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Title: Challenges for Holyrood 2021
Author(s): Rummery, Kirstein
Contact Email: kirstein.rummery@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: 20-Nov-2020
Citation: Rummery K (2020) Challenges for Holyrood 2021. IPPR Progressive Review. https://doi.org/10.1111/newe.12214
Abstract: First paragraph: The Scottish government was founded with a vision of social justice underpinning its aims and methods. Donald Dewar, one of its architects and the first Labour party first minister in Scotland, claimed that the Scottish parliament was “committed to promoting social justice and equality of opportunity for everyone in Scotland”. His vision was echoed by the Scottish national party’s (SNP) first minister in 2012 when launching the campaign for independence in the 2014 referendum, that “Scotland could be a beacon for progressive opinion, addressing policy challenges which reflect the universal values of fairness”. One of the first strategy papers published in 1999 outlined a vision of cooperative policymaking to address social justice and poverty.
DOI Link: 10.1111/newe.12214
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