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Leading educators from across our region and beyond will apply to participate in this new, pilot initiative, the Interfaith Peer Learning Network.  A cohort of approximately 20 participants in this network will converge for a two-day launch event on January 12-13, 2021 in Philadelphia.  The event will explore the five practices outlined in the Passport to Understanding, invite reflection and creative idea generation, and facilitate an opportunity for participants to create implementation plans for their own professional or volunteer settings.


At the close of this launch event, participants will have created a fully-developed implementation plan to guide their use of the Passport in their own setting over the following six months to one year.  Interfaith Philadelphia will offer monthly peer support video calls to dive into important topics identified by the Network.

We strongly recommend that you participate in the Passport to Understanding Online before the January launch dates. The cost of the Passport to Understanding Online can be applied towards your tuition for the Peer Learning Network.

The Passport Peer Learning Network is a place to practice important skills transferable to intercultural and anti-racism work.  Don't miss out on this exciting, new professional development opportunity!

Stay tuned for more information about applications for the 2021 Peer Learning Network!


Be Curious

Venture Out

Welcome In

Stand Tall

Stand With


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Trina Gary
Peer Learning Network Consultant
Bronwen Henry
Passport to Understanding Consultant

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