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100 Days: Andre

  I was born in Dresden in the former East Germany and came to Scotland in 1993 to study at Glasgow University. What was initially intended to be a year abroad became eventually my home.  After enjoying my student years … Continue reading

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100 Days – Scott

  I was born and grew up in a village called Elderslie near Paisley and apart from a few years living in London and Paris, I have called Glasgow home for most of my adult life. I move back to … Continue reading

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100 Days – Costas

I am originally from Greece, but I live now in Scotland. I teach philosophy with the Open University and the University of Glasgow. I consider my presence here as part of an ongoing cultural exchange between Greece and Scotland that … Continue reading

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100 Days: Kenny

        I work in academic collaborations and philosophy open studies at the University of Glasgow. I was born in Glasgow, I’m Scottish and, as an adult, I lived in England for several years as well as in … Continue reading

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100 Days: Barrie

  I was born and live in Glasgow, my grandparents were immigrants from Eastern Europe.  Having worked in social work for over twenty years, I now teach social work at university.  I’m a socialist with a firm belief in social … Continue reading

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100 Days: Benjamin

    I came to Scotland in 2003 as a doctoral student at Glasgow University before becoming a permanent resident through a civil partnership in 2007. I fell passionately in love with the city I’ve chosen to make my home … Continue reading

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100 Days: Roanne

  I am Artistic Director at PAL Labs and Producer for Small is Beautiful. I work with artists, creatives and others in the culture sector. To me the referendum mostly means Hope. Hope for a better future, hope for positive … Continue reading

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100 Days: Doris

    I am a German woman – originally from Nuremberg – living at at the moment in that city’s partnertown Glasgow. I have travelled and lived in different corners of the world, studied traditional cultures, worked as an editor, … Continue reading

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100 Days: Mari

I am a Finnish social scientist currently living in the Southside of Glasgow. I came to work as a visiting scholar in the University of Strathclyde in March 2013. My plan was to stay for only six months, but since … Continue reading

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100 Days

  In 100 days from today the Scottish Referendum will take place to decide the country’s future; whether to remain part of the UK or to become an independent country. Like many, I’m interested in hearing what those on both … Continue reading

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