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    Your Voice

    Are you interested in making your voice heard at the Scottish Parliament? Find out how to get involved and have your say with our new mobile-friendly resource.

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    Your Voice

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    Submit a Petition

    Any member of the public can submit a petition: there’s no age limit and no minimum number of signatures required.

    Click below for information on what you can petition about and how to submit a petition online.

    You can also search all current and past petitions to learn more about the issues that matter to the people of Scotland.

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    Keep in touch

    You can keep up to date with what's happening at the Scottish Parliament by signing up to our weekly eBulletin. 

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    Live chat

    Have a question related to the Scottish Parliament? You can now contact us live using our Live Chat button.

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    Live chat

Getting Involved

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Your Voice

Use our interactive guide to find out how to make your voice heard at the Scottish Parliament

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Current Consultations

Find out about ongoing inquiries and consultations on particular issues.

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Petitions

Learn how to petition the Parliament and details of petitions currently being considered.

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Parliament on social media

Keep up to date on Parliamentary business via our social media channels

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Weekly eBulletin

Keep up to date with what's happening at the Parliament with our free, weekly eBulletin.

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Lobbying

Read about the new Lobbying (Scotland) Act 2016, and what it will do.

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Organising a protest

Find out about organising a protest or demonstration on Scottish Parliament land

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Academic Engagement in the Scottish Parliament

The academic engagement project provides access to academic experts to improve parliamentary scrutiny. It includes a number of activities.