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.
Videos prepared to provide contexts and ideas for a series of Green Recovery Dialogues intended to progress a just and sustainable recovery from COVID-19.
Policy Scotland and the University’s Centre for Sustainable Solutions have created a partnership with Glasgow City Council to run a series of Green Recovery Dialogues.
Video of a discussion between senior Labour MP Hilary Benn and Policy Scotland’s Deputy Director Des McNulty about Brexit and what it means for Britain’s future.
This Discussion Paper supports understanding of the key elements and options for an emerging participatory research agenda to support, inform and critically consider the development of the community economy in Scotland and more widely. It does this by offering a range of frameworks to support dialogue and participatory research on building such an economy, and…
The Post Pandemic New Normal: The likely Socio-Economic Implications and Policy Choices facing Scotland and the UK
What kind of opportunities, radical reforms and potential policy actions can governments take to create a new form of social contract in the post-pandemic world?
How do we ensure the continued resilience of our towns, cities and landscapes when faced with the implications of climate change?
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.
A book by transport experts argues that decades of neglect in the UK’s rail network cannot be instantly rectified by short term Government investments and price promises.
How output and taxation in relation to North Sea oil and gas activity has an important role to play in the economics and finances of a potentially independent Scotland.