As we rebuild from coronavirus, we have a chance to transform our society for the better.
This crisis has reminded us about what is really important - supporting each other and our communities, our health and wellbeing, secure incomes, public services like the NHS and social care, and a healthy environment. But it has also highlighted and deepened the devastating inequalities in our society and shown where we need to do better.
The decisions being made by the Scottish Government now will shape our lives for generations. It is up to all of us to send a message about the future we want and ensure a just, green recovery.
If we choose, we can reprogramme our economy so that it works for people’s wellbeing and protects our environment. We can build a fairer, greener Scotland where we all have access to good public services and get a decent income. We can protect everyone from the injustice of poverty.
We can deliver our fair share of climate action, restore Scotland’s nature and create good, green jobs. We can build a society where everyone has a say in the decisions that affect them. And we can do these things while supporting people in poverty and crisis across the world.
Together, we can build back better. It won’t happen without us. Send a message to the First Minister today.
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