The Mothers of the Revolution – and their sons and daughters

One of our members who was a witness to the referendum in Catalonia reflects on the experience and what has been happening since.


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Well Being - How We Do Politics Differently

We love to do politics differently but what does that really mean?  

A look at our last National Council on Well Being will give you some clues.


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Increasing Women's Representation On Public Boards

Why Cathy's Running for Council


At our recent National Council event in Govan, we were delighted to hear from Castlemilk Against Austerity about their work.  Now Cathy Milligan of CAA is running for the council!  Here's her story. 

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#FreePeriodScotland - Take the Survey!


Women for Independence National Committee Member Victoria Heaney is leading WFI's campaign for free sanitary protection. Read all about it here.

And take the survey by clicking THIS LINK.

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What does Brexit Mean for Scotland?


Maggie Lennon of WFI's National Committee works with partners across Europe from her base in Springburn, working with refugees and asylum-seekers.  She lays out what Brexit might mean for Scotland. 

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Edinburgh WFI International Women's Day Celebrations


Women for Indy Edinburgh member and 2017 council candidate Amy McNeese-Mechan reports on Edinburgh Women for Indy's recent celebrations for International Women's Day.

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Engaging (even) more women in civic participation and political dialogue



Tasked with giving some thought as to how Women for Independence can reach out to more diverse groups and individuals, Selma Rahman, Kirsten Izatt, Mireille Pouget and Victoria Heaney of the National Commitee have pulled together the following advice and resources for local groups. 

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The Human Cost of Brexit - A Bargaining Chip Writes


Vera Tens is a member of Women for Independence and a German national.  This is the story of a woman that the Westminster Government consider to be a bargaining chip. 

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How do we persuade women to support independence?


An opinion poll published this week showed that women are still less likely to vote for Scottish independence than men, just as they were at the 2014 referendum. Women for Indy National Co-ordinator Kathleen Caskie and National Committee member Marsha Scott consider what we can do to address this. 

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