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KEZIA DUGDALE: LOBBYING SCANDAL WON’T HURT MPs WHEN PUBLIC OPINION IS SO LOW
Read Kezia Dugdale's Financial Times article on the recent lobbying scandal at Westminster
PARLIAMENTARY INTERNS ATTEND SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT OPENING CEREMONY
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
Robertson Scholars can now apply for the next John Smith Public Service Award.
APPLICATIONS OPEN – 2022 PARLIAMENTARY INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
Applications are now open for the 2022 Parliamentary Internship Programme, open to all 3rd and 4th year University of Glasgow students.
MENTORS WANTED FOR MINORITY ETHNIC EMERGING LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
We are looking for mentors from minority ethnic backgrounds with experience of working within the public and/or third sectors who are passionate about...
RESEARCH AND EXTERNAL ENGAGEMENT OFFICER
The School of Social & Political Sciences are currently recruiting for a Research and External Engagement Officer to join their team.
KEZIA DUGDALE AND MINOUCHE SHAFIK AT THE EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
Join Kezia Dugdale and Minouche Shafik for a conversation around what the key principles for a social contract for every society around the world woul...
NEW REPORT SHOWS INCREASE IN BAME REPRESENTATION IN UK POSITIONS OF POWER
A new report from Our Black Vote (OBV) has found that British Black, Asian and Minority ethnic representation at the top leaves of power and public li...
PROMINENT SCOTS BACK MINORITY ETHNIC EMERGING LEADERS PROGRAMME
The John Smith Centre is delighted to have the backing of leading Scots for its Minority Ethnic Emerging Leaders Programme.
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR MINORITY ETHNIC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Applications have opened for a new leadership development programme in Scotland aimed at removing barriers faced by minority ethnic people.
KEZIA DUGDALE: WHAT THE PUBLIC THINKS OF VIRTUAL PARLIAMENTS
Read Kezia Dugdale's Times Red Box article on recent John Smith Centre poll
MAJORITY OF PUBLIC WANTS REMOTE PARLIAMENT TO CONTINUE
A new poll has revealed that a majority of people in the UK want remote debates and votes to continue in parliament after Covid restrictions are lift...