The role of the Ambassador is a select opportunity, open to leaders who are involved and invested in the interfaith movement in their local communities

Click here to view a list of current Ambassadors

Want to become an Ambassador of the Parliament of the World's Religions? Learn about the program below and apply.

Duties

  • Support Parliament initiatives and similar initiatives wherever possible, e.g. the Faiths Against Hate Initiative, the Women’s Taskforce, etc.
  • Participate in conference calls, online meetings and trainings for Ambassadors.
  • Participate in ongoing interfaith events in your community as an Ambassador of the Parliament
  • Attend the next Parliament.
  • Host at least one Pre-Parliament event in your communities or regions
  • Encourage registrations for the next Parliament.
  • Encourage donations and support for the next Parliament.
  • Encourage others to become Members of the Parliament.
  • Submit potential grant/foundation contact information to the office.
  • Submit stories about your activities, accomplishments, and latest developments.
  • Submit or encourgage others to submit blog posts on the Parliament Website.
  • "Like" the Parliament on Facebook.com/parliamentofreligions
  • Encourage others to “like" us on Facebook and make comments.
  •  Write articles for the Parliament e-newsletter, and contact Director of Communications to share your ideas (molly@parliamentofreligions.org)

Guidelines

  • We promote the mission and values of the Parliament of the World’s Religions in bringing about a just, peaceful & sustainable world.
  • We raise awareness about the global inter-religious movement by mobilizing networks to come together on the issues affecting their communities, and the world  at large.
  • We build knowledge about and interest in each Parliament by hosting outreach events.
  • We are available to serve as needed before,during and after the Parliament.
  • We are a resource for the Parliament and communicate quickly when receiving information.

Code of Ethics

  • We build trust at all times.
  • We listen and speak with respect.
  • We act with integrity, honesty and compassion.
  • We respect the individual and his/her culture and faith.
  • We contribute to a climate of open and honest communication

Code of Respect

  • We hold Parliament business in confidence and do not publish non-public information without proper authorization.
  • We hold communications from other Ambassadors in confidence.
  • We support one another and refrain from gossip.
  • We address problems by talking to the person who can do something about it, rather than complain.
  • We respond to Ambassador emails within 48 hours, including accepting or declining our attendance at conference calls and online meetings.