The creation of a better, fairer, more equal Scotland requires the collective input of all voices in Scotland. We’re here to act as a platform for your voice. More information of how to get involved, meetings and events is below.
Get Together 13 August 2020
Join us for our regular Get Together event where it’s your opportunity to set the agenda and talk about what matters to you.
These informal discussion bring together people from all over Scotland and help to build consensus around the independent Scotland we want to create.
Thursday 13 August at 6pm
You can register by clicking here
Elaine C Smith…In Conversation
Elaine C Smith is one of Scotland’s best known actresses and comedy entertainers and has been a long-time activist and campaigner for independence. She has starred in numerous roles in popular television comedy series such as City Lights and Naked Video but is perhaps best known for her roles as Mary Nesbitt in the BBC sitcom Rab C. Nesbitt and Christine O’Neal in Two Doors Down.
Join Elaine in conversation about her career, life, Scotland and independence. Like all Voices for Scotland events you can be part of the conversation, getting involved in the chat and putting your questions to Elaine.
6pm, Thursday 6 August
Can We Afford the Union?
Each week we host a Get Together to talk about what matters to you in Scotland.
If Scotland wants to build a better future, a future that actually works for the people of Scotland, then we need two things: people to be engaged and the ability to make the decisions that determine our own future. Without control of our economy, how can we build a better Scotland?
Join us on zoom this Thursday 30 July at 6pm to chat about Scotland, jobs, the economy and planning for the future in a Scotland that can’t borrow money whilst still in the Union.
Where Are We Now?
Join us for a Get Together on Thursday 23 July at 6pm to discuss where we are with independence and where we’re going in the post-Covid era.
This is an open discussion for those who want to chat about their experiences, thoughts, views and opinions in a safe-space free from judgement and shouty politics.
Any questions or thoughts then please feel free to get in touch through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or email us at email@example.com.