Interfaith Scotland works with people and communities across Scotland to deliver and promote opportunities for interfaith dialogue to support community cohesion.
At Interfaith Scotland we work to; provide forums for dialogue between faith, belief and non-faith groups on matters of religious; national and civic importance; to support interfaith dialogue between communities; to promote interfaith educational activities and to support equality among faith and belief communities.
We work with local interfaith associations and other groups across Scotland and provide them with development support to put on events and run dialogues in their own areas.
We work in Scotland across local authority areas. We also work to bring religious and spiritual leaders together on a regular national civic forum, facilitate engagement between women, young people and older people, support communities to participate in Scottish Interfaith Week (last week of November each year) and organise dialogue sessions on specific topics which have recently included sessions on poverty and climate change.
We also run a volunteering project, deliver training and we are contracted by the Scottish Government to deliver the annual Scottish Holocaust and Genocide Memorial Commemoration events.