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Changin Scotland

A weekend of politics, culture and ideas …. And fun!

Friday March 28th-Sunday March 30th

The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool

WHO HAS POWER IN MODERN SCOTLAND?

In association with the Reid Foundation

Friday March 28th

8.00-9.30pm:

Welcome:

Gerry Hassan and Jean Urquhart

Scotland after the Crash: The Collapse of RBS

Ian Fraser, author, forthcoming ‘Shredded: The Rise and Fall of RBS’ Read the rest of this entry »

Changin Scotland

Scotland’s alternative festival of ideas, culture and politics

Friday November 1st-Sunday November 3rd   

 Newbattle Abbey College, by Dalkeith

This November Gerry Hassan and Jean Urquhart are at Newbattle Abbey College just south of Edinburgh for a weekend on how to do social change, activism and campaigning in a different way!

This weekend will be a departure in feel, style and setting – and is facilitated and led by Stephen Duncombe and Steve Lambert of the Centre for Artistic Activism who are based at New York University.

This will be a participatory weekend bringing together community politics with cultural and civic engagement. It will look at how to be a creative kind of activist, build alliances, and beyond tactics and strategy, start to envision a different kind of politics and world! Read the rest of this entry »

Changin Scotland

FRIDAY MARCH 22nd-SUNDAY MARCH 24th 

The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool

Friday March 22nd

8.15pm Welcome

Gerry Hassan and Jean Urquhart

 

The Limits of Nationalism: Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Alex Massie, writer and commentator, The Spectator Read the rest of this entry »

CHANGIN SCOTLAND

NOVEMBER 2nd-4th 2012

OUR TENTH YEAR! OUR TWENTIETH WEEKEND

The Role of the Arts, Culture and Identity in Scotland

 

Friday November 2nd

Welcome 8.15pm 

Gerry Hassan and Jean Urquhart  Read the rest of this entry »

Changin Scotland

A weekend of politics, culture and ideas …. And fun!

Friday November 4th-Sunday November 6th

The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool

Details of Programme Below: Read the rest of this entry »