News & Analysis

  • First EU Citizens Forum launched in Glasgow
    Glasgow’s Lord Provost Jacqueline McLaren marked a historic day for the city on 20th November when she presided over the establishment of the first EU Citizen’s Forum in Scotland, writes Martin Roche.   The Lord Provost said Glasgow and Europe share the values of friendship, tolerance, co-operation, and peace. The… Read More »
  • Independent Scotland in the EU
    The Scottish Government’s seventh paper in its series on independence policy issues looks at the case for (re)joining the European Union. To help EMiS members and others understand these issues – whether you’re pro-indy or not – here are some extracts from the 80-page paper: Joining the EU as an… Read More »
  • An independent scotland in the EU: myths and reality
    “As the UK heads towards a general election next year, the fact that the SNP supports independence in the EU, and the Tories and Labour support continuing with either the current EU-UK deal or a marginally improved version of it, opens up a potentially large area of debate.”… Read More »
  • We want our star back
    As part of the national ‘Our Star’ tour, EMiS is hosting events around the country to celebrate European unity and to raise awareness of the negative impact of Brexit on our society, our economy and on our youngest citizens. “The ‘Our Star’ project was founded by two pro-EU campaigners to… Read More »
  • gearing up for EU enlargement to ukraine
    “In the end, the overarching lesson from the 1990s is that boldness and scale can work. Politics, process, reform, and real strategic direction is what the EU will need if it’s to bring off its biggest enlargement challenge yet.,’ writes Kirsty Hughes.… Read More »

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