of Keboromo, said that he was very impressed by the points of cooperative agreement, especially how to train to use as needed and share the rest fairly. This principle is now felt very difficult to find, people always feel that they are not enough. Lutfi is also increasingly confident to speak sufficiently without fear of being wrong.
These are some of the impressions conveyed by paralegal activists who want to fight for justice in the Pati area, especially around the Kendeng mountain area and the north coast of Pati.