After a successful event, we are pleased to provide the following audio and visual resources.
We hope these will encourage people to reflect on how to handle the lead up to the referendum, and to look ahead to the period afterwards – understanding the need to work collaboratively and with reconciliation in mind.
Keynote Conversation 1 – Collaborating Across Silos: Energising Scotland
- Dan Macdonald, Founder of N56, Chief Executive, Macdonald Estates
- Peter Lederer, CBE, Chairman of Gleneagles Hotel
- Jane Wood, Chief Executive of Scottish Business in the Community
- Josh Littlejohn, social entrepreneur and founder of Social Bite
Keynote Conversation 2 – Looking back and looking forward: Reflection about Scotland and the Referendum
- Rt Hon Douglas Alexander MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary
- Andrew Wilson, former SNP MSP and commentator
Keynote Conversation 3 – Master Class with William Ury
- William Ury, Harvard, co-author of Getting to Yes and The Power of a Positive No
Keynote Conversation 4 – Looking Forward: Constitutional Futures for the British Isles?
- David Melding AM, Deputy Presiding Officer of the National Assembly for Wales
- Conor Murphy MP and former member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
- John Sturrock’s article in Perspectives magazine, Black and white…or shades of grey?, about the need to move from confrontational to collaborative politics in the wake of the referendum question.
- Round table discussion on post-referendum reconciliation on Radio Scotland’s Crossfire on Sunday, 7 September. The section, featuring John commenting on the Day of Dialogue and the Commitment to Respectful Dialogue, can be found at 0934.
- Outcomes from our previous events: December 5 2013 , January 30 2014 and May 21 2014