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.
The main COP26 youth conference is under fire for accepting sponsorship from a firm which provides engineering services to the oil and gas industry and previously constructed and maintained Guantanamo Bay.
Concerns have been raised over a decision by NHS Fife to suspend investigating patients' complaints due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and staff shortages.
UK's increasingly privatised immigration and border industry prompts critics to voice concerns that “corporate actors” are profiting at the expense of human rights.
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.
Arms firms given taxpayers’ money by Scottish Enterprise have been linked to the displacement of tens of thousands civilians escaping fighting.
Ferret Fact Service looked at a claim by Nigel Farage about the work of the RNLI.
Scotland needs a radical shift in the way that power and influence are distributed to help address democratic deficits and rebuild trust in the political process.
The Scottish Government had decided not to apologise to victims of historic forced adoption before meeting with a leading campaigner, it has been revealed.