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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2004

Social Enterprises and LECs: a response (II)

Social Enterprises and LECs: a response (II)   05.03.04   Three weeks ago, we asked whether social enterprises are treated fairly by Local Enterprise Companies (LECs).  Last week we pub…
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2004

Violence against women world campaign

Violence against women world campaign   05.03.04     Women's organisations across Scotland have welcomed today's launch of Amnesty International's new campaign to stop violence against …
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2004

New Champion for Child Poverty Action

New Champion for Child Poverty Action       05.03.04     John Dickie has been appointed head of Scotland operations for the Child Poverty Action Group.   Dickie was…
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2004

To Hell with Good Intentions

To Hell with Good Intentions by Ivan Illich An address by Ivan Illich to the Conference on InterAmerican Student Projects (CIASP) in Cuernavaca, Mexico, on April 20, 1968. In his usual biting and so…
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2004

“Buy-Back” affordable housing solution

'Buy-Back' affordable housing solution   05.03.04      In Senscot Bulletin No. 217 (Friday 27th February 2004) we reported on calls for Scottish communities to be given powers to c…
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2004

Social Enterprises and LECs: a response (II)

Social Enterprises and LECs: a response (II)   05.03.04     Three weeks ago, we asked whether social enterprises are treated fairly by Local Enterprise Companies (LECs).  Last week…
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Senscot Bulletin
5th March 2004

Senscot Bulletin 05-03-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER’S BULLETIN No. 218, FRIDAY 5th MARCH 2004   Dear members and friends,   My pal Jaime phones - he’s off to view an old mill for sale near Ronda.  Out Saturday - ba…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd March 2004

Land value tax is a canny solution to the cash crisis

Land value tax is a canny solution to the cash crisis   Richard Garlick Editorial Regeneration & Renewal 27.02.04     As Tim Williams pointed out in these pages a few weeks ago, it…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd March 2004

Proposals could benefit Scottish renewables

Proposals could benefit Scottish renewables   02.03.04     Deputy Enterprise Minister Lewis Macdonald today welcomed progress in implementing proposals to benefit Scottish renewables de…