Live Launch: Sorted: A Handbook for a Better Scotland.

03dec2:00 pm4:00 pmFeaturedLive Launch: Sorted: A Handbook for a Better Scotland.To mark the launch a new book: Sorted: A Handbook for a Better Scotland. Common Weal is hosting an in-person event. Free and open to all.Drygate Brewery, 85 Drygate, Glasgow, G40UT2:00 pm - 4:00 pm OrganiserCommon WealEvent TypeCultural, Arts & SocialThemeEnergy & Renewables,Food & Agriculture,Just Transition,Transport

Event Details

Common Weal is hosting a live launch event for a new book: Sorted: A Handbook for a Better Scotland. And we would like to see as many people there as can make it to Glasgow.

The launch will take place on Saturday 3rd December 2022, at the Event Space, Drygate brewery, 5 Drygate, Glasgow G4 0UT

Our goal was to write a book that is both well informed and inspirational. It’s based on 10 years of policy work by Common Weal, covering all aspects of public life. We know that our ideas can travel and influence change, but only when they are put within reach of the people in Scotland. So come along bring friends, listen to a wide range of speakers, meet our team behind the book and purchase a copy.

We hope you will join us at this important time to highlight the vision and steps required for a shared future in an independent Scotland. This book imagines we are at the start of the first ten years of Scotland being an independent country (though there are plenty of things here to be getting on with as we build towards achieving this).

Sorted describes what kind of society we can now build and explains the guiding principles of how to go about building it. Then it takes every part of life in Scotland and puts forward a case for change. It describes how we can make independence and Scotland successful.

The book explains how to build our industrial base, tackle poverty, combat the climate crisis, raise wages, improve our quality of life and stay safe in an uncertain world – and much more besides. If there’s something you think needs fixed, you’ll probably find an explanation of how to fix it in these pages.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Please RSVP via Eventbrite. Please note, this is a free event, and we can fit plenty of people in the venue but please register in advance to secure your place. If you have any special access requirements, please let us know in advance by emailing [email protected]

Support this project: Common Weal is a ‘think and do tank’. We create policies across the broad range of what Scotland needs and then we campaign to make our ideas reality. We aren’t connected to any political party and are funded through small donations from our supporters. If you would like to make a donation head to our crowdfunder page at: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/p/sorted-a-handbook-for-a-better-scotland

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Travel to and from the launch venue:

Parking: a number of car parking spaces are available at the venue, in left hand side as you approach entrance. there is a barrier and you may need to buzz to gain access. We ask that we prioritise these for those with mobility requirements or families and therefore we make the following suggestions:

Duke Street Car parking, (Also called City Parking on Google Maps) 92 Duke St, Glasgow G4 0UG Turn off Duke Street behind old Alexander School. (1 minute walk from venue)

Daily Charge 0-1 hour £2.00, 1-2 hours £4.00, 2-3 hours £6.00, All day parking £5

Nearby Rail Links:

High Street (closest station -3 minute walk to venue (Queens Street to Edinburgh line)

Bellgrove Station (Dennistoun) : 5 minute walk to venue (Queens Street to Edinburgh line)

Glasgow Queens Street : 15 Minute Walk (Line to Edinburgh)

Glasgow Central Station: 20 Minute walk (Other Glasgow Lines and Glasgow Low Level)

Nearest Subway Station: Buchanan Street : 5 Minute Walk

Busses:

Number 2 departs from the West End

Number 41 departs from the East End

Time

(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Registration / Ticket Link

Register Here

Organiser

Common Weal

Common Weal is a people-powered think and do tank in Scotland. We develop policy on and campaign for social and economic equality, for wellbeing and the environment, for quality of life, for peace and justice. 

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