‘What women want, What women need,’ is the theme at this year’s International Women’s Day to be celebrated at the Scottish Parliament on Saturday.
The Presiding Officer today oversaw the arrival of the latest feature in the Scottish Parliament garden – two bee hives.
The priorities of Greece as it holds the six-monthly presidency of the Council of the European Union will be outlined tomorrow by the Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic of Greece to the United Kingdom, His Excellency Konstantinos Bikas.
The experiences of the Scottish Parliament in promoting inward investment and economic competitiveness will be presented to a gathering of international parliamentarians by the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee Convener Murdo Fraser MSP.
On Thursday 27 February, Members of the European and External Relations Committee will hear from their Irish counterparts via video conference as part of the Committee’s inquiry into the Scottish Government's proposals for an independent Scotland
Years of regeneration policies have delivered few long-lasting outcomes for the most deprived communities in Scotland according to a report issued today by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee.
Views on far-reaching changes to the Scottish civil courts system are being sought by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee in a call for evidence published today.
Do you want to know more about what the Parliament is doing to tackle poor conditions in the private rented housing sector? Or how landlords allocate social housing and tackle anti-social behaviour?
Shieldinch will welcome a new visitor later this month when the Scottish Parliament’s Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Tricia Marwick MSP, visits the set of the popular BBC One programme, River City.
An international conference exploring the experiences of female parliamentarians and the representation of women in politics is to take place at the Scottish Parliament on Sunday 16 March.