Event hosted by Glasgow University and Reform Scotland with two politicians from different parties explaining which further powers they would like to see Scotland obtain and how they see the constitution developing.
Recordings and resources from many of the past events hosted and run by Policy Scotland. Select by type of event:
Date: Thursday 24th July 2014 This networking event is intended as a companion session for the main Commonwealth Games Business Conference and provides a complementary Future Cities focus to the UKTI British Business House established in the city for the Games. As Glasgow is the UKs Future City Demonstrator city, it has developed considerable expertise…
Three public engagement debates related to the Commonwealth Games, focused on elite sport, national sport and physcial activity.
Recording of a policy reunion focused on the Scottish Climate Change Act 2009, the most significant piece of legislation approved by the Scottish Parliament in its third session 2007-2011.
The first Perspectives on Conflict conference takes place at Glasgow on 6th June 2014 with speakers from institutions in the UK, Ireland, Belgium, Poland and Turkey. Oscar Wilde noted that, “as long as war is wicked, it will always have its fascination”. But war is but one conflict with which human beings are fascinated. Conflict…
Videos from a public debate about equalities and the Scottish independence referendum debate.
An event for academics, politicians, civic Scotland and the public to discuss and debate the implications of a No vote.
The Policy Scotland homelessness policy reunion event is an opportunity to hear from those most closely involved in the development of the homelessness policy, the ‘inside story’ of how the policy evolved and its passage into legislation.
What makes a prison sentence a turning point for some prisoners? What needs to be in place for turning points to lead to a crime-free life after release? This talk addresses these questions, drawing on current research.
Ahead of the series of events about LGBT lives in Russia and Lithuania, Marc David Jacobs of Edinburgh Film Guild New Cinema, discusses the way in which Russian and Lithuanian filmmakers have explored the experiences and challenges LGBT communities in Russia and Lithuania. This month, in Edinburgh and Glasgow, there is to be a series entitled LGBT…