Ful text of lecture by Professor Jim Gallagher reflecting on where Scotland stands a year after the Independence Referendum.
By Dr Kurt Mills, Senior Lecturer in International Human Rights, Convenor of the Glasgow Human Rights Network The crisis of humanity we see in the Mediterranean and Europe is part of a much larger complex of issues related to how the international community deals with war, atrocities and humanitarian crises. The situation where hundreds of…
Introduction to the Glasgow Human Rights Network (GHRN) blog.
Public lecture by Professor Mashood Baderin, SOAS, UN Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in the Sudan.
Policy Scotland Welfare Reform Network event to discuss current issues with the Work Capability Assessment.
Policy Scotland is pleased to be working alongside the Glasgow Human Rights Network, working together to disseminate research and facilitate discussions. The Glasgow Human Rights Network is a network of scholars and practitioners throughout Scotland who study and work to protect human rights in Scotland and beyond. The network facilitates research, teaching and knowledge exchange…
Lecture by Professor Jim Gallagher one year on from the Independence Referendum in which he argues that it’s time for an act of “constitutional generosity”.
Research from Sheffield Hallam University documents the financial losses at the national, regional, local authority and neighbourhood level. as a resulty of welfare reform.
Reflection on language on the first anniversary of the 2014 Referendum on Scottish Independence.
How social media play a role in broadening the conversation during the 2014 independence referendum.