Scotland Europa is a membership-based organisation that promotes Scotland's interests across the institutions of the European Union and to the representatives of Europe’s regions and Member States.

We help Scottish organisations foster successful European relationships, providing guidance on European policies and funding.

In addition Scotland House provides excellent conference centre facilities, offering an ideal location for hosting events with both Scottish and European focus.

Latest Updates

  • By Matthew Broadbent

VisitScotland is leading a coordinated partnership response to the impact of COVID-19 on the tourism industry

VisitScotland is leading a coordinated partnership response to the impact of COVID-19 on the tourism industry.

  • By Hilary Webb

ERRIN welcomes Sarah English as the new Network Chair

Yesterday, the ERRIN Management Board selected Sarah English (Scotland Europa) as the new network Chair. She has been a member of the ERRIN Management Board since 2014 and served as a Vice-Chair for the last three years. The Troika is now composed of Sarah English, Lars Holte Nielsen and Hortense Lutz-Hermellin who will continue to collaborate in their efforts to support the Board and secretariat in taking the network forward.

  • By Philip Piatkiewicz

Harnessing Digital Innovation Solutions - Rising to Public Sector Challenges

CivTech® is the Scottish Government’s flagship innovation programme to harness digital innovation in public services. It brings together private sector innovation, public sector organisations and citizens to develop more efficient and effective products and services, which translate to new, better, faster and easier experiences for everyone. 

  • By Hilary Webb

A greener, more resilient and more inclusive recovery beyond the COVID-19 crisis

Scotland House is to host an event to mark the publication of Scotland's Advisory Group on Economic Recovery's recent report 'Towards a Robust, Resilient Wellbeing Economy for Scotland'. 

  • By Hilary Webb

EWRC session: Circular economy in the Artic industries: Solutions for a green Europe

This session at the European Week of Regions and Cities will showcase initiatives from regions in or close to the Artic already on the move towards a climate-neutrarl economy. Four different projects and approaches will be presented as examples to demonstrate how future EU policy could contribute to using the potential of the circular economy in industries.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Sustainable Tourism Growth in a Changing Climate

As part of the celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of Scotland House Brussels, St Andrew’s Lecture will take place in honour of Scotland's patron saint. St Andrew's Day is a celebration of Scotland as a diverse, innovative and welcoming nation w