EUCIS Celebrate European Day of Languages as EU Citizens Stand Up for Scotland

EU NATIONALS’ PLEA TO EU OFFICIALS: “LISTEN TO SCOTLAND’S BREXIT CONCERNS”

Following Michel Barnier’s recent visit to Scotland’s devolved parliament, and coinciding with the European Day of Languages on Tuesday 26th September, EUCIS (EU Citizens for an Independent Scotland) have coordinated a letter and petition campaign aimed at raising awareness of the concerns for constitutional, citizen rights, and human rights facing Scotland as the UK bulldozes its way through Brexit negotiations. read more

Citizens of Naewhere: Andreas

“I came to Scotland in 2001. I was looking for a new job in Germany when my recruitment agency asked if I would be interested in moving to Scotland for a role they had. I hadn’t thought about leaving Germany before, but Scotland is one of those countries that, even if you have never been, you know it one of the most beautiful countries in the world. So, I said yes, and made the unexpected move, and I have felt very settled here since.” read more