Interfaith Scotland is the national interfaith organisation for Scotland.
We work to help ensure good relations between the diverse religion and belief communities of Scotland and also to share good practice in interfaith dialogue, education, engagement and training nationally and internationally.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Interfaith Scotland has been working with faith communities and local interfaith groups across Scotland to assist them in their work of supporting communities at the grassroots level. For up-to-date information on the current crisis please go to the Scottish Government website. Find out more about the re-opening of Places of Worship in Scotland
National Interfaith Youth Board
We are looking for young people aged 18-30 from a range of faith and belief backgrounds to form our new youth board.
You will represent young people on a national level with opportunities to influence Scotland’s social and political future.
Apply online: Google form
Screening of “Quo Vadis, Aida” plus Q&A
Women’s Interfaith Retreat – Fully Booked!
We will be hosting an interfaith retreat for women at the Centre for World Peace and Health on the island of Holy Isle off Arran. Read more information.
📌 Friday 5th August – Sunday 7th August 2022
Annual Networking Seminar for local interfaith groups
An opportunity for members of local interfaith groups throughout Scotland to network with one another and share good practice. Invitation only.
📌 Monday 15th August, (time TBC) at Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre
Upcoming public training courses
Advantage is invisible – understanding unintentional discrimination (Wednesday 6th July, 1.30 – 3.30pm)
Interpreting culture – improving cross-cultural communication (Thursday 11th August, 10am – 1pm)
Our lives are ruled by the stories we tell ourselves – how interpretation shapes interaction (Tuesday 13th September, 10am – 12pm)
Introduction to Working with Religious Diversity (Wednesday 26th October, 10.30am – 12.30pm)
Intention versus impact – exploring challenges around group labels and unintended offence (Tuesday 6th December, 1.30pm – 3.30pm)
Glasgow Multi-Faith Declaration for COP26
Scottish and UK religious leaders signed a declaration calling on governments to take transformational climate action at COP26.
More than 50 religious leaders signed the Glasgow Multi-Faith Declaration which calls for those in power to put the 2015 Paris Agreement into effect.