Scotland was amongst the first to sign up to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Click here to learn what the Scotland Malawi Partnership is doing to help implement these 'Global Goals' in Scotland.
In May 2017 we took our pop-up Global Goals exhibition to the Scottish Parliament for a week to encourage MSPs to get involved.
Around 100 of Scotland's 129 MSPs came to our exhibition to learn about Malawi links in their constituency , find out about the Global Goals, and pledge their support to champion one specific Global Goal in Parliament.
All the five Party Leaders were quick to be involved, as was the Presiding Officer, the Deputy Presiding Officers, Cabinet Secretaries and Ministers, and dozens of MSPs from each party.
We're inspired and grateful for this overwhelming message of support for the Scotland Malawi Partnership and the UN's Global Goals from Scotland's elected members
Check out the photos and videos below of Scotland's 129 MSPs supporting the Global Goals.
Nicola Sturgeon MSP
First Minister for Scotland
"Giving everybody the best chance in life is so important wherever in the world you live."
Ruth Davidson MSP
Leader of the Scottish Conservative party
"We need to make sure infant mortality is brought down and that we've got the best start in life for young people in Malawi."
Kezia Dugdale MSP
Leader of the Scottish Labour party
Willie Rennie MSP
Leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrat party
"Investing in education to give every child and adult right across the world the opportunity to succeed."
Patrick Harvie MSP
Co-convenor of the Scottish Green party
"If people can't live in peace and security how can we expect them to build stronger communities and transition towards renewables."
John Finnie MSP
Christina McKelvie MSP
Jenny Gilruth MSP
Neil Bibby MSP
Fiona Hyslop MSP
John Scott MSP
Reece Harding MSYP
Angus MacDonald MSP
James Dornan MSP
Monica Lennon MSP