Welcome to Scottish Asians For Independence for Scotland

Details of Launch event coming soon

Introduction

We are an open and diverse network of people who have settled in Scotland from the Asian sub-continent and who support independence for Scotland and will work with others for a Yes vote in the referendum. We will ensure that there will be a space for our voices and interests in the campaign. Independence will create opportunities for all of us to engage in developing a fully democratic vision for Scotland’s future.

One of the main proponents of civic national pride, the late Bashir Ahmad MSP, described it best when he said:

“It doesn’t matter where you come from; it is where we go together as a nation.”

We look forward to adding your stories to our blog and joining us in our movement towards making Scotland a strong independent nation striving for social justice and a more equal and fairer society.

Lawyer, producer, actress and mother of four, Tasmina Sheikh is a talented woman.  She believes Scotland has the talent to flourish as an independent country.Hear Tasmina speak about Scotland’s diverse and talented people.

Tasmina is a partner with a Glasgow law firm, a TV producer for Elysee Productions International Limited, as well as an accomplished actress.  She is the Chair and Founder of Scottish Asian Womens Association and recently won “Professional of the Year” at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards.

If you agree with us, join us and show your support by signing the Yes Declaration.

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