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Senscot Bulletin
22nd April 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 22-04-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 275, FRIDAY 22nd April 2005   (Going out weekly to over 2500; searchable archive of bulletins at web-site, www.senscot.net)   Dear members and friends,   …
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Bulletin Articles
22nd April 2005

The source of inspiration

The source of inspiration   Michael Cross 21.04.05   Government should look to the open source movement for more than its software, an influential think tank said yesterday. Wide Open, a p…
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22nd April 2005

Power from the people

Power from the people   Alasdair Gray 21.04.05   Social optimism was a family tradition. After fighting in the first world war, my dad worked until the second cutting cardboard boxes in a …
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21st April 2005

A planet on the brink

A planet on the brink   By Rowan Williams Independent on Sunday 17.04.05   The Archbishop of Canterbury warns that the price of our continued failure to protect the earth will be violence an…
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21st April 2005

Executive considers URC status for Irvine

Executive considers URC status for Irvine   20.04.05     Plans are under way for an urban regeneration company in one of the most deprived areas of Scotland.   North Ayrshire Coun…
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21st April 2005

Fifteen: it’s the magic number.

Fifteen: it’s the magic number.   Social Enterprise magazine  20.04.05   After swapping leadership of one of Britain’s top social enterprises for a high profile role in the restaura…
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21st April 2005

Gentrification: how was is for you?

Gentrification: how was it for you?   Mandy Richards  20.04.05   I moved into my apartment overlooking Newington Green in 2000. The green was pretty grotty back then, but I had chosen …
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21st April 2005

A blessing in disguise

A blessing in disguise Edward Helmore 20.04.05 It used to be that the environmentalists were on the left and the evangelical churches on the right of the political spectrum. But in what…
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21st April 2005

Charities decry lottery funding of school meals plan

Charities decry lottery funding of school meals plan   Annie Kelly 21.04.05   A row has broken out over the proposed use of £45m of lottery money to fund the government's programme to imp…
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20th April 2005

Cities targeted by Scottish Enterprise

Cities targeted by Scottish Enterprise    Regeneration & Renewal  15.04.05   The agency's proposals, published as part of its operating plan for the next three years, are desi…
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20th April 2005

Community groups told to use assets to build influence

Community groups told to use assets to build influence   by Julian Dobson 20.04.05     Community organisations need to forge links with housing associations to build the financial clout…
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20th April 2005

Long-term funding pledge to voluntary sector

Long-term funding pledge to voluntary sector   Regeneration & Renewal 15.04.05   Voluntary and community sector groups in Northern Ireland have been promised long-term funding support …