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At Common Weal Fife, we strive to be part of the solution for a Better Scotland.
 Joined June 2017
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The Red Paper on Scotland, edited by Gordon Brown, Edinburgh University Student Publication Board 1975 This landmark collection of essays smells of 1975. When I take The Red Paper on Scotland down …
The Common Home Plan is a comprehensive & fully-costed #GreenNewDeal for Scotland.

This book explains what has to be done, what it will cost, how we pay for it & what kind of society we will achieve once we complete it.

Get your little green book here πŸ‘‰

Fully costed? βœ…
Comprehensive? βœ…
Transformative? βœ…

YOU need a #GreenNewDeal as much as the planet does.

We may face the greatest crisis of our lifetime but it is also our greatest chance at social, economic & environmental change.

6️⃣ months on from #COP26 we must sustain a collective agenda on the climate. In other words: nothing short of a #GreenNewDeal for Scotland.
Don't miss our Director, Amanda, at Paisley Women for Independence's event on Women & Climate Change tomorrow 🌏

She'll be joined by Zarina Ahmed from CEMVO Scotland & Renfrewshire Council's Climate Emergency Lead Officer, Roz Smith.

Register here to attend ➑️
Bums off Seats is a Fife Walking Initiative. We provide free local health walking opportunities in Fife and all walks are led by a trained team of Volunteer Walk Leaders
If you've been inspired by our vision for a National Care Service, why not take a look at our book on ageing? πŸ“š

Ageing affects all of us, just like care, and 'All Our Futures' tackles the big questions about adapting & treating ageing as a natural/valued part of our lives.

Available here ➑️
This week’s The Common Weal - a vision for a better Scotland Newsletter!

πŸ‘‹ Introducing Kaitlin
πŸ“š Learning for Change
πŸ”₯ Scotland’s New Black Gold
πŸ—³οΈ Voting for All Our Futures
🀝 How not to design a National Care Service (Part II)

Read the newsletter here:
New Policy Podcast!

This week, Craig talks to Nancy Barr and & Terry Paterson about community gardening and running a community centre in Larkhall, South Lanarkshire.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week.

What helps you to cope when you feel lonely?

#IveBeenThere #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
πŸŽ™οΈ Policy Podcast πŸŽ™οΈ

Joining Craig on the podcast today are community activists Nancy Barr and Terry Paterson, who help run Larkhall Community Growers a community gardening group in the town with the goal of helping people learn how to grow healthy food in their own neighbourhood.

Check back here for the episode later today πŸ‘€
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