Joint bilateral review of the relationship between Scotland and Ireland - public engagement: analytical summary

This is a report of the public engagement exercise conducted as part of the Ireland-Scotland joint bilateral review.

Annex B: List of organisational respondents

Responses submitted by organisations:

1. 1916 Rising Centenary Committee (Scotland)

2. Angus Macdonald

3. Bòrd na Gàidhlig

4. Camera Crane Scotland

5. Causeway: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange 

6. Celtic Countries Magazine

7. Centre for Cross Border Studies

8. Claíomh

9. Creative Scotland

10. Culture Ireland

11. Digital Health and Care Institute

12. Edinburgh's Festival of Ireland

13. Eneropp ltd

14. Envision 

15. Fraunhofer Project Centre for Embedded Bioanalytical Systems

16. Fraunhofer UK Research Ltd

17. GAA in Scotland

18. Glasgow North West Unionist Council


20. Historic Environment Scotland 

21. Historic Environment Scotland

22. Irish in Europe Association

23. JCR Network Services

24. Leargorm

25. Live Music Now Scotland

26. Local Government Information Unit 

27. Marine Renewables Industry Association

28. National Trust for Scotland

29. Nicholas Lynch ltd

30. Red River Archaeology Ltd

31. Scotland in the Union

32. Scottish Irish Finance Initiative 

33. Scottish Business Network

34. Scottish Funding Council

35. Scottish Poetry Library

36. Scottish Policy & Research Exchange 

37. Scottish Republican Socialist Movement

38. Táin Bó Fliodhaise Norse Gaelic Cultural Association

39. The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI)

40. Theatre Gu Leòr

41. Think32

42. Údarás na Gaeltachta

43. University College Cork

44. University of the Highlands and Islands 

Joint organisational submissions: 

45. Joint submission: Royal Irish Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh

46. Joint submission: University College Dublin and University of Edinburgh

47. Joint Submission: University of Glasgow and University College Dublin



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