The Scottish Parliament should be an international human rights leader, according to a report citing research by a University of Stirling academic.
Seminal points in the history of Slovakia will be explored in a lecture by the country’s ambassador to the UK.
The links between climate change impacts – including storms, wildfires and environmental damage – and human rights obligations will be debated at a public event involving a University of Stirling academic at the London School of Economics.
Scotland can show the world how human rights can be effectively enshrined in law, a Scottish Human Rights Commission report authored by a University of Stirling academic has suggested.
A centenary celebration of a leading Scots filmmaker and poet officially begins next month.