A 17-year-old who campaigned about asylum seekers will be one of the key speakers at a Young Women in Politics seminar to be held at the Scottish Parliament this Friday.
The Presiding Officer George Reid MSP made an announcement to Members of the Scottish Parliament today.
MSPs will today take part in the last MSPs in Schools event before the dissolution of Parliament ahead of May’s elections.
The Scottish Parliament will tomorrow (Tuesday 20 February) publish online the final quarter year’s information on MSPs' expenses claimed during the financial year 2005/2006.
The Scottish Parliament’s Justice 1 Committee has today published an extensive report on its inquiry into the Scottish Criminal Record Office and the Scottish Fingerprint Service.
Chair of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights (CEHR), Trevor Phillips, will be the keynote speaker at a unique event to be held on 23 February at the Scottish Parliament.
The proportion of funds invested in mental health services has fallen over the past six years according to research commissioned by the Parliament’s Health Committee.
Transparent and meaningful dialogue between the promoter and objectors to the Edinburgh Airport Rail Link (EARL) Bill has resulted in an improved bill, a parliamentary committee said today.
As Scottish Environment Week draws to a close, the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body (SPCB) announced today that it has achieved a prestigious certificate for its environmental management system.
Evidence of the effectiveness of Scotland ’s ban on smoking in public places will be considered tomorrow (Tuesday, 6 February, 2007 ) by the Parliament’s Health Committee.
The Scottish Executive could do more to support the private sector to increase its investment in research and development, according to a report published today by the European and External Relations Committee.