The Scottish Parliament's travelling exhibition Moving Stories is currently touring around Scotland highlighting how people can get involved with their Parliament.
The interactive exhibtions tell the inspiring stories of ten Scots who through campaigning and engaging with the Parliament have made a difference in a devolved Scotland. The exhibits include Gemma Mackintosh, who campaigned on behalf of young people with visual impairments, and Walter Baxter, who campaigned to stop the closure of specialist units for people with brain injuries.
The exhibition stories pages contain the stories of Gemma and Walter, and those of Amal Azzudin, Rebecca Brown, Claire Ewing, Tina McGeever, John Macleod, John Muir, Reverend Iain MacDonald and Bob Reid in their own words. Each has a story to tell about democracy in action.
Hear the sitters describe their experiences in their own words.
Details of past and future tour venues.