Scotland Communities and society , Democracy, devolution and governance

Island Oddity: the theory and practice of island-proofing

Summary

The Scottish Government has made a commitment to empowering Scotland’s island communities. The 2015 consultation on provisions for a future islands bill invited views on many associated policy areas. This briefing explores the concept of island-proofing, considering what it is and why it is needed.

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