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19th September 2014
post by Clare de Mowbray
University experts offer wide-ranging analysis of the Scottish Independence Referendum outcome.

Academics from the University of Edinburgh and two research projects, the Centre on Constitutional Change and the Future of the UK and Scotland Programme put the vote in its wider political, economic and cultural context.

Read more: www.ed.ac.uk/news/2014/indyrefpressconfe­rence-180914
6th September 2014
post by Nicola McEwen
Tollcross Community Centre. 2 weeks before Referendum Day in Scotland. The Active Citizens Group & other community partipants attend a presentation from Prof. Nicola McEwen from Edinburgh University aimed at the undecided voter, and then join random groups with various opinions to discuss how they all feel about the great Yes-No debate as it reaches it historic climax.
30th June 2014
post by Coree Brown Swan
Are the views of women being heard in the debate on Scotland’s constitutional future? What are the key issues for women when it comes to casting their vote on Scottish independence?
7th May 2014
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Michael Keating and Ailsa Henderson giving evidence at the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee
5th March 2014
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Academics from the Future of the UK and Scotland giving evidence at the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee
17th February 2014
post by Coree Brown Swan
Video coverage is now available from January's Scottish Social Attitudes Survey event, featuring several of our ESRC fellows.  
6th February 2014
post by Michael Keating
Michael Keating giving evidence at the European and External Relations Committee
15th January 2014
post by Coree Brown Swan
The Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID) undertakes research exploring issues of inclusion and diversity in relation to children, young people and adults in education and related areas of policy and practice (including health, social welfare, training and employment).

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