Scottish politicians and academics at Glasgow University have called on authorities to release a former Glasgow University student arrested in Kurdish Iraq and charged with high treason.
Glasgow should restart the refugee dispersal scheme to stop the Home Office from introducing asylum reception centres in barracks and disused oil rigs, claim campaigners.
A Scottish disability charity will consider joining forces with other human rights organisations to take legal action against “discriminatory” and “disproportionate” proposals for compulsory photo ID.
Foxes are still being chased by hounds and shot in public forests, despite outrage about the practice when it was revealed last spring.
Students from Edinburgh Art College say they have been let down after the college hired out studio spaces to Edinburgh International Book Festival instead of restoring postgraduate access.
A father's search for answers after his son's death from alcoholism only leads to more questions about critical flaws and lack of compassion in the system.
Concerns about prison overcrowding and mentally ill women prisoners, previously raised by an international human rights organisation, have not been fully resolved, new research claims.
Human rights organisations claim young trafficking survivors in Scotland – including Vietnamese children found in cannabis factories – are being criminalised instead of protected.
Unions have warned the privatisation of Shetland college could set a dangerous precedent and see other Scottish colleges move out of public ownership.