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Broadcast live on 1 Dec 2015 from the Scottish Parliament with Duncan Halley.

South West Norway and Highland Scotland are closely similar in climate, geology and landforms; but very different in land cover, human population and land use. SW Norway is rapidly reforesting but Scotland is not. Rural areas are more...
Speaker: Frode Lindtvedt, Director of Local Democracy, International Politics and External Affairs at KS

March 9 2017 - 17.30 -19.30 at the Scottish Parliament
Monday, January 30, 2017
People Sized Government : Lessons from Norway
Sponsored by Maree Todd MSP

Supported by the Scottish Government

Speaker: Frode Lindtvedt, Director of Local Democracy, International Politics and External Affairs at KS

March 9 - 17.30 -19.30 at the Scottish Parliament

Scotland has the largest...
This is an edited recording of the launch event for a new report, published by the Buchanan Institute, titled: Making the Case for a Universal Basic Income (PDF format): buchananinst.org/...INAL-1.pdf

This event was held on the 26th of January 2017 at the University of...
Dr. Martin Mills, University of Aberdeen Senate member and Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, talking about how UoA has been re-democratised over the last months (this is Dr Mills full presentation without Q&As).

For coverage of the full session see here: youtube.com/...3BL6kfEyPc

For more...
Dr. Martin Mills, University of Aberdeen Senate member and Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, talking about how UoA has been re-democratised over the last months (this is Dr Mills full presentation including Q&A).

For coverage of the full session see here: youtube.com/...3BL6kfEyPc

For more...
This was part of - Academic freedom: ‘national security’ threats in Turkey, India and the UK. youtube.com/...WHSEdM_xBU
This was part of - Academic freedom: ‘national security’ threats in Turkey, India and the UK. youtube.com/...WHSEdM_xBU

Speakers: Andrew Neal, Douglas Chalmers, Khadijah Elshayyal
Commentator: Jamie Allinson
Moderator: Tuna Kuyucu

For full speaker bios, see:...
An event hosted by the Electoral Reform Society Scotland and the University of Edinburgh to examine the citizens' assembly coming later this year in Scotland while exploring the experience of the Irish Citizens' Assemblies. A sold-out panel discussion Joanna Cherry QC MP, David Martin (Scottish citizens' assembly...
Following a challenging question from Mark McLaughlin of The Times, Louise Caldwell explains that it is the PROCESS of the assembly where the magic happens and the journalistic focus should be. The first and third contributors in this clip are David Martin (co-convener of the Scottish citizens' assembly) and Prof...
The Scottish Government has proposed a Citizens’ Assembly on Scotland’s future, providing an opportunity for greater citizen engagement on issues facing the country. A Citizens’ Assembly in Scotland provides the opportunity to democratically work through complex constitutional issues...
What do you expect MPs to do when a rightwing US TV station slags off their country? Well, Danish MP Dan Jorgensen decided not to get angry, but more than even. His Youtube video riposte to Fox News last year got almost forty million views online.

Now he’s coming to Edinburgh to tell...
Tor Ingebrigtsen is professor of clinical neuroscience at the University of Tromsø, the Arctic University of Norway and senior adviser to the CEO at the University Hospital of North Norway (UNN) in Tromsø, Norway.

Chaired by Lesley Riddoch, writer and broadcaster



Spending on health in Scotland is proportionally...
Tor Ingebrigtsen is professor of clinical neuroscience at the University of Tromsø, the Arctic University of Norway and senior adviser to the CEO at the University Hospital of North Norway (UNN) in Tromsø, Norway.

Chaired by Lesley Riddoch, writer and broadcaster



Spending on health in Scotland is proportionally...
..and can Scots follow their lead?
..and can Scots follow their lead?
Thanks to the Scottish government's centenary fund we are able to offer this free conference to celebrate 100 years of womens suffrage in Scotland. Helping us do that will be a range of influential speakers including Professor SarahPedersen, Gillian Martin MSP, Maggie Chapman CoCo of The...
Thanks to the Scottish government Centenary fund we are able to offer this free conference to celebrate 100 years of womens suffrage in Scotland. helping us to that will be a range of influential speakers including Professor Sarah Pedersen, Gillian Martin MSP, Maggie Chapman Co Co of The...
Scotland flag - the saltire Made In Scotland. For Scotland.
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