The role of a devolved welfare state in enabling Scotland to truly tackle poverty and social justice; the need to engage with civil society across the UK and internationally; how to ensure the Scottish independence referendum leads to consitutional reform across the UK; and how to harness the momentum of the recent debate to ensure more power to the people. These are just some of the issues tackled in our live #TFNdebate on the result of the independence referendum.
Five panellists from across the third sector this morning debated the impact that a no vote will have on Scotland's third sector and and society in general. Read the debate in full below and continue to take part in the discussion by posting commments below or getting involved on Twitter using #TFNdebate.
Lucy McTernan, deputy chief executive of the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
Gillian Wilson, chief executive of the Network of International Development Organisations in Scotland
Ian Welsh, chief executive of the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland
Martin Johnstone, chief executive of Faith in Communities Scotland and the Poverty Truth Commission
Willie Sullivan, director of the Electoral Reform Society Scotland