Community Benefits, Infrastructures and Major Capital Investments Roundtable

The Crichton Institute, a Research Institution in Glasgow University, hosted a roundtable on Community Benefits, Infrastructures and Major Capital Investments. Hosted by Professor Carol Hill, Head of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Director of Campus and of the Crichton Institute, the roundtable was organised by Dr Cristina Orsatti, Associate Researcher in Regeneration, facilitated by Professor…

Newspapers from 25 June 2016 including the Mirror, with headline reading 'So what the hell happens now?'

David Martin MEP’s speech on Brexit

On Monday 20 November 2017, David Martin MEP presented a talk entitled ‘Brexit: Who is taking back control?’ in the Sir Charles Wilson Lecture Theatre at the University of Glasgow, one of a series of Policy Scotland events on Brexit. David is is one of the longest serving members of the European parliament where he has…

HOUSING MARKET POLICIES FOR CANADA: SHORT TERM MEASURES AND SYSTEM CHALLENGES

Duncan Maclennan and David Graham[1] 9th October, 2017 Email: Duncan.Maclennan@Glasgow.ac.uk Pressured Markets and Policy Measures: Canadian Responses. Shaping Futures: Canada in Context The University of Glasgow has recently led a major cross-national collaboration, Shaping Futures, that explored emerging issues in housing policy. The project involved the Universities of Glasgow, Toronto and New South Wales, along…

Challenges of Settling in Rural Scotland: Drawing Parallels between ‘New Scots’ Refugees and Central & Eastern European Migrants

Holly Porteous, SSAMIS Project, Swansea University/University of Glasgow   In 2015, the joint Scottish Government, COSLA and Scottish Refugee Council scheme ‘New Scots: Integrating Refugees in Scotland’s Communities’ widened its scope in response to the Scottish Government’s commitment to resettling a further 20,000 refugees by 2020. Since 2015, this has entailed the expansion of settlement…