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…
Analysis of tweets using #indyref hashtag in early 2014 and identifies those issues most frequently discussed.
Call for papers for a conference focused on a different direction for economic policy to achieve the objectives of a sustainable and equitable Scotland.
New research on the Scottish census data shows that 1 in 6 of Scotland’s households of two or more people are multi-ethnic. Ethnic diversity is increasing throughout Scottish society, as immigrants have settled in new areas, and the mix of ethnic groups has grown. A comparison of recent censuses in Scotland by the Centre on…
Speech by Denis Curran at a Scottish Parliament Welfare Reform Committee about foodbank use.
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.
Housing tenure has little to do with economic and social policy performance. So is the UK set to continue its recent shift from home ownership to rental?
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…
After a century and more when Scotland has been one of the ‘poor relations’ within the UK, it now has a poverty rate which is lower than the national average.