Another Edinburgh is Possible
An independent alliance of communities and trade unionists,
working to defend and extend public services in the city.
We invite people from all walks of life to join us.
Below are some easy ways to get involved.
Attend one of our online meetings, to share your views and help us plan future actions.
For an invite, please contact us via social media or email email@example.com
Add your voice to our virtual assembly, by filming a short video clip telling us your concerns and hopes for the future of the city.
Please film your videos in landscape orientation and keep them under 30 seconds. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call or email your local MP, MSP or Councillor, letting them know the sort of Edinburgh you want to live in.
Contact information for politicians can be found here.
Edinburgh’s Care Crisis 6.30pm on Thursday 27th October – click here to register
An important and timely meeting organised by Edinburgh TUC – there will be a speaker from Another Edinburgh is Possible.
In this, the second of our series of posts on the care crisis, Kathy Jenkins looks at what we need from a National Care Service and how the Scottish Government’s planned service, currently before Parliament, fails in almost every respect. A National Care Service for Scotland Trade unions and others are expressing many serious concernsContinue reading “What we need from a National Care Service”
This post from Councillor Ross McKenzie is the first in a series which we place to publish on the social care crisis in Edinburgh. The ‘Edinburgh Integration Joint Board’ (EIJB) also known as the ‘Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership’ (HSCP) was established in 2015 to oversee the planning and delivery of newly integrated healthContinue reading “Why is the EIJB discussing care in private?”