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Scotia Nova with James Mitchell, Katherine Trebeck and Andrew Wilson

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Part of ScotlandsFest 2018, a week-long festival of stimulating conversation, readings and debate. For more information, please visit www.luath.co.uk/scotlandsfest-2018

James Mitchell, author of Hamilton 1967 discusses the future of Scotland with author Katherine Trebeck and Andrew Wilson, Chair of the Sustainable Growth Commission - will Indyref2 become a reality? How does the Growth Commission play into the vision for a new Scotland? Our nation;s future is in our hands - how will it be shaped?

PROFESSOR JAMES MITCHELL holds the chair in Public Policy and is Director of the Academy of Government at the University of Edinburgh. He previously held chairs at the University of Strathclyde and Sheffield. His research has included studies of the SNP, Scottish elections and the independence referendum. All of his work is informed by an appreciation of the importance of the past in its impact on current concerns.

KATHERINE TREBECK is Senior Researcher for Oxfam GB. She has a PhD in political science from the ANU, is Honorary Professor at the University of the West of Scotland and Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Strathclyde. When working for Oxfam Scotland, Katherine developed the Humankind Index, a measure of prosperity constructed through community consultation.

ANDREW WILSON is the former Member of the Scottish Parliament. As of 2016, he he was appointed to chair the Sustainable Growth Commission, reporting to First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon. The Growth Commission was recently published by the SNP in May 2018.

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