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  • Interview
    By Bella Caledonia Editor 28th Jul'15 9
  • Arts & Culture

    The Lion and the Unicorn

    Join the Lion and the Unicorn for a fireside chat …

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 27th Jul'15 5
  • #Indyref2

    Reflecting on Generation Yes

    A newly politicized generation? We continue our series exploring the legacy of the referendum. As young voters worldwide increasingly fail to use their vote, Scotland […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 27th Jul'15 30
  • Commentary
    By Bella Caledonia Editor 26th Jul'15 12
  • Commentary
    By Bella Caledonia Editor 25th Jul'15 36
  • Arts & Culture
    By Bella Caledonia Editor 25th Jul'15 17
  • Music

    Songs for Scotland

    Bella Caledonia: Songs for Scotland the Album is the definitive 2014 indyref compilation album, including folk/pop classics by Dick Gaughan and The Proclaimers; hip hop […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 24th Jul'15 23
  • International

    Iceland’s Pirates

    A slew of recently formed political parties have been topping polls across Europe – think Syriza, think Podemos. Iceland is no exception. Here the Pirate […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 23rd Jul'15 9
  • Greg Moodie

    MoodieVision: Reporting Jockland

    Series 2 Episode 1 of MoodieVision animation: Reporting Jockland. The follow-up to ‘Greg Moodie Versus The Union’, ‘Greg Moodie’s Election Dissection’ is a compilation of […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 22nd Jul'15 9
  • Commentary

    Caledonian Kaleidoscope

    Looking at UK Labour’s Leadership Election through the wrong end of a tartan telescope (Caledonian Kaleidoscope?) my first thought is that, rather like the UK […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 20th Jul'15 59
  • International

    Leaving Ouranoupolis

    On the way home to Edinburgh we stay in Thessaloniki. We are told not to talk politics – an unusual warning in Greece – because […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 20th Jul'15 5
  • Commentary

    The Open Veins of the Gaidhealtachd

    Eduardo Galeano’s The Open Veins of Latin America* (Las Venas Abiertas de América Latin) is a landmark book which has been described as the bible […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 20th Jul'15 90
  • Feminism

    Beauty and the mess

    There’s a picture that lives in my mum’s house. It’s tucked away in a bottom drawer, and perpetually eked out by my youngest sister to […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 18th Jul'15 7
  • Arts & Culture

    The Age of Gendersaurus

    Here’s a curious little fact. Last year the Imaginate children’s theatre festival hosted a morning discussion about gender. Six people turned up. This year the […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 17th Jul'15 20
  • International

    Turning Japanese

    What can Scotland learn from Japan in creating a de-growth economy? Could we reclaim our derided ‘thrift’ as a version of Japan’s jishuku? I travel back […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 16th Jul'15 17

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