Celtic Connections: Danny Boyle: ‘Combined by our Humanity – Enhanced by our Diversity’ – Why an Inclusive National Identity Matters 22 January, 2017

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Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3 NY

Danny Boyle of BEMIS Scotland explores the unique local expressions of Scottish cultural heritage and their global connections, simultaneously universal and particular in character.

Scotland has been shaped by millennia of global influence, and part of Scotland has always been – and will be – African, Asian, European, Middle and Far Eastern. From language and custom to music and song, our identity reflects the diversity of culture, language, religion and beliefs inherent around the globe. 

Humza Yousaf, Rami Ousta and Mairi McFadyen will also be sharing their views and joining the discussion. 

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