Peer mentoring groups: Resources required

Establishing and running (or even just being involved) in a peer mentoring group is a commitment that takes time and energy, so it’s important to understand the work as well as the benefits involved. To make and run your own group, you will need at least the following:

PEER FORUM at the Photographers' Gallery, photo by Daniel Regan

PEER FORUM at The Photographers’ Gallery – Photo by Daniel Regan

you will need at least the following:

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