Good Money Week (8-14 October) is an annual campaign to let people know that they have sustainable and ethical options in their financial decisions.

This year the Church of Scotland is partnering with Christian Aid Scotland, Eco-Congregation Scotland, and Oikocredit to host the following event.

What have faith and money go to do with Climate Change?

The event will explore key issues around how we can invest our money ethically to have a positive impact on Climate Change.

GUEST SPEAKERS

  • Chair: Dr Katherine Trebeck Oxfam
  • Rev Sally Foster-Fulton Christian Aid Scotland
  • Chris Hegarty Christian Aid Scotland
  • Monica Middleton Oikocredit

After hearing from the keynote speakers, delegates will have the opportunity to take part in two of the three workshops focusing on what you can do individually, as part of your congregation and in your community.

Lunch will be provided after the event. To download a flyer click here

When: Thursday 12 October from 9.45am – 1.45pm

Where: St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, Edinburgh, EH2 2PA

To book online click here or email Karen Hunter at khunter@churchofscotland.org.uk for more information.

Places are free but limited.

 

Brexit Means What?

Brexit has significant implications for your organisation and for the protection of the equality and human rights of many of those that you work with.

You are invited to an event in October, run by the Human Rights Consortium Scotland and SULNE (experts in all things Brexit!), to get the information and insight that your organisation needs on Brexit implications and the process.  This is also an excellent opportunity to find out about how to influence Brexit, and to ask questions of EU experts.

Find out more and reserve a free place here:

Wednesday 4th October @ 14:00 – 16:30, Glasgow

Monday 9th October @ 14:00 – 16:30, Inverness

Wednesday 11th October @ 16:00 – 18.30, Edinburgh

Monday 30th October @ 14:00 – 16.30, Dundee

Wednesday 1st November @ 9:30 – 12:00, Edinburgh