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LGiU Scotland is here to help share policy information for local government across Scotland, so we’re developing a schedule of occasional events to help politicians and officers in local government explore and share policy development. We’ll also post other events that may be of interest.

Our launch events took place in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Let us know what events would be useful to you – for example:

  • informal networking meetings?
  • seminars exploring major themes?
  • events on specific new policy/legislation?

And if you can help by hosting, let us know too!

Culture, Health and Wellbeing in Rural Scotland

This free to attend briefing and discussion event is a joint collaboration between VHS and the Scottish Rural Health Partnership. The event will explore a range of topics concerning the relationship between cultural interventions and our health and wellbeing, with the focus on rural Scotland. Engagement…

Social Innovation Lab

For the first time ever, EUROCITIES is organising a Social Innovation Lab. The theme is ‘Making Inclusive Cities through Social Innovation‘. We aim to address new and emerging social challenges in cities by fostering co-learning, co-sharing and co-creation of innovative solutions. We will gather more…

Fairer Scotland Duty Event – Glasgow

The Improvement Service, in partnership with the Scottish Government, is holding three regional events on the Fairer Scotland Duty (FSD). These events are an opportunity for those public bodies who are subject to the Duty to come together and discuss how they are implementing it.…

Understanding Social Investment

This workshop is for anyone looking for a greater understanding of social investment, and time to explore the opportunities and challenges in relation their own particular scenario. Come and find out: What is social investment and is it right for me? About using grants, shares…

Scotland 2030: A Citizen’s Income?

Join an expert panel to explore the opportunities and challenges in implementing a citizen’s basic income in Scotland.