University of Strathclyde
Women who served as councillors across Scotland have faced threats of violence racist abuse, and sexual harassment during their time in office, as new figures reveal that one in three female councillors stepped down at the 2022 election.
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.
All but one of Scotland’s 15 universities fail to keep a record of student suicides, prompting criticism and calls for change.
Chinese cultural centres in Scottish universities promote Chinese Communist Party propaganda and “threaten academic freedom and freedom of expression”, claims a new report.
The mental health crisis at Scottish universities: stories from students
Scottish Government proposals for the introduction of electronic voting could leave Scotland vulnerable to election interference by foreign agents, campaigners have claimed.