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Report: Transplantation – Opting-in or opting- out for organ and tissue donation? May 2015

The Church of Scotland, along with many other faith groups, encourages organ and tissue donation. Currently in Scotland the system for organ and tissue donation involves an active “opt-in”, requiring a person to sign up to the organ donation register. An alternative “opt-out” model soon to be introduced in Wales means that an individual's organs are presumed to available for transplantation unless they have indicated otherwise. Read More

Article: Water and the Bible

I've had a lifetime's fascination with water, twelve of the best years being in India digging or drilling for it so people could get clean water, and building small dams so that rainwater could be saved for the dry months. The sight of children dancing for joy when a bore-hole strikes water in a dry area and cascades over them us unforgettable. Today water is the world's most critical resource. Water security and justice are rapidly becoming priorities for the sustainability of life on earth, so I still think about water a lot ... Read More

Article: Good Money Week

It was that great 20th century philosopher Bob Dylan who reminded us that: “Money doesn’t talk- money swears!”. Of course, he wasn’t the first person to warn of the dangers of money and possessions: Jesus warned his hearers, more than 2000 years earlier, that “you cannot serve both God and money” (Luke 16: 13). Read More

Article: Striving together: celebrating competitiveness in sport

The SRT Project recently produced a report, Striving together: celebrating competitiveness in sport. Read More

Report: Families and the Church in the 21st century: the meaning of kinship bonds May 2014

The SRT Project has produced a report ‘Families and the Church in the 21st century: the meaning of kinship bonds’. This will be presented to the General Assembly in May 2014 by the Church and Society Council. The report explores issues around what it mean to be a family in 21st century Scotland. Read More

Report: Striving Together: celebrating competitiveness in sport May 2014

The SRT Project has produced a report ‘Striving together: celebrating competitiveness in sport’ for presentation to the General Assembly in May 2014. Read More

Article: A world of opportunity

It’s hard to believe that its only just over 25 years since Tim Berners- Lee came up with the idea that would eventually become the Internet- an idea which has revolutionised much of our lives, and changed the way that we do many things. Read More

Article: Food - too good to go to waste

The World Bank has been highlighting the fact that between a quarter and a third of the world’s food is lost or wasted. Read More

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HISTORY of SRTP

image A short history of SRTP has been prepared by Dr. John Francis.
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