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18th June 2004

What is charity?

What is charity?   It's time to start thinking about who gets charitable status, says Luke FitzHerbert   09.06.04 The Guardian   Should 'private' schools and hospitals charging fees …
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Bulletin Articles
17th June 2004

Healing the air

Healing the air   We have the capacity to live in harmony with our planet, but we need a rapid, massive and global awakening at a personal level if we wish to avoid self-destruction.   Anton…
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Bulletin Articles
17th June 2004

Call to empower neighbourhoods

Call to empower neighbourhoods   Patrick Wintour 17.06.04   Community groups should take on some of the powers of town halls to reinvigorate local government, two ministers have proposed. …
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Bulletin Articles
15th June 2004

Beyond science, behind spirit.

Beyond science, behind spirit.   Peter Russell from Resurgence issue 220     Science and spirituality have never made easy bedfellows. Their views on the nature of things often seem to …
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Bulletin Articles
14th June 2004

Newspaper alleges £100m of Scottish assets are missing

Newspaper alleges £100m of Scottish assets are missing   09.06.04     The Scottish charity sector is bracing itself for a summer of damaging press coverage after a Sunday newspaper cla…
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Bulletin Articles
14th June 2004

The Need For Dissent

The Need For Dissent   Radicalism is more necessary than ever before.   George Monbiot Resurgence issue 210     If Osama Bin Laden did not exist, it would be necessary to invent h…
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Senscot Bulletin
11th June 2004

Senscot Bulletin 11-06-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 232, FRIDAY 11th JUNE 2004   Dear members and friends,   20 months without a drink brings changes.  Former drinking buddies have gone.  'You're not…
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11th June 2004

Reassuringly expensive

Reassuringly expensive   Seven years and £431m on, Scotland's new parliament is a construction to rival the Forth rail bridge, writes Jonathan Glancey Society Guardian   31.05.04   …
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Bulletin Articles
11th June 2004

Chief of Scottish Executive’s Voluntary Issues Unit moves on

Chief of Scottish Executive's Voluntary Issues Unit moves on     11.06.04   This Week Neville Mackay announced he is to change jobs and head the Scottish Public Pensions Agency in Galas…
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Bulletin Articles
11th June 2004

Scots councils fight to save community planning pilots

Scots councils fight to save community planning pilots   11.06.04     Local authorities in Scotland have pledged to salvage the remnants of a community planning experiment abandoned In …
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Bulletin Articles
10th June 2004

Arts programmes success in regenerating communities

Arts programmes success in regenerating communities   10.06.04     Innovative arts projects are playing a major role in tackling anti-social behaviour and in regenerating communities in…
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Bulletin Articles
10th June 2004

Here’s how to improve your focus

Here's how to improve your focus   10.06.04 New Start magazine     Do you know how well your project's doing? Cathy Sharp explains how to get to grips with monitoring and evaluation &nb…