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Interfaith educational resources for young people – free online 

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December 12, 2016

scarabNEWS 2016 - Dear interfaith colleagues in Francophone countries:  This abundance of youth resources – collected from around the world – is very encouraging in terms of the future.

Interfaith curricula for schools, youth groups and congregations

http://www.scarboromissions.ca/interfaith-dialogue/curriculum-resources/schools-youth-groups

These many curricula provide young people in schools, youth groups and congregations with the experiences, skills and resources to live in a diverse world, to broaden their own identities, and to break through walls that divide them from people of other religious, cultural, and economic backgrounds.

Golden Rule educational resources for youth

https://www.scarboromissions.ca/golden-rule/educational-resources

This comprehensive listing of resources features school & youth group curricula, interactive resources, meditation exercises, videos, multilingual posters, art activities, do-it-yourself workshops, slide programs, discussion questions, Golden Rule websites, books, toolkits and best practices.

Directory of interfaith youth groups in Toronto, Canada

https://www.scarboromissions.ca/interfaith-dialogue/youth-and-interfaith-dialogue-a-directory-of-organizations

his directory features interfaith youth groups in Toronto as well as organizations and educational resources from around the world

Please consider forwarding this announcement to colleagues and friends and posting it on websites and social media. 

Peace 

Paul McKenna

Scarboro Missions Interfaith Dept.

2685 Kingston Road

Toronto, Ontario

Canada M1M 1M4

www.scarboromissions.ca

Tel. 416-261-7135 ext. 296

"Although the religions of the world are apples and oranges and are more different than they are alike, still there is a quality of 'fruitfulness' that characterizes them all and out of which a 'common ground' for shared conversation can be established."    Paul Knitter, American dialogue theologian

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