With Scottish universities establishing branches across the globe and students referred to as ‘customers’, has education taken one step too far into the world of big business and what does it mean for future Scottish students looking to enter higher education? Join panellists Professor Ferdinand von Prondzynski, Robert Moran, Professor Leslie Young and Amy McDermott.
The very best of international photojournalism has returned to the Parliament with the World Press Photo winners on display in the Main Hall from now until 22 August.
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Video: Exhibitions open at Holyrood
Photo: 'Side Effects' is a documentary project about the complex relationship between humans and nature. Arial photo of Poland by Kacper Kowalski
Michael Peto: Politics in Focus celebrates the Hungarian-born photographer who witnessed some of the most historic moments of the 1950s and 1960s.
The exhibition, on display in the Parliament until 22 August, includes photographs of iconic figures, including Nelson Mandela, and Jenny Eirian Davies.
The Pentland Hills Regional Park Boundary Bill aims to extend the existing southern boundary of the Park so that it encompasses all (or substantially all) of the Pentland Hills range.
If you consider that you may be adversely affected by the Bill, you can now contact the Pentland Park Bill Committee to lodge your objection.
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