Blog| 05/04/2024
David Gow on navigating the post-Brexit landscape as Scotland's pursuit of EU regulatory alignment faces hurdles. While Brussels forges ahead with new standards, can Scotland keep pace? Gow shares insights from a workshop which sheds light on the challenges and the elusive quest for harmonization.
Blog| 02/04/2024
Dr Kirsty Hughes discusses Brexit's legacy in EU-Scotland relations, arguing that while polls suggest UK's reconsideration of EU ties, discussions remain elusive. In Scotland, EU relations are vital, so what's next for this crucial partnership?
Blog| 28/03/2024
Dr Saskia Smellie explores Scotland's unique stance on immigration; looking at the latest research and Scottish attitudes towards migrants and its distinctive narrative landscape and how it differs from the rest of the UK.
Blog| 13/03/2024
Professor Alan Matthews discusses how the EU's revamped Common Agricultural Policy emphasizes sustainability and climate action, with eco-schemes and carbon farming initiatives paving the way for greener agriculture. He argues that as Scotland debates its Agriculture Bill, lessons from EU reforms offer valuable insights.
Blog| 08/03/2024
Professor Maggie Gill shares insights from the Scotland-Europe Initiative workshop on Food and Agriculture, which touched on Europe's implementation of the Farm to Fork Strategy, the delivery of the Just Transition in Scotland, and the definition of 'high-quality' food.
Blog| 06/03/2024
Frank Moeschler on regaining lost ground in Scottish research. As Horizon Europe and Copernicus gain momentum, he argues to leverage these platforms for collaboration, investment, and growth.
Blog| 29/02/2024
Scotland is on the cliff-edge of a cultural recession, argues Wasps Chair Karen Anderson.
Blog| 22/02/2024
Sustaining Scotland's emerging cultural cinema come sharply into focus, revealing an intricate dance between education and industry demands.
Blog| 15/02/2024
Jude Barber advocates for an intersectional feminist approach when it comes to designing and building healthy, sustainable communities.
Blog| 08/02/2024
Leonie Bell declares the V&A Dundee a beacon for cultural growth in Dundee and a global voice for design and culture.
Blog| 06/02/2024
Richard Simpson sheds light on the disparity between political praise and the actual power dynamics at play, where statutory funders often wield unequal influence.
Blog| 01/02/2024
Sean McNamara advocates for the support of libraries, stressing their integral role in democracy, equality, and intellectual freedom.