Director of the Electoral Reform society in Scotland, a founding member of Compass management Committee and Co-author of a number of Common Weal Papers covering subjects such as Social Security, Tax and Universalism. He is also the author of a recent book on non voters called ‘Missing Scotland’.
Isobel Lindsay is a peace activist, social campaigner and long-standing campaigner for Scottish independence. She is a retired sociology lecturer who was head of campaigns for the SNP in the 1970s and 1980s. She is a former convener of the Campaign for a Scottish Parliament and a member of the Scottish Constitutional Convention and is Vice Convener of Scottish CND.
Iain is a Professor of Sustainable Consumption at the University of Stirling Management School. He has authored a number of academic papers and policy proposals focusing on the barriers to living sustainable lifestyles. As an active campaigner for Scottish Independence, he sits on the Executive Committee for the Scottish Independence Convention as well as being on the board of Friends of the Earth Scotland.
Gehan is Co-founder at GalGael Trust since it's beginnings in 1995. Gehan is a community activist with strong interests in alternative economics and exploring transformational change, community dynamics and emergence.
Malcolm is an architect, writer and built environment campaigner. He founded Malcolm Fraser Architects in 1993 before setting up Fraser/Livingstone Architects in January 2019.
Pat is a musician, writer, consultant and activist. He is one half of the Scottish pop-soul group Hue And Cry. Pat was elected as an SNP Rector of Glasgow University in 1990 (with Nicola Sturgeon, Alasdair Allen and Shona Robison as his campaign team!).