The Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Ken Macintosh MSP, and Holyrood Conveners Clare Adamson MSP and Edward Mountain MSP will begin a series of engagements on behalf of the Scottish Parliament to mark Scotland Week on Sunday 2 April.
Proposals to outlaw psychological domestic abuse are to be considered by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee.
An exhibition of the shortlisted designs for a National Holocaust Memorial and Educational Centre has been unveiled at The Scottish Parliament.
Scotland’s Futures Forum - the Scottish Parliament’s in-house think tank - launches its Scotland 2030 programme later this week (Wednesday 29 March).
The “alarming distrust” between groups that tackle Scotland’s worst wildlife crimes must come to an end, a Committee has warned today.
Glasgow is to be the focus for the Scottish Parliament's Social Security Committee as it begins looking at proposals aimed at tackling child poverty.
Young people from colleges across Scotland – from Shetland to the Scottish Borders – will take over the Scottish Parliament’s Debating Chamber on Friday to discuss the important issues that affect their everyday lives.
The Scottish Parliament is today marking Commonwealth Day 2017, under the theme ‘A Peace-building Commonwealth’.
Holyrood committee conveners who go on maternity or paternity leave will be able to return to the same job, if a new rule proposed by the Standards and Procedures Committee is endorsed by Parliament.
Climate change targets across all of Scotland’s sectors should be “equally challenging”, according to a Holyrood report published today.
The Scottish Parliament will next week be invited to nominate Bruce Adamson to Her Majesty the Queen for appointment as the new Commissioner for Children and Young People in Scotland.
An interim report considering what changes may be required to Holyrood's budget process as a result of the further devolution of financial powers has been published today.
The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee is encouraging individuals, the bus industry and other organisations to share their views on the Seat Belts on School Transport (Scotland) Bill, recently introduced by Gillian Martin MSP.
A Holyrood report is calling on the Scottish Government to produce a new crofting bill by the end of the current session of Parliament which fully meets the needs of crofting communities in the 21st century.
The concept of a minimum guaranteed income, known as the citizen’s income, will today (9 March) be explored by the Scottish Parliament’s Social Security Committee.
Homeless people in Perth and Kinross met with MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Communities Committee when they visited Churches Action for the Homeless (CATH) this week.
Holyrood’s European Committee has called for a bespoke solution on Brexit that reflects Scotland’s majority vote to remain in the single market to be explored with the ‘EU 27’ in negotiations before and after the UK Government triggers Article 50.
Joint talks on Brexit have been held today at the Scottish Parliament, with Members of the European committees of the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly for Wales and the London Assembly all participating.
Hundreds of women from across Scotland will come together to celebrate International Women’s Day at the Scottish Parliament this weekend.
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