The Scottish Government has welcomed all 81 recommendations produced by Scotland Citizen’s Assembly and those of the Children’s Parliament
“Elections are about ideas, manifestos, Parties & Candidates as well as voting in the Constituency and the List. “
“We want people to know that politics doesn’t have to be about the politicians, it is about us as citizens of Scotland”
“The Scotland we want to see should lead with integrity, honesty, humility and transparency, in a self-sufficient and innovative way, and actively include the people of Scotland in decision making.”
As an independent and representative voice of citizens, the Assembly’s conclusions will be an important contribution as the country works towards renewal. Our Journey So Far
Scotland’s Citizens Assembly is looking at ways it can continue to conduct discussions and its work through digital means.
The Scotland we are seeking to build will be a sustainable country balancing environmental, economic and social impacts for the good of the country and its citizens.
The delegates are discussing what kind of Scotland we would like to have.
“I feel privileged to be here – it’s more important than I thought and less daunting.”
An event is to take place in Aberdeen on Thursday December 5th to raise awareness with the public about Scotland’s Citizens Assembly.