The Scottish Parliament's think-tank

Scotland 2030 Programme

As the Scottish Parliament's think-tank, Scotland's Futures Forum looks beyond the electoral cycle to stimulate debate on the long-term challenges and opportunities that Scotland faces.

Our major programme for the fifth session of the Scottish Parliament has been the Scotland 2030 Programme, an exploration of Scotland's culture and society and our aspirations for 2030 and beyond.

Our report aims to capture the key issues that emerged from our work and some important questions for the next 10 years. It also outlines a selection of the creative suggestions that have been shared during our events, with 10 ideas for 2030. Most of all, we hope that it encourages everyone - Members of the Scottish Parliament and the people they serve - to take a positive view of our shared future. Read more about the Scotland 2030 Programme

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About Scotland’s Futures Forum

Scotland’s Futures Forum is the Scottish Parliament’s futures think-tank. It works on a non-party basis to promote research and to stimulate debate on the long-term challenges and opportunities that Scotland faces, with the aim of informing MSPs and others and enabling them to consider the effects of decisions taken today on Scotland’s long-term future.

Looking beyond the five-year electoral cycle and away from party politics, the Futures Forum seeks to bring fresh perspectives, ideas and creativity on how we might prepare now for the future. It hosts discussions and seminars and presents ideas to engage Scotland’s parliamentarians and challenge their thinking.

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If you would like to be kept informed of the work Scotland’s Futures Forum, you can join our mailing list.

We use the mailing to send messages about upcoming events and other work that may be of interest. We send a couple of emails a month at most. We ask only for your name and email address, and we never share your information with anyone else.

If you would like to sign up, please email: ScotlandsFuturesForum@parliament.scot.