Updates

Courageous Conversations: Nurturing Community Relations in Light of the Middle East

In recognition of the alarming recent rise in antisemitism and Islamophobia and the great strain placed on interfaith relations by the devastating events in the Middle East, Interfaith Glasgow and Interfaith Scotland delivered the first in a series of difficult but important dialogues last week 

Holocaust Memorial Day 2024 – Events in Scotland

Holocaust Memorial Day 2024 – Events in Scotland

Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January is the day to remember the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur.

Organisations across Scotland will host events in memorial.

First Minister Humza Yousaf on Community and Scottish Interfaith Week

First Minister Humza Yousaf on Community and Scottish Interfaith Week

First Minister of Scotland Humza Yousaf highlights the hard work, creativity and unity of Scotland’s faith communities and the power of Scottish Interfaith Week in latest message.

Celebrating Community: Scottish Interfaith Week 2023

Celebrating Community: Scottish Interfaith Week 2023

Scottish Interfaith Week is an accessible and exciting way to learn more about the communities around us and befriend our neighbours.

FM Open Letter to Scotland’s Faith and Belief Communities

We were delighted to read First Minister Humza Yousaf’s letter to Scotland’s faith and belief communities, citing the importance of interfaith relations: “I also believe that interfaith dialogue and collaboration contributes significantly to healing divisions, promoting community cohesion, and harnessing the power of compassion to 

International Women’s Day 2023

Interfaith Scotland are hosting a special event for International Women’s Day, in partnership with Women of Faith and Community. Trishna Singh will share extracts from her memoir, A Silent Voice Speaks: The Wee Indian Woman on the Bus, published by Fledgling Press in 2022. Women of