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A great profile of SEN member @CCInitiatives in the @cl_gazette yesterday.Clydesdale Community Initiatives helps people with complex health needs make a meaningful contribution to their local community. Read more below 👇carlukegazette.co.uk…

About 2 hours ago from Senscot's Twitter

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Since 2004, we have accumulated and curated an archive of over 12,000 news articles, comment pieces, academic research and newspaper editorials which relate to social enterprise in Scotland and further afield.

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Bulletin Articles
31st May 2004

The agony and ecstasy of social enterprise’s boom

The agony and ecstasy of social enterprise's boom 31.05.04 While the social enterprise sector is enjoying a wave of popularity, start-ups are under real pressure to succeed. And greater scrutiny …
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Bulletin Articles
31st May 2004

The agony and ecstasy of social enterprise’s boom

The agony and ecstasy of social enterprise's boom   31.05.04     While the social enterprise sector is enjoying a wave of popularity, start-ups are under real pressure to succeed. And g…
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Senscot Bulletin
28th May 2004

Senscot Bulletin 28-05-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 230, FRIDAY 28th MAY 2004   Dear members and friends,   It's a small enough risk - missing your blood pressure pills - but last Wednesday was my first time - ha…
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Bulletin Articles
28th May 2004

Fund chief’s parting shot at CDFIs

Fund chief’s parting shot at CDFIs   28.05.04     One of the UK's leading pioneers of community finance announced his retirement this week and issued a parting warning that the fledgl…
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Bulletin Articles
28th May 2004

Poor suffer most from pollution

Poor suffer most from pollution   28.05.04     Environmentalists and political parties would secure wider public support if they were more effective at linking environmental issues to…
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Bulletin Articles
28th May 2004

Business figureheads urge Scotland PLC to feel the need for speed

Business figureheads urge Scotland PLC to feel the need for speed   28.05.04     Leading Scottish business figures have joined forces to issue a stark warning that companies not embraci…
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Bulletin Articles
28th May 2004

The Thread

The Thread     Jamie made his landing in the world so hard he ploughed straight back into the earth. They caught him by the thread of his one breath and pulled him up. They don't know ho…
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Bulletin Articles
28th May 2004

James Cornford – bio

James Cornford   Current activities: Chairman of the Dartington Hall Trust, trustee of the Institute of Community Studies, the School for Social Entrepreneurs, the Foundation for Social Entrepren…
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Bulletin Articles
27th May 2004

How to change the World (Book review)

Book Review  How to Change the World by David Bornstein Oxford University Press 2004   Review by Edward Harkins February 2004        This book is a significant c…
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Bulletin Articles
26th May 2004

Recycling facilities for Island households

Recycling facilities for Island households   26.05.04     Orkney, Shetland and Western Isles Councils are to receive multi-million pound funding to boost recycling.   Almost £15 m…
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Bulletin Articles
26th May 2004

Row over Scottish Enterprise’s social remit

Row over Scottish Enterprise's social remit By Ken Symon and Noel YoungSunday Herald 26.05.04 Enterprise agencies contest role communities should play in economic development The chiefs of Scotland…
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Bulletin Articles
26th May 2004

Scottish Enterprise weighs ‘orderly handover’ of non-…

Scottish Enterprise weighs 'orderly handover' of non-core activities Terry Murden and Douglas Friedli Scotland on Sunday26.05.04 Scottish Enterprise chief executive Jack Perry has waded back into the…