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Justice and Peace, Scotland

Just a quick update on 2 important online events taking place at the beginning of March


  • Our next Justice & Peace Scotland online event – Poverty & Pandemic – is on Sunday 7th March (4.30pm – 6pm).  Please book to join the event here Poverty & Pandemic Tickets, Sun 7 Mar 2021 at 16:30 | Eventbrite I’d also be grateful if you would publicise the event via your groups and networks.  Feel free to use the blurb below.


Justice and Peace Scotland invites you to join us for a discussion of the impact of the pandemic drawing on the experience of our panel. Together we will share, reflect and start to identify how the church can be ready and prepared in our communities to meet the challenges which remain.


The panel includes:

Prof. Stephen McKinney (University of Glasgow)

Fr. Basil Clark VE (Archdiocese of St. Andrews & Edinburgh)

Danny Collins (National President, Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Scotland)

Martin Johnstone (Poverty Truth Network / At the Edge)



As Scotland prepares to host the UN climate talks (COP26) later this year, we have a unique opportunity to make an impact and increase the pressure on institutions and governments to respond with the urgency that the climate crisis demands.

Join this webinar to find out how Churches in Scotland – both locally and nationally – can support a just and green recovery by divesting from fossil fuels and re-orienting investments towards a clean energy future.

We are delighted to welcome the following speakers: