Date: `13 Aug
Time: 18:00 - 19:30
Ticket Price: £5
Venue: The Hall at St John's
Age Guidance: 12+
Scotland is in the midst of a constitutional debate. This September the electorate will go to the polls on the basis of a YES – NO referendum. Regardless of the vote’s outcome the status quo will not remain. What vision of future do the YES and NO campaigners and independent experts hold for Scotland?
Chair: Kayleigh Thorpe (BEMIS Scotland Capacity and Policy Research Officer)
Panellists: Humza Yousaf MSP (Minister For International Affairs and External Development/ YES Scotland), Rami Ousta (BEMIS Scotland Chief Executive Officer), Dr. Alan Sandry (Fellow of the European
Institiute of Identities, Swansea University), Euan Page (Government Affairs Advisor to EHRC), Professor Alison Phipps (Convenor of GRAMNet, Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network), Amran Hussain (NHS Commissioner, Better Together).
Please note online ticket sales via Brown Paper Tickets end 12 hours before the event starts. You can still buy tickets from our St John's Box Offices at anytime prior to the event. If the event is sold out we will state so and remove all ticket links.
If you feel spoilt for choice about which just Conversation you would like to attend then why not get a Conversation Pass for £25?
With a Conversation Pass you can see as many just Festival 2014 Conversations as you like.
Just fill in the sign up form and we will email you when you can collect your Conversation Pass for our St John's Church Box Office and pay £25.
Only your name will appear on the Conversation Pass. Your contact details will only be used by just Festival for administration purposes and not passed onto third parties.