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.
The next meetings of the campaign are
Thursday 15th April at 6.30pm – hope to see you there. Click here to register and get a Zoom link sent to your email.
Thursday 22nd April at 6.30pm – Rally – ‘Our City – Housing and Homelessness’. Click here to register and get a Zoom link sent to your email.
Marlyn Tweedie shares some thoughts on the Feeley report into the provision of Care in Scotland. The report was published on 3rd Feb 2021 – compiled by Derek Feeley, a former director general for health and Social care within the Scottish Government. The enquiry raised a degree of hope that perhaps a Care Service – adequately funded andContinue reading “The Feeley Report on adult social care”
‘Our City’ – the full report of ‘Another Edinburgh is Possible’s’ survey of the views of Edinburgh residents is published today. You can read the report online or download it via this link. Here’s the report forward written by Mary Alexander I am delighted to have been asked to write the foreword to this excellentContinue reading “Our City”
Leslie Cunningham writes I got to know Rob, a homeless man, about a year ago. On 15th February 2021, he kindly allowed me to interview him. This article attempts to convey what he most eloquently expressed in no more than about fifteen minutes. (!) Rob just wants a roof over his head – a hostelContinue reading “An Edinburgh Without Homelessness Is Possible”