Two directors of What Works Scotland have recently shared their expertise and insights with the Scottish Parliament.
The Commission is looking at how the Scottish Parliament can engage better with the people of Scotland and how its work can be improved to deliver better scrutiny.
Oliver’s summary notes and ideas about the issue of widening participation and engagement in parliamentary business is available on the Citizen Participation Network blog.
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Professor Ken Gibb, Professor in Housing Economics at the University of Glasgow and Director of Policy Scotland, attended the Local Government and Communities Committee which took evidence related to scrutiny of the Scottish Government’s Draft Budget 2017-18 on 16 November.
This clip includes Ken’s contributions, and the full committee session is available on the Scottish Parliament online TV channel.
Ken returned to the Scottish Parliament the following day to speak to the Social Security Committee about work programme priorities during a discussion about the impact on Scotland of the new welfare reforms.
You can see the work programme priorities section in this clip or watch the full committee session on the Scottish Parliament online TV channel