Have your say at a Fairer Scotland Planning Event
The Scottish Government is inviting you to have your say on what a Fairer Scotland should look like in 2030, and what should be done to make this vision a reality.

In addition to the conversations that are already happening, the Scottish Government wants to work with a broad mix of people across the country to prioritise practical steps that can be taken to create a fairer Scotland.

To do this, a series of local Planning Events will be taking place to allow a broadly representative audience to hear, discuss, prioritise and take action on ideas to create a Fairer Scotland. These planning events provide a chance for people to think about and prioritise ideas that will help make Scotland a fairer place to live.

There will be a planning event in Stornoway at the Bayhead Bridge Centre on Thursday, 29th October from 13:30 to 17:00.
Click here to register your interest in attending

To register by phone please call 0131 624 9855 leave a message and someone will call back.
This event has been organised with the kind assistance of Co-Cheangal Innse Gall.
The priorities that come from these planning events will feed into a final Fairer Scotland Forum in December. The Fairer Scotland Forum will host a broadly representative audience made up of people from across the country who will work with policy makers, experts, and political representatives to create a series of recommendations on how we can all work to create a Fairer Scotland.
These events are free and support is available for those who would otherwise not be able to attend – just use the registration page to ask.
Please note that registering Interest to take part does not guarantee a place due to venue capacity & need for event audience to be broadly representative of the local area.
More information on Creating a Fairer Scotland is available here.