Resources

Resources

Resources

Whether you are from a local interfaith group, a school, an organisation, or a local faith community, our resources page will help you find lots of ideas on how to get involved and advice to help you plan your event.

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This publication has been produced by the Scottish Government and provides guidance on building good relations among and between religious and belief communities and individuals. The guide provides practical examples for developing interaction and dialogue and it is hoped that it will be useful to all kinds of faith and belief groups, inter faith groups, local authorities, statutory and voluntary bodies – in fact anyone interested in dismantling barriers that keep people from understanding and respecting one another.

Produced by the Interfaith network, this valuable guide is packed with suggestions for marking the Week and includes examples and illustrations drawn from the many successful activities to date. It also includes practical guidance and links to further information.

                                           We have created a game on Faith and Food which you can download here:

FAITH AND FOOD GAME

                                          We have created a resource outlining the principles of ‘Eat’, ‘Share’ and ‘Love’ in six world religions that you can download below:

EAT SHARE LOVE IN DIFFERENT FAITHS1

To celebrate Scottish Interfaith Week 2019 taking place this year from 10th – 17th November, we’re looking for budding artists to take part in our ‘Eat Share Love’ competition. The top prize is £50 and winning entries will have their work displayed at the launch of Scottish Interfaith Week in Perth on 10th November 2019. Entries are open to individuals and groups of all ages and you do not need to be part of a faith group to enter this competition.  The deadline for entries is Tuesday 29th October.

We want to encourage people to submit different items on the theme of ‘Eat Share Love’ such as a drawing or painting; a photo montage; a poem; a video or animation; a piece of writing; a song; and piece of music or a piece of drama.

See our full poster here: Scottish Interfaith Week 2019 Competition

Click on the links to download our entry form, read the advice sheet or email frances@interfaithscotland.org for more information.