Apart from the Scots Language Centre there are a number of other organisations that exist to further the interests of the Scots language and its speakers. In this section you will find links to most of them. You can also read more about the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Government policies on Scots. This is a rapidly developing area of policy so you should keep coming back if you want to keep up to date with events.
Why not join the Centre or one of the activist groups - if you'd like to make a difference to the way Scots is treated in the education system or to the resources which government allocates to it. You could help change things for the better.
Below you will find a Scots version, in PDF form, of the recent Girona Manifesto on Linguistic Rights, issued in 2011.Screive fae Girona
Scots Language Resource Centre Association Ltd. t/a Scots Language Centre, A.K. Bell Library, York Place, Perth, Scotland PH2 8EP
Registered in Scotland as an Industrial & Provident Society No. 2451R(S). Scottish Charity No. SCO21747
Scots Language in Scotland's Census 2011 | Shetland and Orcadian Scots dialect | Caithness Scots dialect | North East Doric Scots dialect | East central Scots dialects | Angus and Tayside Scots Dialect | Galloway Scots Dialect | West Central Scots Dialect | Borders Scots Dialect | Ulster Scots Dialect | Scotch language | Scots leid | Scottish Language | Ulster Scots Dialect |