This event connected the public with the academic evidence and arguments for and against radical policy changes that might solve problems arising from the COVID-19 crisis.
Policy Scotland was delighted to welcome Professor Mel Ainscow to give a lunchtime seminar as part of his new role as a professor with Policy Scotland at University of Glasgow.
Policy Scotland’s last lunchtime seminar before the summer break focused on research into the aspirations of young Syrian refugees.
The second Policy Scotland lunchtime seminar focused on urban economic growth. See a brief summary and get the presentation.
Policy Scotland’s first lunchtime seminar series was led by Dr Claire Bynner, research team leader at Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, speaking on Closing the participation gap: developing the mindsets and skills for participatory governance in Scotland.
How do we ensure the continued resilience of our towns, cities and landscapes when faced with the implications of climate change?
Policy Scotland is delighted to welcome Johnathan Haskel and Stian Westlake to the University of Glasgow to discuss their new book ‘Capitalism without Capital’.
Policy Scotland presents a panel discussion: ‘Post-industrial Cities & Urban Resilience: Learnings from Scotland and the U.S.’
A roundtable on Community Benefits, Infrastructures and Major Capital Investments.
Expert-led seminar on the private rented sector.