In Wi the Mix is a programme run by a partnership of 3 organisations: Faith in Community Scotland, A Place for Hope and the Conforti Institute. We are organising a series of Community Reflections in March and April 2017. All are welcome – but places on each event are limited so please, book early.
Why is Europe facing the biggest refugee crisis since the second world war? Development Education Centres throughout Scotland have been sharing resources which will be useful inside and outside the classroom. MDEC Refugee resources updated September 2015 Also see http://www.upworthy.com/trying-to-follow-what-is-going-on-in-syria-and-why-this-comic-will-get-you-there-in-5-minutes?g=5
In the week of 28th September your help is needed to teach the World’s Largest Lesson and to inspire a generation of children to champion the new Global Goals. These aim to guide us towards a safer and fairer world. As an educator you can play a key role in unleashing the energy, optimism and […]
The conference, to be held at the Conforti Institute, is aimed at secondary teachers of science and social subjects. It will allow teachers the opportunity to explore how National Qualifications can be enhanced by the use of themes and methodologies within the Learning for Sustainability Framework. Open to teachers throughout Scotland. To reserve a […]
Places are now available for booking on the following CPD courses at the Conforti Institute. All courses are free of charge and places can be reserved by emailing Pamela@confortiinstitute.org (please quote your name and school, along with the title and date(s) of the course you would like to attend). Friday 22nd May – Rights Across […]
POST SUMMARY: The Conforti Institute are recruiting a Hospitality Manager who will be responsible for the day to day running of the reception, catering and housekeeping functions within the Centre. The postholder should have previous experience at managerial level in the hospitality industry and be in possession of an SVQ 4 in Hospitality Management Skills […]
“WEAVING THE THREADS: Stories of Faith Groups Responding to Sectarianism” took place on Thurs 26th Feb 2015 on the Ferry in Glasgow. This evening of celebration was co-hosted by the Conforti Institute, Faith in Community Scotland and A Place for Hope. See our activities page for cartoon images of the participants’ thoughts captured on the […]
Along with Faith in Community Scotland and A Place for Hope, the Conforti Institute co-hosted a second lunch for religious leaders on Weds 11th Feb. This was a chance for deeper discussion about the role of the Scottish churches in responding to sectarianism.
A group of parishioners from Motherwell Diocese and Hamilton Presbytery, formed through the anti-sectarian project, hosted a second ecumenical faith event on Thurs 5th Feb. The theme was food and nourishment, with contributions brought for the Coatbridge foodbank.
QUESTION TIME @ CONFORTI INSTITUTE ON WED 21ST JAN 7PM-9PM 2015 HOW CAN SCOTLAND MOVE BEYOND SECTARIANISM? ALL WELCOME