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PARLIAMENTARY INTERNS ATTEND SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT OPENING CEREMONY
05 October 2021
The John Smith Centre was proud nominate three young people to take part in the Opening Ceremony of the Scottish Parliament on 2 October.
APPLICATIONS OPEN – JOHN SMITH PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD 2022-2023
14 September 2021
Applications are now open for the next John Smith Public ...
APPLICATIONS OPEN – 2022 PARLIAMENTARY INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
13 September 2021
Applications for the 2022 Parliamentary Internship Programme are now open! The 2022
MENTORS WANTED FOR MINORITY ETHNIC EMERGING LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
08 September 2021
As part of the John Smith Centre Minority Ethnic Emerging Leaders Programme, we are looking for mentors from minority ethnic backgrounds with experien...
RESEARCH AND EXTERNAL ENGAGEMENT OFFICER
01 September 2021
Part time - £29,614 – £33,309 pro-rata Glasgow - Closing 12th September 2021 Advertised from 27th August 2021 This post is part time (21 hou...
KEZIA DUGDALE AND MINOUCHE SHAFIK AT THE EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
05 August 2021
Minouche Shafik: Recipe for a Better Society Join Kezia Dugdale, Director of the John Smith Centre, and Minouche Shafik, Director of the Lon...
NEW REPORT SHOWS INCREASE IN BAME REPRESENTATION IN UK POSITIONS OF POWER
29 July 2021
A new report from Our Black Vote (OBV) has found that British Black, Asian and Minority ethnic representation at the top levels of power and publi...
PROMINENT SCOTS BACK MINORITY ETHNIC EMERGING LEADERS PROGRAMME
21 June 2021
The John Smith Centre is delighted to have the backing of leading Scots for its Minority...
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR MINORITY ETHNIC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
21 June 2021
Applications have opened for a new leadership development programme in Scotland aime...
KEZIA DUGDALE: WHAT THE PUBLIC THINKS OF VIRTUAL PARLIAMENTS
17 May 2021
Kezia Dugdale: What the public thinks of virtual parliaments This article first appeared in
MAJORITY OF PUBLIC WANTS REMOTE PARLIAMENT TO CONTINUE
17 May 2021
Majority of public wants remote parliament to continue
CARE, RIGHTS AND COVID-19 – 18 MAY, 12PM
07 May 2021
Join us to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the human rights of care experienced people in Scotland. Taking place online at
John Smith Centre