Local Women’s Interfaith Dialogue Groups
Interfaith Scotland supports three local women’s interfaith dialogue groups in Glasgow, Edinburgh and North Lanarkshire. Click on the links below for more information about these groups.
Interfaith Scotland Local Dialogue Events for Women
Interfaith Scotland hosts regular women’s dialogue events in towns and cities across Scotland.
Discussion is always lively and has been described as as ‘a very positive and nourishing experience which gave a boost to my flagging hope for humanity’.
Women’s Voices in Climate Action
To mark International Women’s Day in March 2021, we held an event called ‘Women’s Voices in Climate Action’.
The event outlined the effect of the climate crisis on women and children, and the inspiring work of women to combat the climate crisis both nationally and internationally.
Connecting Women of Different Faiths, Beliefs and Cultures
We organised a women’s dialogue for Scottish Interfaith Week 2020 called ‘Connecting Women of Different Faiths, Beliefs and Cultures’.
The event was hosted in partnership with Bridging the Gap, a Glasgow-based charity that supports refugees and asylum seekers.
Women and Leadership
We hosted an event called ‘Women and Leadership’ in May 2020 with Professor Susan Madsen. The event focused on developing women’s leadership through strengthening identity, purpose and confidence.
Health and Wellbeing for Body and Soul
From 2015-2018, we hosted interfaith dialogues on the theme of ‘Health and Wellbeing for Body and Soul’ looking at the links between spirituality and health. These took place in Dumfries, Stirling, Forres, Edinburgh and Dundee.
Women’s Interfaith Fair
From 2015 – 2019, we hosted a lively ‘Women’s Interfaith Fair’ to celebrate Scottish Refugee Festival with over 100 women in attendance from different nationalities and faiths.
Values and Visions for the Future of Scotland
In the build-up to the Scottish referendum in September 2014, we hosted a number of women’s dialogue events on the theme of ‘Values and Visions for the Future of Scotland’. These took place in Dundee, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Inverness and Portree.