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Justice Committee looking at Domestic Abuse Bill

29.03.2017

Proposals to outlaw psychological domestic abuse are to be considered by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.

Holocaust exhibition open to the public at the Scottish Parliament

29.03.2017

An exhibition of the shortlisted designs for a National Holocaust Memorial and Educational Centre has been unveiled at The Scottish Parliament.

Scotland’s Futures Forum launches its ‘Scotland 2030’ programme

27.03.2017

Scotland’s Futures Forum - the Scottish Parliament’s in-house think tank - launches its Scotland 2030 programme later this week (Wednesday 29 March).

Scottish wildlife groups must unite to fight crime

26.03.2017

The “alarming distrust” between groups that tackle Scotland’s worst wildlife crimes must come to an end, a Committee has warned today.

Glasgow focus for Committee

24.03.2017

Glasgow is to be the focus for the Scottish Parliament's Social Security Committee as it begins looking at proposals aimed at tackling child poverty.

College students from across Scotland to debate ‘hot topics’ at Your Scottish Parliament event

22.03.2017

Young people from colleges across Scotland – from Shetland to the Scottish Borders – will take over the Scottish Parliament’s Debating Chamber on Friday to discuss the important issues that affect their everyday lives.

Scottish Parliament announces celebrations to mark Commonwealth Day

15.03.2017

The Scottish Parliament is today marking Commonwealth Day 2017, under the theme ‘A Peace-building Commonwealth’.

New rule for Holyrood Committee Conveners will support parental leave

14.03.2017

Holyrood committee conveners who go on maternity or paternity leave will be able to return to the same job, if a new rule proposed by the Standards and Procedures Committee is endorsed by Parliament.

Parliament to nominate new Children’s Commissioner

10.03.2017

The Scottish Parliament will next week be invited to nominate Bruce Adamson to Her Majesty the Queen for appointment as the new Commissioner for Children and Young People in Scotland.

Scotland must do more to decrease harmful emissions across all sectors

10.03.2017

Climate change targets across all of Scotland’s sectors should be “equally challenging”, according to a Holyrood report published today.

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