Earlier this year VHS conducted an exercise in listening. They tried to explore the lived experience of loneliness and social isolation in Scotland and this exercise culminated in The Zubairi Report. The process aimed to give a voice to people who have been less visible and less heard in the debate on loneliness and social […]
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“We value Scotland’s diverse faith and belief communities and the important role they play in making Scotland a safer, stronger and more inclusive society, where everyone can live in peace and realise their potential.”
Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief is working to make Scotland a place where there is more openness about death, dying and bereavement.
The Church of Scotland Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland.
Facilitates positive engagement with different faith communities in Edinburgh. Through dialogue and education with all the major faiths in Edinburgh it is striving to make Edinburgh a more respectful and peaceful city.
A centre the study of Ageing, Spirituality and Social Policy
Centre offers programs and resources for ageing services professionals and faith communities.
The Selwyn Foundation is an independent, Christian faith-based New Zealand charitable trust providing services to older people and their families.
A centre for retreats and training in Ignatian Spirituality run by the Jesuits.