Contributors Wanted!

SDcoverAre you a Scot living abroad with an interest in your Scottish roots? Or do you live in Scotland and love Scottish history and culture?  Then I’d like to hear from you! What does the Scottish diaspora mean to you?

Personal Reflections: The Scottish Diaspora is part of my Blog and will showcase your views – Personal Reflections – on the Scottish diaspora, its history and legacy. I am currently looking for people interested in participating in the project. No special requirements, the project is open to anyone with a love for Scotland and Scottish history.

If you would like to become a contributor, all you have to do is fill in this Survey and agree to the terms explained. The survey is quite short and won’t take long to complete. Once all surveys are in they will be published on the Personal Reflections site for Scots around the world to enjoy.

Come and join in & please spread the word!

If you have any questions about the project, please email

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3 thoughts on “Contributors Wanted!

  1. Ian Williamson

    I was born in Scotland in 1958 and come to Australia In 1961 , a $10 pounder they called us I returned
    Home in 1970 for a holiday with my parents , but since 1997 I go back home every two years, I am 55
    Now and anything and everything scottish I want to be a part. I don’t know what it is but it calls to you!

  2. David Andrews

    I am the descendant of the Scots Irish who came to the American South and settled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.

  3. Monica Loreto-Tait

    Buenos Aires Tartan Army – based in Buenos Aires – Argentina is a Scottish cultural group which promotes Scottish traditions, history, dances, bagpipe music and tourism .
    Our aim is to promote all things Scottish and get people together celebrating Burns Night, St Andrew´s Day and taking part in the annual Tartan Day parade organized by the government of Buenos Aires.

    There are around 250.000 Scots all scattered in different parts of Argentina, these are all descendants of the first organized immigration who got here in the Symmetry in 1825, thanks to the Parish Robertson Brothers.

    We are at the moment working in our website, as soon as we have it ready, we will let you know.

    Also I attached the Article published on the BBC for further reference

    best wishes,

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