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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.

Alys Mumford Christine Jardine Megan Dunn Maggie Chapman Ric Lander Ben Wray
15 March 2014
As part of the 2014 Matters tour discussing what Scottish independence will mean for those who care about social and economic justice, a panel came together in Aberdeen to discuss debt, poverty and economic justice in the UK and globally.

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