Round-up of the year for Policy Scotland, including 2019 in numbers.
Video and full text of Sir Ivan Rogers’ lecture, ‘The Ghost of Christmas yet to come: Looking ahead to the coming year(s) of the Brexit process’, hosted by Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow on 25 November 2019.
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.
The book Changing Education Systems: A Research-based Approach was published in November 2019
Poverty Trends in Scotland 1995-2018 and Policy Change: new work with the Poverty and Inequality Commission from Policy Scotland and SPICe
Policy Scotland has worked with staff members in the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament Information Centre to create a set of briefing materials that detail poverty trends in Scotland since 1995 paired with key policy changes from the UK and Scottish Governments.
An open letter from members of the Standing Council on Europe, a group of independent advisers established by the First Minister of Scotland after the EU referendum in 2016 to consider the impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on Scottish interests.
Philip Rycroft, former Permanent Secretary at the Department for Exiting the EU, examines what might lie ahead for the UK after Brexit.
Scotland’s experiment in deliberative democracy is its new Citizens’ Assembly. In this public lecture, hosted by Policy Scotland, David Martin, the Co-Convenor of the Assembly, will set out his hopes and aspirations for this innovation.
The role of business in supporting the delivery of inclusive growth was the focus for the second meeting of the Regional Inclusive Growth Research Network.
Professor Duncan Maclennan from Policy Scotland has contributed to a new report on housing wealth inequality that has informed the work of the Scottish Poverty and Inequality Commission.