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Dundee Conference 2015 – Beyond Campaigning: Communities, Resistance and Change

Beyond Campaigning: Communities, Resistance and Change Contributors: Robin McAlpine, Gill Bannister, Doug Haywood To kick things off, we went round 40 or so attendees and asked if they would share their name, where they had come from, and what their … Continue reading

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World Cafe

#RIC2015 World Café session – Information sheet. The world café will be an opportunity for participants to develop the themes from the 6 morning workshops, under the overarching theme of ‘Making Another Scotland Possible’. The workshops will provide the six … Continue reading

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Yes to Workplace Democracy

#RIC 2015 Workshop outline Facilitators and key contributors, Mike Arnott, Helen Meldrum and Jim McFarlane. Trade unions in Scotland have over many years borne the brunt of Thatcherism and now experience at first hand the consequences of austerity. In spite … Continue reading

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Scotland’s New Economy: Rethinking Economics and Money

#RIC2015 workshop outline Key contributors: Duncan McCann, Duncan McCabe The workshop will be split into two parts looking first at the economy as a whole and exploring ideas that we need to create a new economic paradigm. The second part … Continue reading

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Beyond the Carbon Economy: The Oil Crisis, Fracking and Renewables

#RIC2015 Workshop outline Facilitators and key contributors; Maggie Chapman, Sarah Hendry, Andy Myles. Is the plummeting price of oil a wake up call to a Yes movement that made much of Scotland’s oil wealth? If we are to limit global … Continue reading

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Parties, Politics and People

“Politics, for a short time in 2014, belonged to the people.” Duncan McCabe of Radical Independence Dundee looks ahead to RIC initiatives that aim to keep it that way. The UK General Election looms on the horizon, political parties vie … Continue reading

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