On September 22, members of the board of the New Mexico Interfaith Dialogue (NMID) will meet with young people who are employed at U.S. embassies around the world. The goal is to foster discussion about interfaith dialogue’s role in improving communications between nations as well as religions.
Adelle Lees, Director of Global Ties ABQ, reached out to the NMID to arrange this conversation. The Foreign Service Institute wanted this group of young communicators to meet with an interfaith group that is working towards a better life for the members of the community.
This group consists of local employees employed within US embassies around the world, an international group of 28 people in total. The group’s focus is media, journalism and communications.
The NM Interfaith Dialogue representatives will talk about the history of the organization, events that we hold, and why we are passionate about the conversations we foster. After presenting about the organization, we’ll engage in discussion about Dialogue and what these young people experience in their roles at US embassies.
The NMID board members invite Dialogue members who wish to participate in the discussion to attend and participate. Let’s all work towards a better life for the members of the community and the world!
The meeting will take place from on Thursday, September 22 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Hispano Chamber of Commerce, 1309 4th St SW, Albuquerque, in the Lockheed Martin Conference Room.