Holocaust Memorial Day
On 27th January each year Scotland holds a national Holocaust Memorial Day event to honour the memory of those who suffered and perished under the Nazi persecutions during World War II, and subsequent genocides including Cambodia, Rwanda and Bosnia.
National Holocaust Memorial Event for Scotland
Date: 27th January 2020
Venue: Scottish Parliament Garden Lobby
Time: 5.30 – 8.30pm. Invitation only
Holocaust Memorial Day Concert
Date: 28th January 2020
Venue: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Tackling Hate Together Dialogue Event
Date: 29th January 2020
Venue: Scottish Jewish Archive Centre
Time: 6 – 8pm
Free and public event. Register with firstname.lastname@example.org
We host regular dialogue events for women across Scotland including dialogue teas, retreats and events during Refugee Festival.
Women and Leadership with Professor Susan Madsen
Date: 16th March 2020
Venue: Interfaith Scotland
Time: 10.30am – 1.30pm
Free event for women only. Register with email@example.com
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 none who are interested in finding out about the lived experience of people of different faiths, philosophies and spiritual practices. This will take place through sharing the things that inspire us on our life journey, and conversations on what we share in common across different faiths such as prayer, meditation, wisdom and compassion.
Date: Friday 17th July (evening) – Sunday 19th July (lunchtime)
This retreat is for women only. More information about the retreat, booking and payment can be found at:
We provide public training courses at our Glasgow office, from only £40 per person.
- Thu 13 Feb, 1300 – 16.30: ‘3 mottos to guide our approach to equality, diversity & inclusion’
- Tue 10 Mar, 1300 – 16.30: ‘Interpreting culture – improving cross-cultural communication’
- Wed 22 Apr, 1300 – 16.30: ‘Working with people from diverse religions & beliefs’
- Thu 7 May, 1300 – 16.30: NEW ‘Organising interfaith events and enabling dialogue’
- Tue 2 Jun, 1300 – 16.30: ‘3 mottos to guide our approach to equality, diversity & inclusion’
To book your place on any of the courses above please go to:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Members Dialogue Events
We host dialogue events for members, associate members and friends of
Interfaith Scotland to get together and discuss important issues
relating to civic society.
We organise events for young people including retreats, conferences
and away days. We also run ‘interfaith days’ in schools where our
volunteers speak about their faith with school pupils of all ages.
Religious Leaders Meetings
Interfaith Scotland brings together the Religious Leaders of Scotland on a bi-annual basis.
Annual Networking Seminar for local interfaith groups
Representatives from each local interfaith group meet together
annually to share good practice. The networking seminars explore key
opportunities and challenges that face local interfaith groups.
Scottish Interfaith Week
Scottish Interfaith Week 2020 will take place from 8th – 15th November. The theme will be announced later in the year.
Scottish Interfaith Week provides an opportunity for individuals,
local interfaith groups, faith communities, organisations and
educational establishments across the country to plan events that bring
local people together to promote dialogue, understanding and
co-operation between Scotland’s diverse faith and belief communities. A
programme of events can be found on the Scottish Interfaith Week website