Robert Rae on social innovation and localism
Posted on 17-01-2009

 Robert describes the need to engage the resources of people affected by issues that impact on policy.

 

Robert Rae

Scotland's Futures Forum Director

Location: Edinburgh

Robert Rae is Director of Scotland's Futures Forum, a non party political organisation owned by the Scottish Parliament's Corporate Body. Its role is to promote long term strategic thinking within the Parliament and further afield. Robert led the Forum's recent alcohol and drugs project as well as other futures work around an ageing society and…

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