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On a momentus day in Scotland for trans rights, as the Gender Recognition Reform Bill clears stage 1 at the Scottish Parliament, we have a recent Women In Public Affairs Scotland interview with campaigner and NUS Scotland president Ellie Gomersall. Enjoy!Door Andrew Jackson
 
This week we look at proposals to add a range of economic, social and cultural rights to Scotland's human rights firmament. The SPICe briefing we refer to can be found here: https://digitalpublications.parliament.scot/ResearchBriefings/Report/2022/3/16/fcf45055-9ebf-48ca-b2b6-11787fcb3232Door Andrew Jackson
 
This week, WIPA's Lucy Miller, Clare Slipper & Kimberley Somerside sign us off for the summer talking about abortion, buffer zones, independence and what they're looking forward to next parliamentary term. You can donate to Walk the Walk here: https://walkthewalk.enthuse.com/donate#!/ and email WIPA Scotland at wipascotland@gmail.com…
 
This week the Women in Public Affairs (WIPA) Scotland team speaks to Talat Yaqoob, award-winning campaigner and writer specialising in women’s equality and anti-racism. The episode is a segment from an event focused on Talat's incredible work and women's particpation in politics and public life.Door Andrew Jackson
 
For this week's Women in Public Affairs Scotland takeover, Kimberley Somerside and Clare Slipper speak to Eilidh Dickson, Policy and Parliamentary Manager at Engender (Scotland). Listen in to their chat about misogyny and criminal justice and the Scottish Parliament's gender audit, plus what they've been enjoying reading!…
 
This week, Clare Slipper, Sarah Cowie and Debbie McCreath from Women in Public Affairs Scotland talk about Scotland's growing bioeconomy, and the opportunities that Scottish innovation and technology can create for food production and land management.Door Andrew Jackson
 
In this week's Women in Public Affairs Scotland takeover, Kimberley Somerside and Clare Slipper talk about the only show in town - COP26. With a guest contribution from Lucy Miller, listen in to their discussion on COP26 ambitions, inspiration from climate activists, and the diplomacy around tackling the climate crisis.…
 
This week: Women in Public Affairs Scotland talks to Jimmy Paul & Denisha Killoh of the Wellbeing Economy Alliance about what wellbeing economics are, why they matter, what people in public affairs can do to influence decision makers and what a wellbeing economy looks like in practice…plus a cat.Door Andrew Jackson
 
This week we talk to Graham Atkins of the Institute for Government about their recent report ‘Devolved Public Services: The NHS, schools and social care in the four nations’. How is Scotland doing in the UK context? Listen in & find out! You can find the report here: https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/publications/devolved-public-services…
 
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