View of city skyline with rusty railings and metal girders in foreground
Policy Scotland in partnership with the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) presents a panel discussion: ‘Post-industrial Cities & Urban Resilience: Learnings from Scotland and the U.S.’ Details Glasgow and Pittsburgh are connected by a shared post-industrial history (focused on shipbuilding and steelmaking respectively), and also […]

Event: Post-industrial Cities & Urban Resilience panel discussion

David Martin MEP is one of the longest serving members of the European parliament where he has served in a number of prominent posts. He was the European Parliament’s rapporteur on what became the Maastricht and Amsterdam Treaties and served as Vice-President of the European Parliament from 1989 to 2004, the longest period anyone has served […]

David Martin MEP: BREXIT- who is taking back control

Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow is delighted to announce that former UK Ambassador to the European Union Sir Ivan Rogers will give the latest in a series of public lectures on Brexit on October 16th. The talk, “The History and Origins of Brexit” – which will take place […]

Sir Ivan Rogers – The History and Origins of Brexit

Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow is delighted to announce that Scotland’s Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in Europe Michael Russell MSP is to give a major speech on Brexit in the latest event in our lecture series. At an event in the Kelvin Hall at 6.30pm […]

Michael Russell MSP – Brexit and the implications for higher ...

The Scottish Centre on European Relations and the International Public Policy Institute are pleased to invite you to their upcoming event: Scotland-EU Relations as Brexit Talks Unfold Fiona Hyslop MSP – Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs   Introduction by Dr Kirsty Hughes Director · Scottish Centre on […]

Scotland-EU Relations as Brexit Talks Unfold – Fiona Hyslop MSP

In the wake of the news that the University of Glasgow is set to lead a major new UK-wide evidence centre on housing (CaCHE), Policy Scotland and the University’s Urban Studies department are delighted to invite you to an expert-led seminar on the private rented sector. Coming in the midst […]

Expert-led seminar to examine private rented sector

Policy Scotland last week welcomed senior German MEP David McAllister to the University of Glasgow – who gave an insider’s view on how the Brexit process is being viewed in both Brussels and Berlin and offered insight into how the European institutions would approach the forthcoming Brexit negotiations. Mr McAllister […]

Policy Scotland welcomes senior German MEP

In a joint event between Policy Scotland and the Stevenson Trust, the Principal of the University of Glasgow Professor Anton Muscatelli will give his view on the consequences of Brexit on the future of the Scottish and UK economy at 6pm on Tuesday 21st March in the Sir Charles Wilson building. […]

Anton Muscatelli lecture – Brexit and the future of the ...

In the latest in a series of expert events on Brexit, Policy Scotland and the department for Central and European Studies are delighted to welcome Dr. Károly Grúber to the University of Glasgow for a seminar on the possible foreign and security policy consequences of Brexit. Dr Grúber is Head of […]

Foreign and security policy consequences of Brexit – a view ...

In the latest in Policy Scotland’s series of lectures on Brexit, the University of Glasgow is delighted to be hosting senior Scots-German MEP David McAllister to give an address, “Brexit: Where does the UK and Europe go from here?” Mr McAllister has previously served as Prime Minister of Lower Saxony, […]

Senior German MEP David McAllister to give Brexit lecture

We were delighted to welcome Lord Kerr for our 2017 Annual Lecture last week – with almost 300 people packed into the Sir Charles Wilson lecture theatre to hear the former EU Ambassador give speak on “Brexit:  Is the Train-Crash Avoidable?”. After being welcomed by the Principal, Lord Kerr gave […]

2017 Annual Lecture roundup

Policy Scotland’s series of events on Brexit will continue in the New Year, with the 2017 Annual Lecture to be delivered by Lord John Kerr – the former UK ambassador to the EU and the USA – who drafted Article 50, which sets out the procedure for leaving the European […]

Brexit: Is the Train-Crash Avoidable?

Countdown to Brexit: where next for UK and Europe? Date: Friday 18 November 2016 Venue: Sir Charles Wilson Lecture Theatre, University of Glasgow Doors open: 5.30pm Event begins: 6.30pm Event ends: 7.45pm The Policy Scotland Brexit series continues with a panel of leading experts discussing the threats and opportunities of Brexit, presented in partnership with The Conversation. […]

Countdown to Brexit: where next for UK and Europe?

Brexit and Freedom of Movement: A Continental Perspective on the Post-Industrial Society Professor Josef Konvitz Date: 7 November 2016 Time: 13:00-14:00 Location: Yudowitz Room, Wolfson Medical School Building, University of Glasgow In the second in the Brexit lecture series from Policy Scotland Josef Konvitz address freedom of movement and asks […]

Event 7 November – Policy Scotland Lecture Series

‘The 2016 Presidential Election: It Ain’t Over ’til It’s Over’ Professor Chris Carman, University of Glasgow Date: 25 Ocotober 2016 Time: 6pm Location: Sir Charles Wilson Lecture Theatre All staff, students, and members of the public are welcome.  No advance booking is necessary. The 2016 U.S. Presidential cycle has been […]

Event 25 October – The Stevenson Trust For Citizenship Lecture

The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland. Professor Jim Gallagher Date: 10 October 2016 Time: 13:00-14:00 Location: Room 257 Hugh Fraser, Wolfson Medical School , University of Glasgow. In the first in a series of lectures hosted by Policy Scotland examining the […]

Event 10 October – Policy Scotland Lecture Series

From Cities Policies to City Policy: innovative pathways to Urban Transformation Date: 8th June 2016, 12.15 -5.00pm, Venue: Zone B, The Tontine Building, 20 Trongate, Glasgow Spaces are limited so please register your interest using Eventbrite. The last five years have witnessed substantial shifts in policy approaches to cities across […]

June 8th – Policy Scotland – ESRC – Urban Transformations

Professor David Bell Thursday 9th June 2016, 3-5pm – Wolfson Medical School, The Hugh Fraser Seminar Room 2, The University of Glasgow Professor David Bell, who has written extensively on the economics of constitutional change and the Scottish economy, has interesting evidence to share on the economic issues associated with […]

Leave or Remain: the Economics of Brexit

Presenting First Wave findings from the ESRC ‘Welfare Conditionality: Sanctions, Support and Behaviour Change’ project. When: 9 June 2016, 9am – 1pm Where: Laphroaig Theatre, IET Glasgow: Teacher Building, 14 St Enoch Square, Glasgow G1 4DB Registration: Free at Eventbrite. Programme 9am Arrival with tea/coffees 9.30am Welcome and Introduction Hugh […]

9th June – Welfare Reform Network – Welfare Conditionality Social ...

When: Wednesday 16th March 2016 Time: 5pm – 6:30pm Where: East Quad Lecture Theatre (226), University of Glasgow Main Building, Glasgow, UK On 16th March 2016, CREATe will host a public lecture by Dr. Rufus Pollock, titled ‘Making an Open Information Age: Power, freedom and inequality in an age of […]

Upcoming event: Making an Open Information Age: Power, freedom and ...