Indyref Awards 1
Showcasing some of the nominees vying to win our #indyrefawards. We’ll be promoting each of the nominees before polls close next week. Go here to vote.
Blossom by Lesley Riddoch.
The author writes: “Blossom is an account of Scotland at the grassroots through the stories of people I’ve had the good fortune to know – the most stubborn, talented and resilient people on the planet. They’ve had to be. Some have transformed their parts of Scotland. Some have tried and failed. But all have something in common – they know what it takes for Scotland to blossom. We should too. Since the referendum, bystanders have become organisers, followers have become leaders, politics has become creative, women have become assertive, men have learned to facilitate not dominate. Independent action and self-reliance have helped create a ‘can-do’ approach shared by almost everyone active in Scotland today. Scotland’s biggest problems haven’t changed.But we have.
The publication was followed by an epic tour of (mostly rural) Scotland.
Best Young Activist of the Year
See Miriam Brett at the Aye Talks here:
and Stephen Paton here:
and Saffron Dickson here:
Dateline Scotland …
Biggest Campaign Disaster
Project Fear …
Check out Alan Mcredie’s 100 Weeks of Scotland here
Daniel Seex designed the cover for the National Collective magazine. Check his work here.
See Scotland Yet here:
Song of the Campaign
Car Crash Interview of the Year