We are...

Caroline Uchima

Core Group

Caroline Uchima is the Director of Allanton Peace Sanctuary in South West Scotland.  The Sanctuary is part of a worldwide organization, May Peace Prevail on Earth International ...

Catherine Holmes

Associate

I’ve been based in Glasgow since coming to study human geography at Strathclyde in 2011, in part following my interest in folk music to a city with a vibrant arts scene ...

Dan Haddow

Associate

I became involved with Secure Scotland thanks to an opportunity through the human rights   master’s degree I am doing at the University of Edinburgh ...

David Mackenzie

Secretary

A retired schoolteacher and education officer and presently involved as a volunteer in the nuclear disarmament movement...

Gari Donn

Core Group

It was an article in TIME magazine that started my journey to being on the Secure Scotland Project and a member of the Core Team.  Many many years ago, in my first lecturing position I had the unenviable task of teaching General Studies to City and Guilds Year 4 electricians ...

Iona Soper

Associate

I have been an active member of the Scottish anti-nuclear family since studying the movement for my MA. I have spent a number of years as a resident campaigner of the Faslane Peace Camp ...

Janet Fenton

Organiser

I think probably the most important things about me are that I am a feminist, a Quaker and a parent. I’m also an internationalist and I am Scottish through and through, apart from the Irish bit. I know that we can’t be safe without ensuring that we keep everyone safe ...

Luke Padfield

Associate

Most  of my life has been lived in Edinburgh. In 1995, I moved to Glasgow  where I attended the School of Architecture at the Glasgow School of  Art...

Murray Dickie

Treasurer

I  spent the bulk of my career working for a Scottish local authority  where my principal role was supporting staff through the process of  implementing change. Retiring early, I spent some time in the private  sector...

Tony Fitzpatrick

Core Group

From an early age I have been fascinated by words. As a school and university student I was exposed to some of the most radical writings of the 60’s and 70’s. I had one of those inspirational teachers we can all remember. His subject was English and he introduced us to the marvels of Dylan Thomas ...

food security – wellbeing economy – peace education – violence reduction  - land reform

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