An innovative project based in Kirkcaldy which provides work experience opportunities in horticulture for people with mental health problems will be visited by members of the Health and Sport Committee of the Scottish Parliament on Monday 2 June.
A call for views has today (28 May) been issued on the Legal Writings (Counterparts and Delivery) (Scotland) by the Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee.
Public offered rare opportunity to hear from Head of Mandela Foundation Nandi Mandela at Holyrood
The implications of creating a new food standards body are to be investigated by the Health and Sport Committee as they undertake a visit to Aberdeen today (Monday 26 May).
The European and External Relations Committee’s inquiry to examine the Scottish Government’s proposals for an independent Scotland’s membership of the European Union
The marginalisation of fathers in society and presumption that ‘parent’ means mother, has been challenged by the Equal Opportunities Committee in its report on Fathers and Parenting published today.
An independent Scotland’s position in the world will continue to be examined by the European and External Relations Committee on Thursday.
The Public Audit Committee Report on Police reform has been published today.
Personal Independence Payments (PIP) are to be the focus of Parliamentary examination following the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee’s launch of its scrutiny into the latest round of changes to the welfare system.
The allocation of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) payments to Scotland’s farmers and crofters should be distributed more fairly and additional support is needed for hill farmers according to the Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee.
Key aspects of a wide-ranging Bill aimed at reforming the Scottish civil court processes have been questioned by the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee in a report published today (9 May).
If not, then you need to tune in to the Scottish Parliament at 1pm on Monday 12 May to test your European knowledge against the combined brain power of 124 of Scotland’s primary six pupils who will be battling it out as part of this year’s Euroquiz.
Measures aimed at strengthening the ability of local authorities to tackle the abuse of the blue badge disabled parking scheme have today (7 May 2014) been welcomed by the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Regeneration Committee.
Tougher stance on tax avoidance supported by Finance Committee
An independent Scotland’s position in the world is to be examined by the European and External Relations Committee.