The October 2012 International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Dialogue will be held at the 250-capacity, air-conditioned, Multi-purpose Conference Hall of the ROCKFIELD MOTEL, located along Bukuru-Rayfield Road, Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria
The City of Jos:
Jos, the Capital City of Plateau State, Nigeria’s “Home of Peace and Tourism” was established in 1915, as a tin transportation camp. Its early history was closely linked to the prosperity of the mining industry. In 1967, Jos became the capital of the defunct Benue-Plateau State and was transformed into the capital city of Plateau State in 1975, thus becoming an important administrative and commercial center. With a population of over 1,000,000, Jos remains one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Nigeria today, with people of different religious and cultural backgrounds living together. It is adjudged the “Home of Peace” and the safest city to live in Nigeria.
Inspiring the Creative Unfolding of a New Community through Holistic Education