Holyrood’s Justice Committee is calling on schools, universities and the Law Society of Scotland to consider what barriers exist to becoming a lawyer and to take action to remove them.
The Scottish Parliament has renewed its commitment to Gaelic with the publication of its new Gaelic Language plan.
Proposed legislation which sets a new target relating to the eradication of fuel poverty is to be examined by the Local Government and Communities Committee.
With the negotiations for the UK’s withdrawal entering a critical phase, the Scottish Parliament’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee has today launched a call for evidence.
A selection of paintings by one of Britain’s most significant 20th century modern artists has gone on public display at the Scottish Parliament.
How Scotland can tackle climate change and what realistic changes could be made to peoples’ behaviour to help the environment is to be the subject of a public meeting in Glasgow.
The Scottish Parliament will become the first UK legislature to host the BBC’s flagship political debate programme, Question Time, when it broadcasts from the unique setting of the Debating Chamber this October as part of this year’s Festival of Politics.
MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee are to visit Dundee, Forfar and Montrose on Monday 3 September.
The Public Petitions Committee has been considering evidence on the issues highlighted by a petition lodged in April 2014 by Elaine Holmes and Olive McIlroy on behalf of the Scottish Mesh Survivors' 'Hear our Voice' campaign.
A collection of award-winning press photography from around the world has gone on display at the Scottish Parliament.
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Closed Captions, using the Official Report of proceedings have been added to a selection of Scottish Parliament videos in YouTube.