General Meeting for Scotland: Pamala McDougall reports

‘I felt a mood of engagement, excitement, enthusiasm and hope for change.’

'The Scottish government’s intention is to put forward a new Human Rights Bill and a new Land Reform Bill, both of which have had practical Quaker input.'

This was different. As an experiment, draft minutes were circulated prior to the meeting and we were asked for feedback after the event. If it is positive, this practice will continue. I have yet to consider the pros and cons but I was almost overwhelmed by the reading material.

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