Times are changing in Scotland


We’re excited to announce our very first national event. This year is all about Rewriting Scotland’s Story.

We invite you to join the discussion with our world-renowned speakers who will share their own stories and experience about leadership, influence, inequality, smart justice and our future.

Be part of an inspirational day which welcomes people from all over Scotland who are involved in community justice, and have bright ideas and a passion for change.

Speakers include:

                                       Dr Mary Hepburn – Scotland’s leading specialist in substance use in pregnancy

                                       Professor Jason Leitch – Clinical Director, Healthcare Quality and Strategy, Scottish Government

                                       Darren McGarvey (Loki) – Rapper, performer and author

                                       Roza Salih – Campaigner

                                       Byron Vincent – Writer, performer and broadcaster

                      ………and of course our own Karyn McCluskey – and more!

It all happens at:

                                     Community Justice Scotland presents: Rewriting Scotland’s Story.
                                     Friday 9 March 2018, 10-4pm
                                     Citizens Theatre, Glasgow (119 Gorbals St, Glasgow G5 9DS)
                                     Free of charge, lunch included

We look forward to welcoming you to explore our theme ‘Rewriting Scotland’s Story’. Secure your ticket, free of charge, on eventbrite

Please note that there are limited tickets available and the event is first come, first served. If you can’t be there in person don’t worry – you can join in the conversations online @ComJusScot – get engaged, enjoy and get motivated!



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