On behalf of the Parliament of the World’s Religions (PWR), we welcome you to our Ambassador Program. This is a select opportunity offered for individuals who possess recognizable leadership qualities; commitment to the interfaith movement, strong communication skills and connectedness to their own communities.

About the Program

The Parliament of the World’s Religions Ambassador’s Program is comprised of informed and passionate leaders who are involved and invested in the interfaith movement in their local communities. Ambassadors are tasked with promoting the mission and values of the Parliament in cultivating harmony and fostering engagement to achieve a just, peaceful and sustainable world.

What does it mean to be a PWR Ambassador?

The role of the Ambassador is an opportunity to be involved and invested in the interfaith movement at many levels. 

The Role of Ambassadors is: 

  • To uphold the PWR’s mission in their city, state, province, and country.

  • To cultivate harmony among the world’s religious and spiritual communities by building bridges, and by establishing contact to the Parliament.

  • To provide a powerful voice for the mission of the Parliament and to speak about/share the mission internationally.

  • To serve as an Ambassador of the Parliament at local interfaith events.

The Role of Ambassadors is NOT:

  • To serve as official spokespeople for the Parliament of the World’s Religions,

  • To serve as official Ambassadors to specific geographic locations.

Please note that we are not currently accepting application for the Ambassador Program. 

 

Parliament Ambassadors

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