We want to everyone in Scotland to be involved in our work, whatever language they use.
You can use any language (including Gaelic and British Sign Language) to:
- write, email or send BSL videos to the Scottish Parliament or your MSPs
- send in a petition
- send your views to a committee
You can ask us to translate our information into the language you use.
You can ask for an interpreter if you:
- are invited to come and speak to a committee meeting
- want to engage with parliament business in your preferred language
If you want to discuss something with an MSP, you can ask them to arrange an interpreter for a meeting.
Please give us as much notice as possible if you need an interpreter.
Information in other languages
You can see some of our information in other languages on our archive website
We are working on updating this information and moving it to this site.
In the meantime, you can visit our Gaelic and BSL pages.
We have language plans for:
The plans tell you what we will do to support and develop the use of these languages in the Parliament.
We will be updating our language policy in 2022. This page will have more information on the new policy when it’s available.
In the meantime, find the current policy on our archive website.