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PHL (P) - The Basics of Dialogue (4/2 & 4/9)

Basics of Dialogue – Experiential Learning Opportunity
A new, in-person offering (2 days)

Led by: David M. Krueger, PhD, Executive Director, The Dialogue Institute
Location: Temple University, Center City Campus
1515 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
Dates: Tuesday, April 2nd & April 9th, 2024 from 1:30pm to 4:00pm
(Please note:  this program is presented over 2 days for a total of 5 hours.)
Fee: TTN members - $60 and non-members - $80

The Advocates For Equity Committee of the Philadelphia Chapter of TTN invites you to join us for an impactful course “The Basics of Dialogue.”  This in-person, two-session course will set participants up to engage and dialogue with individuals different from them with the support of dialogue tools and critical thinking skills. Participants will learn how to understand better how their own identity and backgrounds impact their points of view and how they interact with others.

This course aims to empower participants to live in a society with genuine respect and mutual care for themselves and others. In order to meet the challenges we currently face in our democracy, we must be able to understand how to practice dialogue in everyday life and navigate difficult conversations.

The Dialogue Institute who brought us the Religious Freedom and Yellow Fever walking tours will present this program to TTN Philadelphia.  The Dialogue Institute at Temple University trains civic, religious, and academic leaders to be agents of change in the U.S. and around the globe who practice pluralism, and democracy, and advance understanding, compassion, and dialogue across differences.  Their work engages religious, civic, and academic leaders in practicing the skills of respectful dialogue and critical thinking, building and sustaining transformative relationships across lines of religion and culture.

Specifically, this program will address:

- Dialogue Basics
- Understanding Identity
- Addressing Bias

Tuesday, April 02, 2024, 1:30 PM until 4:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Temple University - Center City Campus
1515 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA  19102
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Lisa Earle-Bostwick
Nancy B Goldschmidt
Registration is required before Monday, April 01, 2024 at 5:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Cancellation Policy:
If you are a member and cancel your registration before the specified deadline, you will receive a full refund as a credit to your account. You can use the credit to pay for another event or put it toward your annual dues payment. Non-members will receive a refund on their credit card, minus a $4 processing fee.

No refunds are available to members or non-members after the cancellation deadline.
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