How Welcoming is Scotland?

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The Edinburgh World Justice Festival launched this week, with a strong theme of anti-racism, community activism and inclusion. The first in a series of events was ‘The hate stops here!’ on how to oppose racism in our communities and on the streets, with Hope not Hate running a soon-to-be sell-out event this Friday on ‘How welcoming is Scotland: Views on Inclusivity and belonging. The event, organised by Edinburgh Unite Against Fascism and Muslim Women’s Association Edinburgh was focused on how important is to promote tolerance and social cohesion between communities, especially now when media and politics fuel racism and attacks […]

Edinburgh World Justice Festival 2017 Launches Saturday 30!

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From September 30 to October 16 once again the Edinburgh World Justice Festival will be bringing you over 30 exciting and engaging events looking at some of the key issues facing humanity today. This two week festival brings you free film screenings, exhibitions, talks, workshops and more!  We start with a morning workshop by Friends of the Earth Scotland and Nourish, on the global movement for food sovereignty, followed by our festival launch on Saturday 30th at the Fig Tree Bistro. Local politicians and campaigners will open Edinburgh World Justice Festival 2017, discussing the theme for this year’s events: Creating Hope […]