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May 18, 2014

As part of the Iriss Imagining the Future of Social Services project led by Robert Rae, a series of creative events were held in Govan over May 2014, to explore aspirations for the future from a locality perspective and to think about the changes that need to be made now and in the coming years.

One of the events was a public debate on the subject of social justice, chaired by the journalist Lesley Riddoch. This is the second of a three part series covering the debate. This episode features three guest speakers Jackie McLeod who speaks about the importance of memory - linking past, present and future; Alison Urie who tells us more about the Distant Voices project; and Bob Hamilton who speaks about the Common Good Awareness project, focused on preventing health inequalities and social isolation. The debate includes audience comments, questions and viewpoints.

Imagining the Future - background and rationale Vox Liminis Common Good Awareness Project blog Govan Reminiscence Group

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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free