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Interfaith Scotland plant 20 trees to celebrate 20th Anniversary – ‘the World Interfaith Harmony Grove’

Interfaith Scotland plant 20 trees to celebrate 20th Anniversary – ‘the World Interfaith Harmony Grove’

Everyone should be acutely aware of the Scottish Government’s acknowledgement and response to the Climate Emergency, to which Interfaith Scotland strongly felt the need to respond to in a productive way. Interfaith Scotland has purchased a Grove of Trees in the Scottish Highlands under the […]

Pittsburgh, Christchurch and Sri Lanka – where do we go from here?

Pittsburgh, Christchurch and Sri Lanka – where do we go from here?

On October 27th 2018, we cried for Pittsburgh (11 people killed from the Jewish community) On March 15th 2019, our hearts bled for Christchurch (50 people killed from the Muslim community) On Easter Sunday 2019, we couldn’t believe the news as it came out of […]

Holocaust Memorial Day 2019

Holocaust Memorial Day 2019

Holocaust Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur. The theme this year was ‘Torn from Home’. Torn from home encouraged people […]

A Week of Inclusive Youth Work in Romania!

A Week of Inclusive Youth Work in Romania!

The inclusive youth work project included youth workers and staff from diverse organisations learning about cultural inclusivity in Finland; LGBTQI+ inclusivity in Slovenia; disability inclusivity in Portugal and Roma inclusivity in Romania.  Additional to the training experiences Interfaith Scotland has worked in partnership with the […]

Youth News 2018

Youth News 2018

Youth Conference Interfaith Scotland’s national youth conference was held at the University of St Andrews on 21st April 2018. The conference was planned by a team of young people from different faiths from the University of St Andrews student-led Coexistence Initiative. The young people chose […]