Videos

The following videos are sourced from Interfaith Scotland, Edinburgh Inter Faith Association, Stepping Into Diversity, and Interfaith Glasgow. Feel free to share these videos and use them as a resource for community groups, schools, and more.

Beyond Tolerance

Interfaith Scotland

Beyond Tolerance is an interfaith DVD exploring identity, social action, conflict and the media.

The DVD includes a CD of activities to use with groups.

Contact our office for a copy

Interfaith Dialogue

Interfaith Scotland

What is interfaith dialogue? Why is it important?Interfaith Scotland staff discuss what their faiths and beliefs mean to them, and why they believe interfaith dialogue and Scottish Interfaith Week are important.

Faith and I

Edinburgh Inter Faith Association

Faith and I is a short documentary film created by Edinburgh Interfaith Association that explores the daily lives of three young women from different faith traditions: Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.

The film highlights shared hopes and fears which anyone can identify with, regardless of beliefs, values and practices.

We Belong to Glasgow

Stepping Into Diversity

We Belong to Glasgow is a short film created by young people in Glasgow. Each individuals reflect on what it means to belong to Glasgow and their faith communities.

This film is part of the Stepping into Diversity project and was created in partnership with Interfaith Glasgow and the West of Scotland Regional Equality Council.

A Celebration of Scottish Interfaith Week

Interfaith Scotland

Scottish Interfaith Week in Kirkcaldy in 2013.

Interviews about the importance of interfaith dialogue and Scottish Interfaith Week. And an inspiring speech by Sister Isabel Smyth who founded the Scottish Interfaith Council (now Interfaith Scotland) in 1999.

Interfaith Family Fun Day

Interfaith Glasgow

Interfaith Glasgow held an Interfaith Family Fun Day during Scottish Interfaith Week to celebrate Glasgow’s religious diversity.

Interfaith Glasgow’s youth worker collaborated with a group of young volunteers from six different religion and belief backgrounds to plan the event. This film documents the event and the young volunteers’ experience of organising it.