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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon: keynote address

Public talks / Video / Online

 -  | GMT Standard Time

RSA House and online

  • Democracy and governance
  • Environment
  • Leadership

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reflects on her time in office, and leadership lessons learned through an era of unprecedented challenge and change.

In her final public event as Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon reflects on an extraordinary career in public life.

At the RSA, she’ll share thoughts on what shaped and sustained her during her premiership, as leader of an ambitious small nation taking a progressive agenda to the world stage, during a period of complex national and global challenges.

From Covid to climate emergency, the First Minister will speak frankly about her record, her legacy, and what gives her hope for the future.

Join us for an unmissable insight into what it takes to lead a nation.

*Places at this event are limited, please ensure you have selected the correct ticket type to avoid any disappointment*

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