Rural Scotland is bracing itself for impact from a future that is not yet known. Rural communities in Scotland believe they will be disproportionately affected by Brexit and they want their voices heard.
Scottish Rural Action facilitated open dialogue with people in rural communities across Scotland asking what Brexit meant for them and their communities. We wanted to give voice to a rural point of view that is rooted in Scotland’s people and places, rather than its rural industries. Our approach was based around conversation; both individual and workshop based.
- 17 Brexit Rural Conversation events held
- 284 people took part in face to face discussion
- 1500 people engaged with the campaign online
- 134 people participated in online discussion
You can read the report here.