WATCH: Demos Scotland launches with aim of crowdsourcing Scottish constitution

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Watch live as group begins attempt at crowdsourcing Scots constitution

ANTICIPATING the restoration of Scotland’s independence, Demos Scotland is a project with the aim of developing an online network devoted to the formulation of a Scottish constitution.

Demos Scotland is the brainchild of the project's co-directors, Dr Mark McNaught and Peter A Bell. Mark is assistant professor of law, philosophy and US civilization at the University of Rennes. Among his many activities on behalf of Scotland's independence movement, Mark is a contributor to radical think-tank Common Weal.

Peter has a background in corporate imaging event organisation. Now retired, he works full time writing for various pro-independence online and print publications as well as undertaking occasional speaking engagements.

The aim of Demos Scotland is to utilise modern communication and cooperation technology to create a network of expertise and ideas with the purpose of contributing to the process of conceiving a Scottish constitution.

Interested parties are cordially invited to attend the Demos Scotland launch event in order to learn more about the project and how they might contribute to the process of conceiving a new Constitution for Scotland.

Demos Scotland Launch
Thursday 18 August, 7pm – 9:30pm
Renfield St Stephen's Parish Church
260 Bath Street, G2 4JP Glasgow, United Kingdom


Don’t worry if you can’t make the event – you can watch it all on livestream here on CommonSpace.

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