The Scottish Parliament's travelling exhibition Moving Stories toured the length and breadth of Scotland, from the Scottish Borders to Stornoway from April 2009 up until April 2013, taking in 27 different venues along the way.
Highlighting how people can get involved with their Parliament this interactive exhibition told the inspiring stories of ten Scots who through campaigning and engaging with Parliament have made a difference in a devolved Scotland.
List of Exhibitors
Amal Azzudin, Glasgow, campaigned against practice of dawn raids on failed asylum seekers.
Walter Baxter, North East Scotland, organised a petition objecting to the merging of specialist care for people suffering a brain haemorrhage.
Rebecca Brown, Central Scotland, carried out a work placement at her local MSP constituency office.
Claire Ewing, Mid Scotland and Fife, Member of the Scottish Youth Parliament representing Dunfermline West.
Rev Iain MacDonald, Highlands and Islands, led Time for Reflection in the Scottish Parliament.
John Macleod, Lothian, lodged two petitions on Gaelic matters and is heavily involved in Gaelic and Gaelic cultural matters in Edinburgh.
Gemma Mackintosh, Highlands and Islands, campaigns for improved support for those living in Scotland with a visual impairment.
Tina McGeever, North East Scotland, submitted an e-petition on ability to access cancer drugs on NHS.
John Muir, West Scotland, submitted a petition on tackling knife crime.
Bob Reid, Central Scotland, held an MSP sponsored exhibition at the Parliament about his campaign to establish off-road motorbike facilities for young people.