Social Science

Purpose of the group

To provide a forum to draw together social science research on policy topics of interest to MSPs. Doing so will further broaden the evidence base for debate of contemporary issues and the scrutiny of legislation. In addition it will help strengthen the relationships between parliamentarians and academics, encouraging interaction beyond those subjects specifically discussed by the group. 

Forthcoming meetings

9 October 2019 at 6pm

11 December 2019 at 6pm

11 March 2020 (AGM) at 6pm

 

Next meeting: 26 June 2019

This meeting will be held at 6pm.

Agendas/Links

Minutes

Annual Return/Report

Group Officers

Group Members

Non MSP Individuals

Mark Difley 

Organisations

Scottish Policy and Research Exchange (SPRE) - secretary

Academy of Government

AQMEN (Applied Quantitative Methods Network)

Campaign for Social Science

Centre for Energy Policy

Centre for Remote and Rural Studies

Centre for Science, Knowledge and Policy (SKaPE) 

Centre on Constitutional Change

Fraser of Allander institute

Institute for Social Policy, Housing and Equalities Research

International Public Policy Institute

Ipsos MORI Scotland

Policy Scotland

Public Service and Governance Research Group

Royal Society of Edinburgh

RSE Young Academy of Scotland 

ScotCen

Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR)

Scottish Centre for Science, Knowledge and Policy (SKaPE)

Scottish Funding Council

Scottish Graduate School on Social Science 

SRUC Rural Policy Centre

Understanding Inequalities

Universities Scotland

University of Strathclyde, School of Government and Public Policy

What Works Scotland 

Get involved

Next meeting:
26 June 2019

Contact:

nick.bibby@spre.scot

Tel: 0131 651 4735

Contact

Daniel Johnson MSP

Scottish Parliament
Holyrood Road
Edinburgh
EH99 1SP

0131 348 6462 

Cross Party Groups and GDPR

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