Over the past few months a number of world leaders have felt compelled to comment on the independence debate in Scotland and the UK.
Mark Shephard, University of Strathclyde suggests that Federalism could save the Union, but then again, so might independence…
Regular readers of this website will have noticed the development of our Guide to the Debate – short, accessible presentations of
Alan Convery welcomes participants who would like to join our free #indyref online course.
As commentators pore over last night’s leaders’ debate, Professor Nicola McEwen reflects on the unprecedented level of citizen engagement in communities across Scotland.
Brad MacKay introduces a short film which presents two stories – two possible scenarios of any number of different possibilities.
The Future of the UK and Scotland academics took centre stage at last weekend's festival of politics.
Writing at the
Women are less likely than men to say they will vote Yes to Scottish independence this September. This paper uses data from the Scottish Social Attitudes survey (SSA) to explore this ‘gender gap’.
In a previous ScotCen briefing it was shown that a third of all respondents to the 2013 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2013 had not decided which way to vote in the referendum.