Glasgow has reinvented itself in recent decades to become an acclaimed international centre for the visual and performing arts, literature, fasion, pop music and film. In 1990 it was made the European Capital of Culture.
As Scotland's biggest city, Glasgow itself is home to 592,000 people, including a large Catholic community. Over 1.2m people live in the Glasgow Urban Area, which comprises Inverclyde, as well as parts of Lankarshire, Renfrewshire and Dunbartonshire.
New Europeans opened a branch in Glasgow in 2016 and has held events at Strathclde University (with Strahtclyde University Student Union and the Young European Movement) and at Glasgow Caledonian University (with Migrant Voice).
Our local action team in Glasgow is made up of:
Kayleigh van Dongen (Chair)
Gary Paterson (Gary is also our regional coordinator in Scotland)
You can contact the Glasgow branch by emailing:
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