Events

2007 - 2021

Changin’ Scotland

Changin’ Scotland – a weekend of politics, culture and ideas …. And fun!
Friday March 25th-Sunday March 27th The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool

Friday March 25th
8.30pm
Land, Power and Politics
Andy Wightman, writer, campaigner and author of ‘The Poor Had No Lawyers’

Saturday March 26th
10.15-11.30am The Crown Estate in Scotland
Robin Callander, author of ‘How Scotland is Owned?’

11.45-1.00pm Why Scotland Needs Fiscal Autonomy
Drew Scott, Edinburgh University

2.00-3.15pm The Life and Times of R.D. Laing
Eleanor Yule, writer and filmmaker, introduces her film on Laing

3.15-4.30pm Global Crisis, Nature and the Need for Stories
Paul Kingsnorth on the ‘Dark Mountain’ Project – acclaimed by the New Statesman as one of ‘the most inspiring initiatives addressing the times we live in’

4.45-6.00pm Where is Radical Scotland?
Gerry Hassan, editor, Radical Scotland: Arguments for Self-Determination;
Liz Gardiner, Director, Fablevision, cultural facilitators.

8.30-10.00pm Changin Scotland Collective Drumming
Barbara Chalmers and Erin Scrutton take us into a Changin Scotland first!
No previous experience needed!

Sunday March 27th
10.30-11.00am Changin Scotland in Practice: Room Thirteen Update

11.00-12.30pm Spaces of Labour and the Future of the Scottish Economy
Jonathan Charley, Strathclyde University

Places are limited! So book early to avoid disappointment! A weekend ticket £60 Individual sessions £8 All above times subject to the famous Changin Scotland variance!

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