A weekend of politics, culture and ideas …. And fun!
Friday March 23rd–March 25th
The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool
Come and join Gerry Hassan and Jean Urquhart for the latest weekend of good conversation and challenging ideas in a beautiful setting ….
‘A wonderful experience of intimate exchange in one of the most beautiful settings in the world’ Peter Oborne
Ian Jack of The Guardian on The Scotland of Past and Present
‘The finest feature writer at work in Britain’, Jeremy Paxman
James Mitchell, Strathclyde University and the leading academic authority on Scottish politics on Independence: The Big Debate
‘The most perceptive thinker on modern Scotland’, The Scotsman
Neil Walker of Edinburgh University on What is Independence?
Martin Sime of SCVO and Kate Caskie of Victim Support Scotland discuss What is ‘Civic Scotland’ and what its role in the Great Debate?
William Walker, co-author of ‘Uncharted Waters’ on Trident and the Scottish Question
Stephen Boyd of the STUC and Katherine Trebeck of Oxfam Scotland on The Economics of Self-Government
Dave Watson, Unison Scotland and Marsha Scott, ENGENDER on Social Justice Scotland
Plus Anthony Baxter introduces his award winning film about the Donald Trump saga You’ve Been Trumped
The Ceilidh Place: 01854-612103
Weekend ticket for sessions: ￡60
Accommodation to be booked separately from ￡25 per night
Rooms also available in the Ceilidh Place itself – but book early
Please cite Changin Scotland when phoning for booking
And now in our tenth year, Changin Scotland has its twentieth weekend on Nov 2-4;
a special programme, celebration and a bit of party ……