The impact of Faith in Scotland today
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The day will consist of a series of workshops which we hope will give you a clearer picture of the impact of Faith in Scotland today.?
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Youth Interfaith Connect Conference
Tuesday the 21st June 2011 from 10am - 3pm, Strathclyde Police training complex at Jackton
A partnership initiative between run by ACPOS with support from COPFS, British Transport Police, AMINA Muslim Women's Resrouce Centre, West of Scotland Regional Equality Council, the Anne Frank Foundation and the Scottish Interfaith Council. The aim of the event, and of this website, is to bring young people together to explore faith in our communities. So feel free to sign up and join the debate. Share your opinions and get involved! The conference is for young people between 16 and 18 but anyone can get involved in our online forum.
The Scottish Inter Faith Council's summer away day took place on Saturday 7 August. Ten young adults from the Baha’i, Christian, Hindu and Jewish faiths enjoyed a trip to Holy Isle off the island of Arran. Holy Isle is well known for its Centre for World Peace and Health, established by Lama Yeshe, Abbot of Samye Ling Tibetan Buddhist Centre in Dumfriesshire.