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About Ric Lander

Ric Lander is an environmental researcher and activist based in Edinburgh.

Articles by Ric Lander

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

"Your kindness could kill"

Help the homeless posters are telling the public that beggars are probably crack addicts. Campaigns like these make money by demonising those they exist to help.

Podcast: 2014 matters: debt and economic justice in Scotland and the world

What would Scottish independence mean for debt and economic justice? A panel came together in Aberdeen to discuss what the referendum means for Scotland's place in the world.

Podcast: 2014 matters: poverty, power and inequality in Scotland and a changing world

What would Scottish independence mean for global justice? A panel came together in Dundee to discuss what the referendum means for Scotland's place in the world.

The green in the SNP white paper

This week, the SNP launched their White Paper on what an independent Scotland would look like. Here, Ric Lander reviews what is says about the environment.

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