Celebrating our links with Europe

We celebrated this year’s Europe Day in May by launching a series of EuroWalks, taking people to local landmarks with connections to European figures, places or historical events.

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News & Analysis

  • Our new Honorary presidents
    The European Movement in Scotland is delighted to welcome its new Honorary Presidents: Michael Russell and John Purvis.… Read More »
  • Scotland’s pragmatic strategy for EU relations
    ‘The centrepiece of the Scottish government’s communications with EU and global actors since the 2016 referendum – that Scotland did not support Brexit – is no longer relevant.’ Anthony Salamone on the way forward… Read More »
  • The rot set in with Brexit, not Boris
    “Brexit led us to a world where leave-voting ministers couldn’t be sacked, where lying became commonplace, where ministers repeatedly insulted our European neighbours and where a charlatan..was able to become Prime Minister and inflict catastrophic damage on our politics.”… Read More »

More news here.


Upcoming Events

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Podcasts and Videos

European Conversations

First Scent of War in Europe

European Conversations
European Conversations
First Scent of War in Europe

In the latest European Conversation from EMiS and SCER Kirsty Hughes talks to leading Scottish commentator, journalist and author Neal Ascherson about the risk of war in Europe, relations with… Read More »

More episodes here.

Webinars and Livestreams

Posted on 18/11/2021
Willie Rennie, MSP for North East Fife, was the guest speaker at Fife4Europe’s meeting this month, discussing the impact of Brexit on people’s […]

Posted on 25/10/2021
Glasgow Loves EU are talking to Sylvie Bermann, former French Ambassador to the UK who has written a book in an attempt to understand Brexit. It […]

More livestreams and webinars here.

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