Urgent action across all sectors is essential if Scotland’s ambitious climate and net zero emissions targets are to be met, according to the reports of four Holyrood Committees published today.
The rights of women, older people, children and black and minority ethnic communities must be at the forefront of policy-makers’ minds as Scotland exits the pandemic
The frontline role of women across Scotland in dealing with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is to be celebrated as part of a virtual event, to be held on International Women’s Day.
Representatives from the social care sector have told the Health and Sport Committee that proposals to reform the sector should be implemented as soon as possible, and not be another positive set of words with no action.
A Scottish Parliament Committee has criticised the implementation of the 2015 Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act
An inquiry into the resilience of the Scottish Parliament’s practices and procedures has today recommended a number of changes to ensure the Scottish Parliament can face future challenges.
It is highly likely that Covid 19 has exacerbated existing structural inequalities in Scotland, according to the Finance and Constitution Committee’s budget report published today.
A panel of the public convened by the Scottish Parliament’s Covid-19 Committee has today reported its findings to MSPs.
A radical revision of primary care is essential to ensure the next generation of citizens receive the care they need, according to the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
Holyrood needs to define more clearly its scrutiny role in response to Brexit, according to a new report published today.
A Health and Sport Committee report into the future of social care has said those delivering and receiving care must be at the heart of social care reform with the current model described as unsustainable.