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Radical Independence Dundee +RadicalDundee
The grassroots radical movement for Scottish Independence in Dundee.
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What does the Scottish election result mean for radical politics in our country?
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The introduction from Radical Independence Dundee secretary Connor Beaton was unfortunately cut off, but this is otherwise a full recording of RIC Dundee's online public meeting on "No 2 Freeports", with Miriam Brett, Stuart Fairweather and Katie Gallogly-Swan.

• Miriam Brett is an economic commentator and policy...
Full recording of the discussion with former SNP MP George Kerevan, chaired by Connor Beaton, at a Radical Independence Dundee Zoom meeting on Wednesday 22 July 2020.
Radical Independence Dundee hosted an online public hustings for the North East Scotland region on Thursday 8th of April, 2021.
North East Hustings
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Around 75 people attended a public discussion on the drug deaths crisis co-hosted by Radical Independence Dundee and our sister group in Glasgow on Tuesday.
Full recording of "Ending Drug Deaths: A Discussion with Peter Krykant", hosted by Radical Independence Dundee and Glasgow RIC on Tuesday 9 February 2021.



0:00:00 Introduction
0:02:14 Peter Krykant
0:22:31 Discussion
1:27:59 Closing

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Drug safety activist Peter Krykant, who...
Ending Drugs Deaths: A Discussion with Peter Krykant
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Peter Krykant
Since our re-establishment in September 2019, Radical Independence Dundee has sought to provide a home for radical politics in our fair city, combining street campaigning with open and wide-ranging political debate. Although the Covid-19 pandemic has meant we haven’t been able to spend as much time on the streets as we’d have liked to, we’re proud of our record in...
Ending Drugs Deaths: A Discussion with Peter Krykant
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Peter Krykant
Although they were not officially announced until an email was circulated on the 7th of December, rumours had already been circulating on social media about restructuring plans at the University of Dundee. The proposal itself did little to reassure the staff and students set to be affected by the changes that the university management had always intended to include them...
Radical Independence Dundee hosted a ‘Radical Burns Night’ on Saturday 23 January 2021, with guest speakers from Dundee, London, New York City and Dunedin. You can find a full recording on our YouTube channel. The original event description was: This year, by necessity, Burns Night celebrations around the world are taking place online. While most of us would rather be...
Radical Independence Dundee warmly welcomes independence supporters, as well as those sceptical or undecided, to an open, non-confrontational discussion about the future of Scotland and the UK.
Unless Labour can shift its focus to campaigning for votes on the regional lists, the previous return of 21 regional MSPs looks precarious, writes Stuart Fairweather.
The abrupt sacking of drugs minister Joe FitzPatrick is a clear indictment of the government’s poor record, but it’s unlikely that the pre-election mini-reshuffle will bring about a genuine shift in approach and outcome, writes Connor Beaton.
For autistic people in Scotland, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought capitalism’s contradictions to the surface, writes Chris Kilgallon.
2020 marked the first full year since the re-establishment of the Radical Independence Campaign in Dundee in September 2019.
The Radical Independence Campaign in Dundee are deeply concerned by the news that the city council leader, Cllr John Alexander, continues to push the agenda of creating a freeport on the banks of the River Tay.
A report shows that the waterfront redevelopment has failed Dundee’s workers. Dundee RIC activist Marty Smith says protestors who warned against a superficial, capital-driven regeneration have been vindicated.
Recording of the Radical Burns Night hosted by Radical Independence Dundee on Saturday 13 January 2021.

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This year, by necessity, Burns Night celebrations around the world are taking place online. While most of us would rather be ceilidh dancing, toasting, and sharing a haggis in person,...
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