The Future of Local Democracy in Scotland

The Future of Local Democracy in Scotland
The Democratic Society
January 2015

 

**NEW VENUE DUE TO HIGH DEMAND**
The Future of Local Democracy in Scotland,
Scottish Youth Theatre, 13 January

 

Due to very high demand we’re pleased to announce that the venue for this event has now been moved.

 

NEW VENUE: The Scottish Youth Theatre, The Old Sheriff Court, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, G1 1TF
When: Tuesday 13th January 2015 at 7pm prompt

 

The Youth Theatre provides a more comfortable space to accommodate the demand for this event and it is located very close to the original venue in central Glasgow.  Due to this change of venue there are now some additional spaces available. Tickets are free but it’s important that you book in advance as space is limited. 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

 

Speakers:
•             Cllr David O’Neill: Chair of the Commission on Strengthening Local Democracy in Scotland and President of COSLA
•             Louise Macdonald: Chief Executive of Young Scot and Member of the Commission on Strengthening Local Democracy in Scotland 
•             Sarah Drummond: Managing Director of Snook and founder of Dearest Scotland
Everyone is welcome to attend and take part in the discussion, network, and enjoy some complimentary refreshments.  We also want to make sure that the evening’s discussion is built around what you think. We’d love to hear your suggestions and ideas and will be capturing these on the night.    

 

Finally, if you have any further questions or special requirements then please contact Ali Stoddart at the Democratic Society.
We look forward to seeing you at the Scottish Youth Theatre on Tuesday.