The following videos have been created by Interfaith Scotland. Please feel free to share these videos and use them as a resource for community groups, schools, and more.
Scottish religious leaders' forum call for immediate climate action
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and Ravinder Kaur Nijjar, Sikhs in Scotland and Chair of the UK Women of Faith Network, Religions for Peace read the statement of commitment by the Scottish Religious Leaders' Forum calling for immediate climate action.
FM Nicola Sturgeon's message for faith communities
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon commends faith communities and local groups for their “massive contribution” to society, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic. This message marked the beginning of Scottish Interfaith Week 2020.
Faith Communities Working to Serve others
For World Interfaith Harmony Week 2021 we brought together faith communities from across Scotland who had worked tirelessly together to help people during the pandemic. By showcasing eight projects from diverse faith communities this film captures the spirit of community service that has supported thousands.
The Interfaith Buddies event was held for World Interfaith Harmony Week 2021 with so many taking part from diverse faiths and beliefs. Hear the story of four of the participants as they share their experience of tackling lockdown loneliness together.
Scotland’s Holocaust Memorial Day Ceremony 2021
Scotland’s Holocaust Memorial Day Ceremony 2021 featured testimonies from Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich, as well as the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of survivors from subsequent genocides in Darfur, Rwanda, Bosnia and Cambodia.
FM Nicola Sturgeon's message for Holocaust Memorial Day 2021
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon's message for Holocaust Memorial Day 2021. This message featured in Scotland's Holocaust Memorial Day Ceremony 2021.
For Scottish Interfaith Week (SIFW) 2018, we interviewed local people from a number of different faiths who engage in interfaith dialogue across Scotland.
We asked them why they think interfaith dialogue and Scottish Interfaith Week are important and how their faith communities engage with our SIFW 2018 theme of Connecting Generations.
About interfaith dialogue
What is interfaith dialogue? Why is it important?
The importance of Interfaith engagement is beautifully explained by Farkhanda Chaudhry, a Community Development expert and trainer based in Scotland, in our specially commissioned video.
Religion and Belief – Study Visit in Scotland
As part of Scottish Interfaith Week 2017 we hosted young people from across Europe. This video captures their experiences and thoughts on interfaith dialogue, connection and inclusivity illustrating that working together we can make a difference in the world.