Scottish Human Rights Commission - new member appointed


A new member of the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has been appointed following an open recruitment exercise, it has been announced.

Parliament showcases best in global photojournalism


The worldwide touring exhibition of award-winning photos will once again come to the Scottish Parliament from Friday 4 August – Saturday 26 August 2017, and entry is free.

Explore the secrets of the Jacobites with free artist talk by Calum Colvin


The secrets and complexities of the Jacobites will be explored at the Scottish Parliament as leading Scottish artist Calum Colvin gives a free talk on his ‘Jacobites by Name’ photographic series.

Parliamentary links reaffirmed by Holyrood delegation


The Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, Ken Macintosh MSP, is to lead a delegation to Munich on a trip to strengthen parliamentary ties and support economic, cultural and environmental links between Scotland and Bavaria.

‘It’s not cool to be cruel’ – MSPs bid to tackle ‘too prevalent’ bullying


Holyrood’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee is setting out a series of measures it wants the Scottish Government to adopt to tackle prejudice-based bullying in Scottish schools.

Are we doing enough to improve air quality in Scotland?


Can we do more to stop the damaging impact of air pollution in Scotland? And how can we put an end to urban areas with traffic-choked streets, which repeatedly breach EU air quality laws?

Social security plans – how will you be affected, asks Committee


It will affect more than 1.4 million and will lead to expenditure of £2.9 billion a year, but what will the impact of the transfer of social security powers from Westminster to Holyrood mean for claimants?

Views sought on repeal of Offensive Behaviour and Threatening Communications Act


Holyrood’s Justice Committee is seeking the public’s views on proposals to repeal the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Act 2012.

Public finance experts call for ‘cultural change’ to Holyrood’s budget process


Holyrood’s budget process needs to be substantially revised to take account of Scotland’s new financial powers and fiscal framework, says an expert review group.

Parliamentary Committee to scrutinise Scottish Government’s Islands Bill


The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee is encouraging individuals and organisations to share their views on how to give more power and protection to Scotland’s islands.

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