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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.

Interfaith Scotland is a charity and we appreciate all donations, big or small.



Upcoming Events 2020

10th March

Interfaith Scotland Training: Interpreting Culture – Improving Cross-cultural Communication

Venue: Interfaith Scotland

Time: 1 – 4.30pm

Book on Eventbrite here

15th March

Conflict and Peace Building Conference: Edinburgh University Co-existence Initiative

Venue: Edinburgh University Chaplaincy Centre

Time: 2.30 – 6pm

Free event. Book on Eventbrite here

16th March

Women and Leadership with Professor Susan Madsen

Venue: Interfaith Scotland

Time: 10.30am – 1.30pm

Free event for women only. Register with admin@interfaithscotland.org

 

22nd April

Interfaith Scotland Training: Working with people from diverse religions and beliefs

Venue: Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre

Time: 1pm – 4.30pm

Book on Eventbrite here

7th May

Interfaith Scotland Training: Organising interfaith events and enabling dialogue

Venue: Interfaith Scotland

Time: 1 – 4.30pm

Book on Eventbrite here

2nd June

Interfaith Scotland Training: 3 mottos to guide our approach to equality, diversity and inclusion

Venue: Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre

Time: 1pm – 4.30pm

Book on Eventbrite here

 

17th – 19th July

Women’s Interfaith Retreat

Come and join us for a women’s interfaith retreat on the beautiful island of Holy Isle off Arran. This retreat is open to women of all faiths and beliefs.

Venue: Centre for World Peace and Health, Holy Isle off Arran

More information about the retreat, booking and payment can be found at:

https://bit.ly/2FXE9op

 

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2 weeks ago
Sign up to this wonderful event for women on the theme of Women and Leadership at admin @interfaithscotland.org https://t.co/R6vgmYIU80 InterfaithScot photo
2 weeks ago
There is growing Inter-Faith support for tackling the climate crisis - so muck to do so little time! https://t.co/05vuHjkiAh
2 weeks ago
Today, Buddhists will be marking Magha Puja. Further information about festivals at: https://t.co/vlvWPKJclz with thanks to @shapcalendar
2 weeks ago
Some more press coverage on the national Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 'Stand Together' we hosted in Edinburgh:
#HMD2020

https://t.co/FnD6W1STqN
2 weeks ago
"As soon as there are difficulties in a country they are looking for scapegoats. And of course minorities are always a good scapegoat, whether it's the Jews or the Muslims."

Read more from Holocaust survivor Janine Webber. Scotland misses you. #HMD2020

https://t.co/Yl8CdQtHeO

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Interfaith Scotland1 week ago
World Interfaith Harmony Week HMD2020 concert
For those of you who weren't able to attend we are thrilled to share with you a you tube showing of the whole concert. The music is stunning and the diversity of pieces and players heart warming. Towards the end is Interfaith Scotland's specially commissioned piece 'Unforgotten' for all the children who died or who suffer because of hatred and discrimination. As part of this wonderful concert there was also an exhibition of the Children of Buchenwald which was created by Julia Atlas working with children in Glasgow and Russia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF7vkfcyI0Y&feature=youtu.be
Interfaith Scotland
Interfaith Scotland
Interfaith Scotland2 weeks ago
Sign up to this wonderful event for women on the theme of Women and Leadership at admin@interfaithscotland.org
Interfaith Scotland
Interfaith Scotland2 weeks ago
Some more press coverage on the national Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 'Stand Together' we hosted in Edinburgh:
#HMD2020

https://www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk/2020/01/holocaust-memorial-day-2020-marked-in-edinburgh/
Interfaith Scotland
Interfaith Scotland2 weeks ago
World Interfaith Harmony Week event held in Barlinnie Prison with 120 prisoners - profound and moving event 'We will not be Prisoners of Hate' - thank you to all who participated particularly the prisoners who had created an art installation and written a powerful book of poetry - under the same name 'we will not be prisoners of hate'