The 'Get Involved' series

Common Questions

Common Questions

Common Questions answers some of the questions that you most frequently ask of the Parliament.

You and Your Parliament

You and Your Parliament

You & Your Parliament gives you an overview of how MSPs represent you and how you can interact with the Scottish Parliament.

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Making the Scottish Parliament work for you

Making the Scottish Parliament work for you highlights the ways in which you can engage with the Scottish Parliament. It also outlines key facts about the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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Making the Scottish Parliament work for you (easy read)

Making the Scottish Parliament work for you - Easy Read has been produced in straightforward English and with images that help to illustrate important points. The leaflet outlines key facts about the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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Petitioning the Scottish Parliament

A short introduction to the Scottish Parliament's public petitions system.

Voting and the Scottish Parliament

Voting and the Scottish Parliament

Voting and the Scottish Parliament explains how to register to vote, what's involved in voting and how your vote counts.

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Gaelic in the Scottish Parliament

Information on Gaelic services for the public, Gaelic services for MSPs and staff and the SPCB Gaelic Language Plan.

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Appearing before a Scottish Parliament committee

In the Parliament’s Standing Orders appearing before a committee is called 'giving evidence' and those who appear are referred to as witnesses. This leaflet gives general information on appearing before a Scottish Parliament committee.